Between two long haul flights as we flew from Vancouver to Sydney, we had a longer layover at Haneda International Airport, which gave us the perfect opportunity to check out the ANA Lounge. There are two separate ANA Lounges in the International Terminal at Haneda. One is near gate 110, while the other is near gate 114. An important thing to note is that they have staggered operating hours.
Before boarding our United First Class flight down to SFO, we decided to check out the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge in the Transborder Terminal. The entrance to this lounge is located between gate 84 and 86. We got through security pretty quickly as Nexus card holders, so we waited for about ten minutes for the lounge to open at 5 am.
We had our Etihad chaffeur scheduled to pick us up from the Bonnington Jumeirah at 9pm, and it was about a 45 minute drive to Abu Dhabi airport. We were dropped off directly in front of the Terminal 3 Etihad Business Class check in area, which is a completely separate area dedicated to business class passenger check-ins only.
The Cathay Pacific First & Business Class Lounge at Incheon is one of the two OneWorld lounges that the airport offers. The other OneWorld lounge is the Korean Air Business Class Lounge, and judging from OneMileAtATime’s review, I think the Cathay Pacific Lounge is the safer option. I had an hour or so to check it out before my flight to Hong Kong.
Before boarding our Cathay Pacific flight to Hong Kong, we spent some time at the dnata Lounge in Terminal 1 of Changi Airport. Cathay Pacific doesn’t have their own lounge in Changi, but passengers can use the dnata lounge, which is a contract lounge operated by the Dubai-based dnata group (Dubai National Air Transport Agency).