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SkyTeam opens shared lounge at Heathrow T4 -Times Online
Sky Team the airline grouping that includes Continental Airlines, Delta, KLM and Kenya Airways, opens its first alliance-branded lounge at Heathrow’s Terminal 4 on 4 June.
The 1,600 square metre two-level space is on the site of the old British Airways Concorde lounge, an area vacated by BA when it moved into Terminal 5.
The new lounge, from a flowing concept based on the SkyTeam ribbon logo by Brandimage – Desgrippes & Laga, features a wine bar, a wellness centre with showers, an oxygen bar and full-body massage chairs, an entertainment centre and luggage storage. The lounge is situated opposite gate 10 and will open from 5:30am to 10:30pm.
The food offering is based on the national and regional cuisines of all nine SkyTeam carriers currently serving Heathrow and the menu will change seasonally.
Is there not enough oxygen in the rest of the terminal?
Never been to an oxygen bar before, are they any good?
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