Qatar Airways has reopened its Premium lounge at Paris CDG airport.
The facility is located before security within the airport’s Terminal 1, and offers more than 1,000 sqm of space, with a capacity for over 200 guests.
The lounge originally opened in early 2017, before closing shortly after the onset of Covid-19.
The reopening of the lounge follows the return to service of Paris CDG’s Terminal 1 in December.
Features include F&B options The Brasserie and The Global Deli, as well as shower facilities, a business centre, two terraces and a prayer room.
The lounge is open to Qatar Airways and Oneworld first and business class ticketed revenue customers, with no paid-for access available.
The airline currently operates 18 flights per week between Doha and Paris CDG.
The reopening of the Paris Premium lounge follows the gradual resumption of operations at the carrier’s other international lounges, including Bangkok in November last year.
In September Qatar Airways also opened a new Frequent Flyer lounge at Heathrow Terminal 4, located below the carrier’s existing Premium lounge.
Commenting on the news Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker, said:
“This milestone illustrates our focus on continuous product enhancements. The re-opening of the Qatar Airways Premium Lounge at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, marks our fifth global lounge within our growing network.
“This further demonstrates our commitment to providing unparalleled services to our customers, especially in France.”