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QantasLink commits to Brisbane with new lounge

first_imgImage Source: Australian Aviation Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T QantasLink has opened a new, modern lounge facility at the gate for customers at Brisbane’s Domestic Terminal, displaying its commitment to the Queensland capital and travel gateway.QantasLink executive manager John Gissing said the gate lounge is a symbol of the strength the airline has garnered from the growing domestic market in recent years.“QantasLink is committed to Brisbane as it is the gateway to 13 QantasLink destinations in Queensland which support the state’s booming resource sector and world class tourism destinations.”Qantas has spent over $4 million to deliver a “state of the art facility which will provide customers with a premium QantasLink experience from the ground up,” according to Mr Gissing.Access to two additional boarding gates, an easy-to-locate customer service desk and seating for 150 guests are the highlighted features of the new lounge in Brisbane.A new QantasLink ground team will service the new lounge.“QantasLink’s new gate lounge is conveniently located in close proximity to Qantas’ premium Business and Qantas Club lounges as well as the terminals cafes and retailers.”The Minister for transport and main roads Scott Emerson is pleased the new lounge is providing the state with 250 new jobs.“It is great to see one of Australia’s most iconic brands investing in our state’s future by providing employment opportunities as well as a premium product at our major transport and tourism gateway, Brisbane Domestic Airport,” Mr Emerson said.QantasLink is also celebrating being named ‘Regional Airline of the Year 2012’ by launching a new element to its aircraft livery.“QantasLink is proud to be Air Transport World’s Regional Airline of the Year 2012. This award recognised our team of services professionals who are dedicated to connecting regional Australians to our nation’s capital cities and beyond,” Mr Gissing said.The new award livery will be introduced across QantasLink’s fleet and will remain intact for the next six months.last_img read more