The Qantas Business Class Lounge is located in the Satellite Building of Terminal 2’s Narita International Airport. Qantas operates a single route from Narita to Sydney (NRT-SYD) and they have built a lounge for their first class and business class customers. However, I was able to access this lounge when I was holding a ticket for an American AIrlines flight back to Los Angeles.
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I was able to access the Qantas lounge in the satellite building because I’m an American Airlines Executive Platinum (oneworld emerald) and Qantas is a oneworld member. The Qantas lounge also has agreements with Jet star, Finnair, Malaysia Airlines, and Air Tahiti Nui. The lounge hours are from 8:30am to 9:30pm.
The Qantas lounge looks fairly new with modern décor and it was pretty empty. I could only count a handful of people and there was plenty of seating in this enormous lounge.
There were Apple iMac desktops computers for use in the business center with an amazing view of the tarmac for plane-spotting.
The lounge food was disappointing and consisted of pumpkin soup, salted crackers, bread, deli meats, small dessert bites, cookies, and various savory snacks.
Non-alcoholic beverages included coffee, tea, and a soda fountain. Water and juice is available from the fridge (last picture).
There were also automatic Japanese beer dispensers in this lounge serving Asahi.
Additional alcoholic beverages included spirits and wine.
The fridge also contained sake and canned beer.
I was disappointed in the variety of lounge food since the only hot item was soup. Sushi was nowhere to be found in this lounge as well. In terms of privacy and space, the Qantas Business Class lounge is a great place to escape the airport madness. This lounge is great if you drink a lot of alcohol since there is a large variety, similar to the JAL First Class Lounge in the Main Building.