James Hogan is joined in a ribbon-cutting ceremony by Hareb Almuhairy, senior vice president, corporate and international affairs; Martin Drew, senior vice president, The Americas; and Etihad Airways cabin crew.
Etihad Airways has announced the opening of its First and Business Class Lounge at JFK International Airport, New York.
The lounge, the second in the US to join the airline’s collection of premium lounges offered worldwide for its guests, was officially opened by James Hogan, president and CEO of Etihad Airways.
The lounge is located close to the gate area after the security checkpoint in JFK’s International Terminal 4.
“The opening of Etihad Airways’ new First and Business Class Lounge at New York’s JFK International Airport reinforces our commitment to investing in the travel experience and providing our guests with the highest levels of comfort, luxury and world-class hospitality at every point in their travel journey – on the ground and in the air,” Hogan said.
The airline’s new JFK lounge, which enhances its global lounge facilities in Abu Dhabi, Frankfurt, London Heathrow, Manchester, Dublin, Paris, Sydney and Washington, DC, is designed with the “Facets of Abu Dhabi” brand theme and exclusively offers guests of Etihad Airways a “series of signature moments of discovery and relaxation throughout the space”, according to a statement.
Amenities include a sculptural showcase bar and lounge with an extensive and bespoke cocktail and mocktail offering. In the lounge’s dining area, guests can select from a choice of a la carte and international buffet options.
Guests travelling in The Residence by Etihad, First Apartments or Business Studios have access to the lounge pre-flight. A private lounge is accessible exclusively to guests travelling The Residence by Etihad, complementing the private luxury offered with this service in-flight.
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