The multi-million dollar programme will see the national carrier upgrade six lounges in Auckland, Brisbane, Hobart, Sydney, Tamworth and Tokyo.
Announcing the investment as part of its record financial results, Alan Joyce, Group CEO, Qantas, said the extended lounge programme would be across international, domestic and regional airports.
They also come in addition to lounge upgrades currently underway in Melbourne and Sydney.
“We know the lounge experience is a key part of people’s journey and it is also how we reward our most frequent flyers. As the demand for premium travel increases, we are responding with more space in our lounges, more dining options and designs that reflect the destination,” he said.