Turkish Airlines Lounge Now Opening At Bangkok Suvarnabhumi (BKK) Airport, Priority Pass Accepted!

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Turkish Airlines is just about to open their new lounge (likely within the next few days) at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport in Thailand and the good news is Priority Pass will be accepted too!

The airline currently has lounges open in Moscow, Washington D.C. and Nairobi in addition to their hub in Istanbul.

I just walked by and the interior is all in place with workers putting final touches on it. I asked at the Turkish transfer desk counter and was told the lounge should open in the next couple of days.

You can access Turkish’ page for their own lounges here.

Here is how it looks now from the outside including the ‘Open Soon’ and a Priority Pass sign:

The Turkish lounge is located opposite of the JAL’s Sakura Lounge and next to China Airlines one.

John wrote an article in January (access here) where he included lounge maps for BKK as well.

I’m curious about their open hours, but they must be open for an extended period of time considering it wouldn’t make any sense to open a lounge just for their two flights a day. The fact that they will accept Priority Pass is also a sign that it’ll likely be open all day.

Conclusion

Priority Pass has a very solid portfolio in Bangkok now. There are a lot of lounges participating and one can even change multiple times. So far the Oman Air lounge is my favorite.

We should know soon when the Turkish Lounge is finally open and do a quick tour of it. Turkish is famous for the F&B options of their lounges and fingers crossed that their BKK location won’t disappoint either.

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