Emirates, which has resumed operations on more than 90% of its pre-pandemic network, plans to reopen 20 airport lounges by the end of February 2022, increasing the total number of operational lounges worldwide to 120.
In the UK, airlines plan to reopen London Heathrow, Birmingham and Manchester lounges by the end of this month, while London Gatwick Airport and Glasgow lounges will continue in January.
In Europe, the Emirates lounges in Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Dusseldorf, as well as the lounges in Milan and Rome are already in operation. The Paris lounge is scheduled to open at the end of this month.
In the United States, Emirates travelers will have access to the Los Angeles International Airport, Boston Logan International Airport, and New York JFK lounges, and Emirates’ San Francisco lounge will be reopened in February 2022.
The additional Emirates Lounge, which serves passengers traveling in Cairo, has previously reopened. The Colombo and Bangkok lounges will be reopening soon.
Terminal 3 – At Dubai International Airport, 5 private lounges are fully functional.
At Concourse B in Terminal 3, both the Emirates First Class and Business Class lounges have been reopened in full service.
Emirates’ first and business class lounges in Concourse A have also reopened in the East Wing. The lounge will reopen for customers in the West Wing within a few weeks. In addition, plans are underway to ensure that the two Concourse C lounges are fully operational by early next year.
In addition to the Emirates lounge experience in Dubai and some airports throughout the network, First Class and Business Class passengers, as well as Emirates Skywards Platinum and Gold members, have access to 96 partner lounges throughout the network, plus 15 partner lounges will be added soon.
All Emirates lounges have reopened after rigorous health and safety measures have been taken to ensure the health of passengers.
https://gulfbusiness.com/emirates-to-reopen-20-airport-lounges-across-its-network/ Emirates reopens 20 airport lounges across its network