Korean Airlines Lounge at Tokyo Narita Airport

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  1. Dozer

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    The Korean Airlines lounge at Tokyo Narita Airport is located in terminal 1 near gate 26. Open to Priority Pass members, Korean Airlines and SkyTeam premium cabin passengers, the KAL lounge is small but offers a quiet place to relax and be productive before your flight. Though significantly smaller than the United Club near gate 31, I find that the KAL lounge is much less crowded and offers a quieter place to work and relax and the wifi is significantly faster.

    The lounge is one single room with a separate partitioned area for first class passengers. The lounge is bright and modern with plenty of seating and work areas for you to spread out. If you’re looking for some plane spotting, there’s one wall of windows with views of the gates and runway used by Virgin, KAL and other SkyTeam partner airlines. There are a decent amount of electrical outlets to keep your devices powered and connected.

    There’s a single food station with a small offering of sandwiches, crackers, instant noodle soups and other snacks. There’s also a self-serve bar station with a mediocre selection of beers, wines, juices, coffee and sodas. There are no showers facilities available and they do not make any boarding or flight announcements.

    Overall, this lounge is tiny and does not offer any of the amenities that you would expect from a large international carrier. It has more of “contract lounge” feel to it and it’s something that you would expect when flying domestically or for short intra-Asia flights. That being said, the Korean Airlines lounge is actually decent. It’s never crowded and the amenities it does provide are nice.

    http://pursuedadventures.com/lounge-review-korean-airlines-lounge-tokyo-narita-airport/
     
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