Passenger services provider and dnata company marhaba has opened an airport lounge at Singapore’s Changi Airport.

Marhaba has already opened its facilities in Dubai, Melbourne, and Karachi.

Located at Terminal 3, the new marhaba lounge is open 24 hours a day and features seating for more than 130 guests, as well as a quiet zone for relaxation and shower facilities.

The lounge offers superfast Wi-Fi in addition to all-day dining with an international buffet for a range of dietary and ethnic requirements.

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Passengers intending to use the marhaba lounge can book online from S$55 or gain access through the lounge loyalty card programmes.

Dnata regional chief executive officer for Asia Pacific Dirk Goovaerts said: “We are delighted to open our newest marhaba lounge at Changi Airport, one of our largest bases.

“Today’s passengers expect a seamless travel experience and we are passionate about supporting our airline customers in delivering this, by providing quality and reliable ground handling and catering services at some of the world’s busiest hubs.

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“Offering the same excellent quality globally, our 12 lounges also contribute to a pleasant passenger journey at the airports.

“Our dedicated team looks forward to welcoming all passengers departing or transiting in Singapore to our brand new marhaba lounge.”

Established in 1991, marhaba offers meet and greet services in Dubai. It operates 12 departure airport lounges in the UAE, Singapore, Switzerland, Pakistan, and Australia.

The lounges in Switzerland are currently operated under the dnata brand.

Dnata, a major air services provider, delivers quality, safe and reliable ground handling, cargo and flight catering services for over 40 airlines in Singapore. The company also operates an airport lounge at Changi Airport’s Terminal 1.

More than 100 airlines provide connectivity to 400 cities worldwide from Changi Airport, which handles about 7,400 flights every week. It has managed over 65 million passenger movements in 2018.