Emirates Airlines Reopens Renovated Lounge at Brisbane Airport

Emirates Airlines has reopened its Emirates Lounge at Brisbane Airport on February 3rd, following its renovation.

The renovation is in line with the announcement that the Dubai-Brisbane route, flights EK430/431, will be upped in scale from a Boeing 777-300ER to an Airbus A380 starting October 1st.

The lounge spans 1,108 square meters and can accommodate up to 183 guests. It features a dining area, showers, Wi-Fi, and a prayer room, also directly offering boarding. The dining area serves a buffet of local favorites such as salmon blinis, vegetable jalfrezi, chicken stroganoff, alongside dishes from the Middle East, Asia, and Europe.

Located on the fourth floor of the international terminal, the lounge operates from 5:00 PM to 1:30 AM. It’s available for first and business class passengers and Emirates Skywards top tier members.

Emirates currently operates four lounges at Australian airports, with a total of 30 around the world.

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