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Qantas opens new Karratha lounge

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 18, 2017

Qantas has opened a new Regional Lounge at Karratha Airport. The 80-seat lounge is located airside on the upper level of the terminal building.

Like other Qantas Regional and Qantas Club lounges the new Karratha lounge was designed by Woods Bagot.

Features of the lounge include two pieces of Indigenous artwork by local West Australian artist Jukuja Dolly Snell and floor to ceiling windows with a view of the airport tarmac.

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With 43 flights a week to Perth, Karratha is Qantas’s second busiest port in Western Australia.

2 Comments

  • Rodney Marinkovic

    says:

    My Last landing on Karratha Airport, was 1976. Witk MMA, Fokker F28.
    So big changes,

  • Bradley Ashworth

    says:

    Wow… there is an upper level!!!!!
    Memories of the phone box that was the lounge previously!!!!

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Qantas opens new Karratha lounge

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 18, 2017

Qantas has opened a new Regional Lounge at Karratha Airport. The 80-seat lounge is located airside on the upper level of the terminal building.

Like other Qantas Regional and Qantas Club lounges the new Karratha lounge was designed by Woods Bagot.

Features of the lounge include two pieces of Indigenous artwork by local West Australian artist Jukuja Dolly Snell and floor to ceiling windows with a view of the airport tarmac.

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With 43 flights a week to Perth, Karratha is Qantas’s second busiest port in Western Australia.

2 Comments

  • Rodney Marinkovic

    says:

    My Last landing on Karratha Airport, was 1976. Witk MMA, Fokker F28.
    So big changes,

  • Bradley Ashworth

    says:

    Wow… there is an upper level!!!!!
    Memories of the phone box that was the lounge previously!!!!

Leave a Comment

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Qantas opens new Karratha lounge

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 18, 2017

Qantas has opened a new Regional Lounge at Karratha Airport. The 80-seat lounge is located airside on the upper level of the terminal building.

Like other Qantas Regional and Qantas Club lounges the new Karratha lounge was designed by Woods Bagot.

Features of the lounge include two pieces of Indigenous artwork by local West Australian artist Jukuja Dolly Snell and floor to ceiling windows with a view of the airport tarmac.

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Advertisement

With 43 flights a week to Perth, Karratha is Qantas’s second busiest port in Western Australia.

2 Comments

  • Rodney Marinkovic

    says:

    My Last landing on Karratha Airport, was 1976. Witk MMA, Fokker F28.
    So big changes,

  • Bradley Ashworth

    says:

    Wow… there is an upper level!!!!!
    Memories of the phone box that was the lounge previously!!!!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Qantas opens new Karratha lounge

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 18, 2017

Qantas has opened a new Regional Lounge at Karratha Airport. The 80-seat lounge is located airside on the upper level of the terminal building.

Like other Qantas Regional and Qantas Club lounges the new Karratha lounge was designed by Woods Bagot.

Features of the lounge include two pieces of Indigenous artwork by local West Australian artist Jukuja Dolly Snell and floor to ceiling windows with a view of the airport tarmac.

Advertisement
Advertisement

With 43 flights a week to Perth, Karratha is Qantas’s second busiest port in Western Australia.

2 Comments

  • Rodney Marinkovic

    says:

    My Last landing on Karratha Airport, was 1976. Witk MMA, Fokker F28.
    So big changes,

  • Bradley Ashworth

    says:

    Wow… there is an upper level!!!!!
    Memories of the phone box that was the lounge previously!!!!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

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