Qantas said today it would open new, dedicated meeting rooms within
its domestic terminals in Sydney on 25 February and in Melbourne on 17 March.Qantas Group General Manager Customer Product and Services, Ms Lesley Grant, said Qantas
Meeting Rooms would offer a superior range of conference facilities and business services.
“These new state-of-the-art conference facilities have been purpose built to provide complimentary
interactive plasma screens for data projection, teleconferencing equipment, wireless connectivity and
broadband Internet, along with a break-out area,” Ms Grant said.
“Qantas Meeting Rooms will be available to anyone, regardless of whether they are travelling, at very
competitive hire rates, with Qantas Club and Frequent Flyer members receiving a significant
“The expansive views over the tarmac at each terminal ensure Qantas Meeting Rooms provide
guests with a unique multi-purpose venue.”
Ms Grant said the rooms would accommodate between two and 20 people, and would offer a wide
selection of gourmet catering choices, from light snacks and refreshments to full-day packages.
“With premium facilities and services available, customers will be able to host meetings without
leaving the airport, helping to save costs and time travelling into the city,” she said.
She said the new facilities were part of an extensive upgrade of Qantas’ domestic airport facilities,
including the recent introduction of Qantas Web Connect, a gate lounge and terminal-wide wireless
connectivity service in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, and complimentary wireless
connectivity in Qantas Clubs.
“New, dedicated Business lounges for Business Class customers and Platinum Frequent Flyers will
open in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane by mid-2008.”
Qantas Meeting Rooms will be located at:
- Sydney (T3) - Level 1 satellite, opposite the Qantas Heritage Collection (T3); and
- Melbourne - Mezzanine Level, opposite Gate 1.