Cathay Pacific has reopened The Deck lounge, close to Gate 6 in Terminal 1 at Hong Kong International Airport, its home hub.

The Deck joins The Wing, First and The Pier, Business as the Cathay Pacific lounges currently open to guests at the HKIA. Cathay Pacific is also working towards reopening The Pier, First and The Wing, Business within the coming six months as it continues to add more flights to its schedule.

To mark the reopening of The Deck, Cathay Pacific has added a selection of new dishes at The Noodle Bar. Visitors to the lounge can enjoy Hong Kong fish ball rice-noodle soup, poached Chinese vegetables, and a delicious and nourishing Chinese soup alongside familiar favourites such the signature Wonton Noodles, Dan Dan Mien and dim sum. Meanwhile, familiar self-serve international dishes remain on the menu at The Food Hall, the airline said.

As travel resumes, the airline is also progressively reopening its global lounges. The Cathay Pacific Lounge at Tokyo’s Narita International Airport is not only reopening, but also finding a new home. The lounge has relocated to a new space by Gate 71 that is more than twice the size of the previous lounge and offers almost double the number of seats. Together with excellent views of the airport apron, the lounge features new artwork created by local Japanese studios Belle Fleur and the award-winning Arita Porcelain Lab.

Cathay Pacific has also made enhancements to its Bangkok and Manila lounges ahead of their reopening. Both lounges have received a refresh to their interior décor, fixtures and furniture, providing guests with a rejuvenated ambience. This is in addition to the equipment checks and deep cleaning that all lounges undergo before reopening, the airline said.

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