Brussels Airlines Debuts New Lounge, The Suite

By Jesse Sokolow on 23 May 2016
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The Loft, a Brussels Airlines lounge

The Loft, the airline’s lounge in Terminal A

Brussels Airlines announced the opening of a new lounge at Brussels Airport. The lounge, named the Suite, is located in Terminal B of the airport, where Brussels Airlines operates short- and medium-haul flights to various non-Schengen destinations such as Moscow, Tel Aviv, the United Kingdom, and Morocco, as well as flights to the United States and Canada.

The Suite is decorated with copies of works from Belgian surrealist artist René Magritte. Dining options include a buffet, and guests can sample different Belgian beers.

The new lounge offers passengers different sections, including a reading area with newspapers and magazines, a working area, and a quiet zone.

The Suite can accommodate up to 160 travelers, and it can be expanded to accommodate an additional 100 during peak hours.

The lounge is open to business-class passengers on Brussels Airlines and other Star Alliance airlines, members of various airline clubs including United’s and Air Canada’s, Senator, Hon Circle, and Frequent Traveller members of Lufthansa’s Miles and More frequent flyer program, and those with Star Alliance Gold status.

The new Brussels Airlines lounge complements the carrier’s other lounge, named the Loft, located in Terminal A of the airport.

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