Cathay Pacific Airways Lounge

The second Cathay Pacific lounge at Hong Kong International Airport is long, low and fully enclosed, somewhat different from the first facility, The Wing, which ‘floats’ in the triple height space of the airport terminal building itself.

The interior comprises two sections – one for First Class passengers, the other for those in Business - with a connecting corridor allowing those in First to use iconic Business Class facilities such as the Long Bar and the Noodle Bar, if they desire. Planning is crisp and rectilinear, with maximum advantage made of dramatic views to the airport runways. Lighting is subdued and programmable, in keeping with the overall relaxed mood.

Passenger entry from the concourse at Level 6, above, is achieved via escalators to individual First or Business Class reception spaces. Each lounge is provided with its own kitchen and vertical links to services at the Level 4 tarmac below.

The palette of stone, sustainable timbers and natural fibres was also employed at sister lounges based on the design of this space, in Seoul, Bangkok and Taipei.

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The second Cathay Pacific lounge at Hong Kong International Airport is long, low and fully enclosed, somewhat different from the first facility, The Wing, which ‘floats’ in the triple height space of the airport terminal building itself.

The interior comprises two sections – one for First Class passengers, the other for those in Business - with a connecting corridor allowing those in First to use iconic Business Class facilities such as the Long Bar and the Noodle Bar, if they desire. Planning is crisp and rectilinear, with maximum advantage made of dramatic views to the airport runways. Lighting is subdued and programmable, in keeping with the overall relaxed mood.

Passenger entry from the concourse at Level 6, above, is achieved via escalators to individual First or Business Class reception spaces. Each lounge is provided with its own kitchen and vertical links to services at the Level 4 tarmac below.

The palette of stone, sustainable timbers and natural fibres was also employed at sister lounges based on the design of this space, in Seoul, Bangkok and Taipei.