British Airways Reopens Lagos Lounge After Renovation

June 2, 2024
British Airways Lagos Lounge

By Dipo Olowookere

After undergoing rehabilitation for six months, the luxurious Lagos lounge of British Airways has been reopened by the management to the delight of customers and passengers of the elite airline operator.

The lounge is open to customers travelling in Club World (business) and first, as well as Silver and Gold Executive Club Members.

The new facility boasts a self-serve dining area with a wide selection of freshly made dishes for travelling catching an evening flight to London.

The food and drink menu offers a range of Nigerian classics and British-inspired dishes which will change regularly.

In addition, customers can pull up a chair at a newly built bar where a bartender will serve drinks, including cocktails, wine, and soft drinks. Champagne and canapes will also be offered to customers.

It was gathered that the space has been cleverly designed to give passengers more room to enjoy an upgraded food and beverage experience, allowing them to relax, dine or work in a premium space, while also proudly exhibiting local art from Akoje Gallery.

Following significant investment, the airline has created zones throughout the 360 square metres of space to cater for different customers’ needs.

“We’re focused on investing in the entire customer journey, not just on board.  For many of our customers, lounges are an important part of their experience, and the re-design of our Lagos lounge is a key part of our transformation strategy across our lounges around the world.

“We’re delighted to open our doors to this stunning lounge in Lagos and we’re confident customers will enjoy spending time in this cleverly created space,” the Chief Customer Officer of British Airways, Calum Laming, said.

“We are honoured to partner with British Airways and give local Nigerian artists the chance to showcase their talents in the brand-new Lagos Lounge.

“We hope British Airways passengers enjoy the immersion in Nigerian culture and the artists’ contribution to their local art community,” Khalil Akar of The Akoje Gallery stated.

Dipo Olowookere

Dipo Olowookere is a journalist based in Nigeria that has passion for reporting business news stories. At his leisure time, he watches football and supports 3SC of Ibadan.

Mr Olowookere can be reached via [email protected]

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