The national airline of the Sultanate of Oman, Oman Air, recently opened a new lounge reserved for Business and First Class passengers in the Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, Thailand.
The lounge can be found in a convenient location on the second floor where the G and E concourses meet in the International terminal. The lounge will be open to First and Business Class passenger flying with Oman Air. Passengers can expect the same “award winning” service which they receive when flying on their aircraft.
Work, Rest, Relax
The newly designed lounge can service 40 passengers in the utmost luxury, including a complete business center with private booths which offer free broadband and WiFi connections to the internet.
When the passengers are not working they are welcome to both hot and cold snacks which will be offered according to traditional Arabic style cuisine and oriental offerings prepared under the strict supervision of the chef of the Dusit Thani Hotel in Bangkok.
Happy to Open Lounge
Ahmed Hazeem al Balushi, the district sales manager for Oman Air said at the official opening ceremony that,
“I am very happy to open this wonderful lounge, which comes in our new design. We have focused on the needs of our customers; furthermore the new lounge at Suvarnabhumi International Airport provides our premium guests with ideal conditions for a relaxed stay before their departure. Just like our customers, we waited eagerly for this day.”
Improving Customer Service
The general manager of catering for Oman Air, Aaron Claxton said,
“The opening of this new lounge is a testament of Oman Air’s continual strides in providing its passenger with a seamless travel experience offering “5-star” services and traditional Omani hospitality from the moment they enter the lounge in Bangkok. The lounge has been designed with particular consideration to offering a tranquil and calming oasis while still retaining many of the features of its flagship lounge which opened in Muscat in January 2011.”