New pay-per-use lounge opens at Changi
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A new lounge has opened at Singapore’s Changi Airport that can be used by all passengers.
The Haven by JetQuay lounge at Changi’s Terminal 3 is a pay-per-use lounge offering shower and sleeping facilities, business services and food and drink counters. It also offers free Wi-Fi. It will be accessible to both arriving and departing passengers, plus those transiting at Changi.
“We anticipate strong demand from various segments. Customers arriving on long-haul flights early in the morning, departing on evening flights or those on long transits will find the services useful. Customers can have the flexibility of paying only for the services required, as well as enjoy the freedom of movement and access to shops and restaurants outside the immigration zone,” Barry Nassberg, group chief operating officer of Worldwide Flight Services, which will operate the lounge.
The 558m² facility is split into lounge and dining areas, and also has a play area for children. There are 18 ‘Nap Rooms’ that can accommodate one adult and one child, plus 13 shower rooms, six toilets, two meeting rooms and a business centre.
The services and facilities are available on a first-come-first-served basis.