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Kyra Lounge opens at Hong Kong International Airport


Kyra Lounge Hong Kong International Airport

Salvaged typhoon-damaged wood has been used to create the central bar


The brand new Kyra Lounge has opened at Hong Kong International Airport and is available to everyone.


Kyra Lounge is located close to gate 23 at terminal one and offers relaxation space and food and drink services for up to 150 passengers. Prices for a lounge pass start from HK$80.00.


Kyra is a new brand that has been developed by lounge and airport services specialist Airport Dimensions, food and beverage operator SSP and hospitality group TFS. This is the first time Airport Dimensions, SSP and TFS have partnered on such a product.


Kyra Lounge will be included as part of the Priority Pass and LoungeKey networks and will also be open to all travellers at Hong Kong airport. Passes can be bought at the lounge or pre-booked online.


The lounge includes a relaxation area, work zones including a sound-proof booth, a bar with cocktails and mocktails developed specifically for Kyra and a dining area offering an international food menu and featuring local street-food favourites like curry fish balls and baked pork chop rice. 


The space makes use of natural light as much as possible and characterful touches include the use of local reclaimed typhoon-damaged wood in the statement central bar area.


Kyra Lounge Hong Kong International Airport

The space makes the most of natural light in its dining and relaxation spaces


The lounge has been welcomed by airport authorities as passenger numbers continue to recover post-pandemic.


“Passenger traffic at HKIA during the recent peaks has recovered to about 80% of pre-pandemic levels and is expected to fully recover by the end of this year,” said Airport Authority Hong Kong’s general manager for Terminal Operations, Wing Yeung. “As our traffic continues to grow, the opening of Kyra Lounge will further elevate the travel experience at HKIA and provide more options for our passengers to unwind, recharge and prepare for their journeys.”


The lounge operates from 6am to midnight and is accessible from level 6 in the Central Concourse. It’s around a five-minute walk from passport control.


For more information or to buy a pass, head online.



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