Japan Airlines (JAL) is set to welcome passengers to its renovated Sakura Lounge at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Thailand on March 1.
The new space was redesigned with the goal of creating a high quality and stylish setting, which is being implemented across JAL’s international lounges in Japan. The lounge now boasts revamped shower suites and a smoking area, as well as new menus provided by Japanese restaurant Nippon Tei.
A new carry-on baggage area with digital numeric locks, extensive food and beverage offerings, and power outlets and USB ports at each seat are just some of the improved functions to increase passenger comfort.
Written by Kirstie Pickering