The new lounge area, which opened its doors this week beside the airline’s existing Prestige lounge, provides an extra 160 seats for business travellers, as well as tailored amenities including a dining room for large groups, individual shower booths and a powder room and sleeping area for women.
Korean Air’s business travellers passing through the airline’s Seoul Incheon hub can access the Prestige lounge on the fourth floor in the Passenger Departure building.
Korea’s national carrier continues to seeks ways to differentiate its brand and service through innovation.
It recently rolled out its first A380, which boasts the world’s first physical duty free shop onboard an airline.
While Japan’s ANA also offers a unique in-flight experience of sorts for passengers with a bidet toilet that will feature onboard its new Dreamliner 787.