Cathay Pacific has adopted a new set of design principles to make travelers feel at ease

Travel stress, what’s that? Cathay Pacific wants you to wait for your flight in the best way possible in their newly designed airline lounge called The Pier.

Cathay Pacific has striven to redefine what a Business Class Lounge is all about. Partnering with Ilse Crawford of StudioIlse, a London-based design agency, The Pier is designed as a flagship experience among Cathay's Business Class Lounges.

It is 3,306 square meters big, can entertain 550 passengers, and staying true to the streets of Hong Kong, the lounge has a slow lane and fast lane. The former allows passengers to relax, read a book or work, while the latter is an express lane for quick bites and drinks. Moreover, this lounge also has a Tea House, a relaxation room and 14 shower areas.

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