Aer Lingus recently inaugurated its new Revival Lounge at Dublin Airport. The new lounge will provide access to customers booking business class tickets from Chicago to Dublin. The airline is presently offering daily nonstop flights between the two cities.
The design of the new Revival Lounge is particularly aimed at significantly tempering the shock of the travellers from Chicago and beyond entering a new country in a markedly different time zone at an early morning hour.
The lounge offers various facilities to all those arriving here. Some of the prominent features at the lounge include amenity kits, showers with fresh towels, changing rooms, and complimentary clothes pressing and steaming. The visitors can also treat themselves to refreshments, which include pastries, croissants, juices and coffee.
The inauguration of the new Revival Lounge is part of the airline’s move to further upgrade its business class products and services which started being implemented from March 2015. The airline has also outfitted its aircrafts with new business class seats and is now offering a revamped meal service as well.
Meanwhile, Aer Lingus showcased its newly acquired Airbus A350 aircraft, which the airline calls as the future of commercial air travel. The new aircraft is configured in two classes – Business Class and Economy Class. The customers travelling in business class will be offered a total of 42 seats, while the economy class customers will be offered 223 seats. The airline has recently added nine Airbus A350 aircrafts to its international long-haul fleet. The airline is planning to deploy Airbus A350 aircrafts for operating flights to various international destinations by 2018.