British Airways is building on its new-look lounge network with the opening of a space space at Aberdeen.
BA's Aberdeen lounge – which is open to business class passengers along with top-tier BA Executive Club and Oneworld frequent flyers – might not have the swanky Euro-chic feel of its recently-opened cousin in Rome but it's a clean contemporary design all the same.
And then there's that granite-topped bar, which is shaping up to become an iconic centrepiece of British Airways lounges.
Opened after a year-long makeover, BA's Aberdeen lounge also enjoys plenty of natural light and offers views across the runway.
Note the abundance of AC and USB sockets along the top of those benches: BA tells us the lounge is up to the task when it comes to meeting the needs of technology-toting travellers.
If you're less about the tech and more about a tipple then it's back to the bar, which is well-stocked with beers, wine and spirits to complement the food, which for early morning flights includes local delicacy Aberdeen Rowies (a savoury, very buttery Scottish bread roll).
The lounge is decorated with local artwork from the airline’s art collection, including ‘The Long Winding Shores’ by Maddie Rose Hills inspired by Kinlochewe in the Scottish Highlands.
Next on BA's new-look lounge list is New York's JFK Terminal 7, which the airline says will additionally see "improvements being made to the customer experience at check-in," with Geneva, San Francisco, Johannesburg and Chicago also on the slate.