If you’re a oneworld sapphire or emerald member, you can also visit the Cathay Pacific First and Business Class Lounge located in the Main Building of Terminal 2’s Narita International Airport. Business Class and First Class ticket holders flying on Cathay Pacific also have access to this lounge.
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I took the elevator from the Main Building up to the Cathay Pacific First & Business Class lounge. Their hours are from 7:30am to 6:00pm and I assume they close early because that’s when the last Cathay flight departs from Narita Airport.
One weird thing about this lounge is that it’s a combined lounge since there is no separate First Class area. Some areas were more crowded than others, but you can still find a seat.
There was also a business center equipped with computers.
The buffet spread consisted of sushi, mini sandwiches, noodles, and bananas.
Beverages included hot water, tea, beer from a Japanese dispenser, soda, juice, and wine.
The Cathay Pacific First & Business Class lounge is outstanding and surely beats the American Airlines Admirals Club by a longshot. However, it is not the best oneworld lounge at Narita International Airport. The Japan Airlines Sakura Business & First Class Lounge in the Main Building and Satellite Building are far superior.