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Qantas is to open new meeting rooms in its domestic terminals at Sydney and Melbourne on 25 February and 17 March respectively.
Aimed at the business traveller, the new rooms will also be available for Qantas Club and Frequent Flyer members, who will receive what the airline describes as a ”significant discount” to use the facilities.
”These new rooms have been purpose-built to provide complimentary interactive plasma screens for data projection, teleconferencing equipment, wireless connectivity and broadband, along with a break-out area,” said Qantas Group general manager customer product and services, Lesley Grant.
”Qantas meeting rooms will be available to anyone, regardless of where they are travelling.”
The facilities will cater for between two and 20 people and will offer a range of dining possibilities, from light snacks and refreshments to full-day packages.
Qantas is upgrading its domestic airport offer, including the recent introduction of Qantas Web Connect ” a gate lounge and terminal-wide wireless connectivity service in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth - as well as free wireless in Qantas Clubs.
In addition, new lounges for business class and Platinum Frequent Flyers will open in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane by mid-2008.
Qantas meeting rooms will be located at: Sydney (T3); Level 1 Satellite and in Melbourne; Mezzanine Level, opposite Gate 1.