The airline behind the flying apartment has a new strategy for attracting first-class and busines...
Located in Terminal 4 at JFK, the lounge is stylish and modern without being garish.
The facility was opened last December by airline CEO James Hogan.
Here's a reminder of the airline's A380 service between Abu Dhabi and New York.
In addition to Etihad's own passengers, the lounge is also available for premium cabin passengers flying with equity partner Air Serbia.
The lounge was designed by Chicago-based architects Gensler.
The facility is adorned with Etihad's signature geometric design theme with color hues drawn from the landscape of the United Arab Emirates.
Here's some geometric design.
More geometric design.
These lights over looking the entry way looks pretty cool.
Guests are treated to a variety of dishes available in a buffet or a la carte.
Along with a variety of drinks both non-alcoholic and...
... And alcoholic. Specialty cocktails at the bar were designed by London-based drinks consultants Fluid Motion.
.. Even more private tables to ...
.... Seats with a stunning view of the airport.
The view at night looks pretty amazing as well.
In addition, passengers are treated to complementary showers, changing rooms, baggage storage, and a library.
There's even a hidden private lounge specially reserved for those fortunate enough to travel in Etihad's flying 125 sq. ft. The Residence.
Source: Business Insider