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Cape Town In­ter­na­tional Air­port in­ter­na­tional de­par­tures cor­ri­dor next to Gate A3.

The devel­op­ment of this new two-level lounge comes as Emi­rates ramps up ca­pac­ity on flights be­tween Dubai and Cape Town with the launch of its third daily ser­vice. The lounge can ac­com­mo­date up to 123 peo­ple com­fort­ably, and fea­tures a ded­i­cated din­ing area with a choice of bar seat­ing, a busi­ness cen­ter that is equipped with touch-screen work­sta­tions, a TV area, shower suites and a prayer room.

Emi­rates first class and busi­ness class cus­tomers, as well as Sky­wards plat­inum and gold mem­bers project took two years to com­plete and mea­sures close to 10,000 square feet to ac­com­mo­date over 1,500 cus­tomers – a 40 per­cent in­crease in seat­ing ca­pac­ity.

Emi­rates says that the three new re­fresh­ment ar­eas are the first of a sev­eral new con­cepts planned for the lounges at the Emi­rates hub in Dubai. The Busi­ness Class lounge in con­course B is one of six Emi­rates lounges at Dubai In­ter­na­tional Air­port.

Emi­rates First Class and Busi­ness Class cus­tomers, as well as Emi­rates Sky­wards Plat­inum, Gold and Sil­ver mem­bers.

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