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Air India plans to renovate lounges at Delhi’s T3 and New York’s JFK T4

Air India plans to renovate lounges at Delhi's T3 and New York's JFK T4

Air India revealed plans to renovate the airline’s lounges in Delhi and New York. The airline has improved the amenities at the Delhi lounges.

Since the Tata Group entered the market, but the New York lounge—which is connected to the Priority Pass network, for New York JFK—has been the subject of debate among Western traveler communities, and most of the feedback that I’ve heard isn’t satisfactory. It is anticipated that the renovation and reconstruction will start soon.


Today, Air India announced that it has selected Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA), a well-known interior design company for the hospitality industry, to renovate the airline’s lounges at Terminal 4 of JFK Airport in New York and Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi.

The lounges will be furnished with top-notch, cutting-edge features. The lounges will serve a variety of Indian and foreign dishes that are elegantly and comfortably presented. providing over 400,000 elite passengers flying with Air India with a top-notch lounge experience.


To provide its first-class, business-class, eligible FFP, and Star Alliance members with a similarly improved lounge experience, Air India is concurrently working on expanding its lounge network to other major airports in India and abroad, starting with the two lounges.