Qantas airport lounges to reopen from July 1 in time for mid-year school holidays

Qantas airport lounges to reopen from July 1 in time for mid-year school holidays

As travel and venue restrictions continue to ease, Qantas has announced it will reopen its domestic airport lounges across Australia from tomorrow.
The first stage of openings will see the more exclusive Qantas Business Lounges open their doors to all travellers – including Qantas Club members and gold-level frequent flyers.
There are however strict capacity limits on the number of guests allowed at any time to comply with state-specific restrictions on gatherings.
Qantas lounges will reopen from July 1 in all jurisdiction except Victoria and Queensland. (Supplied: Qantas)
Qantas Chief Customer Officer, Stephanie Tully, said the company was confident in its decision and will continue to assess the situation.
"This is a new world for everyone as we introduce and evolve our services to the new travel climate, but we're very confident that we can make this work well for our people and our customers," Ms Tully said.
"Some initiatives will become the norm while others such as capacity restrictions will ease as time goes on."

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While patrons won't be treated to the company's signature buffet service, the organisation has not ruled out its return when restrictions ease in the future.
The airline closed its domestic and international lounges on March 23, as a result of government enforced restrictions that shut down the majority of domestic and international travel.
Queensland and Victoria lounges are scheduled for progressive reopening from July 10 as current gathering restrictions are eased.
The announcement comes just in time for the first weekend of the mid-year school holidays.
Just last week the company announced it would need to cut 6,000 jobs and keep 15,000 stood down in bid to survive the coronavirus downturn.
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Source : 9news.com.au

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