British Airways Lounges at Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 Reopened with Safety Measures

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British Airways is gearing up to offer its customers a safer and comfortable flying experience amid difficult times. The airline has stated that its preferred travel insurance provider, Allianz Assistance has updated the policy to cover Covid-19. Also, all the British Airways Lounges are being opened slowly for the customers. The airline has begun reopening its lounges at Heathrow airport terminal 5 with all the preventive measure to ensure that customers don’t worry about the spread of the virus and have a comfortable experience in British Airways Lounge services. British Airways is following order while opening its lounges. Three days back, the airline opened the Galleries First, Galleries South Club and Arrival Lounges.

Concorde Room Lounge Remains Shut

British Airways has kept the ultra-exclusive Concorde room lounge shut. However, the airline has converted the terrace area of the First Lounge into a temporary Concorde Terrace. Passengers must note that the temporary Concorde Terrace will be only opened for first-class passengers of the airline. As of Galleries First Lounge, it is opened for the first-class and business class ticket holders along with silver and gold members.

British Airways Will Take Necessary Safety Measures

As British Airways Lounges at Heathrow airport are being opened, the airline has developed various safety measures to ensure that customers have a safe and comfortable lounge experience. The airline has stated that all the customers who are eligible for the lounge access will be allowed to scan their boarding pass when they enter in the lounge area. All the staff inside the lounge area will be fully equipped with face masks and sanitisers. Social distancing norms will be followed between passengers and staff members. Also, the airline has stated that lounge customers will see sanitation booths and safe distant makers in the entire lounge area. The airline will also allow the customers to order food from online service, which will be available in the lounge. Customers who are planning to board British Airways flights must expect that the airline will open more of its lounge in July and August month.

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