Qantas to revamp its domestic lounge precinct at Adelaide Airport


Qantas is upgrading its domestic lounge precinct at Adelaide Airport with a full refurbishment of the current Qantas Club and Chairmans Lounge to begin this month.

The fit out of the Qantas Club is expected to open in mid-November, ahead of the new Domestic Business Lounge welcoming its first customers in mid-2025.


While the footprint of the lounge space will remain the same, through the redesign of currently under-utilised spaces, the total seating capacity will increase by more than 10 per cent.

“Our local design philosophy means the new Adelaide Lounge Precinct will celebrate the best of South Australia,” said Phil Capps, Qantas executive manager for product and service.

“From the furnishing and artworks through to the premium food and beverages we want to give our customers a taste of South Australia every time they fly with us. Our customers can also expect to see more of the features they’ve told us they value the most.


“We’re installing extra seating throughout the precinct to provide more space to work and around 80 per cent of seats will have access to power stations and device ports so customers can easily charge up before their flight.”

Throughout the construction phase, the existing Qantas Club will continue to operate for eligible customers one hour prior to the first Qantas operated service until the last departure.

A ‘Grab and Go’ offering with premium breakfast options and barista coffee will be available during busy morning peak travel times if the lounges reach capacity.