British Airways Opens Redesigned Lounge in San Francisco

Jul 10, 2019

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British Airways has started welcoming passengers into its newly renovated lounge in San Francisco. The refreshed space boasts a modernized design, open space and upgraded amenities for first- and business-class passengers.

CALIFORNIA, USA:Refreshed British Airways lounge at San Francisco international airport on 03 July 2019 (Picture by Nick Morrish/British Airways)
Photo courtesy of Nick Morrish/British Airways.

BA said the new lounge follows a similar design to the carrier’s refurbished lounge at New York JFK, with floor-to-ceiling windows for natural light and a large granite bar.

CALIFORNIA, USA:Refreshed British Airways lounge at San Francisco international airport on 03 July 2019 (Picture by Nick Morrish/British Airways)
Photo courtesy of Nick Morrish/British Airways.

First-class passengers will have access to an exclusive “Boutique Dining” area for additional seating and internationally inspired meals.

Photo courtesy of Nick Morrish/British Airways.

All passengers in the lounge have access to a deli bar with hot and cold food options.

Nick Morrish/British Airways
Photo courtesy of Nick Morrish/British Airways.

For comfort and productivity alike, 80% of seats in the lounge have access to power outlets, and the area is equipped with wireless printing for passenger use.

There’s also a jetway for passengers to board flights departing directly from the lounge. Visitors have access to showers and high speed Wi-Fi.

CALIFORNIA, USA:Refreshed British Airways lounge at San Francisco international airport on 03 July 2019 (Picture by Nick Morrish/British Airways)
Photo courtesy of Nick Morrish/British Airways.

The updated BA lounge can be found in SFO’s International Terminal. It is currently open to first- and business-class passengers flying on British Airways and Iberia Airlines as well as to eligible Oneworld passengers and BA passengers with with Sapphire and Emerald Oneworld status.

CALIFORNIA, USA:Refreshed British Airways lounge at San Francisco international airport on 03 July 2019 (Picture by Nick Morrish/British Airways)
Photo courtesy of Nick Morrish/British Airways.

If you want to see more of the refreshed lounge design, BA has created a 3D tour of the updated space, or you can stop in next time you’re flying through San Francisco.

Featured photo courtesy of Nick Morrish/British Airways.

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