THE Northern Lights Lounge at Aberdeen International Airport is set to reopen to passengers tomorrow.
It was closed last month following local lockdown measures put in place by the Scottish Government.
Opened in 2017 as part of the £20m terminal transformation project the lounge will continue to work in partnership with local suppliers helping support jobs across the north-east.
Measures have been put in place at the terminal to allow passengers to enjoy the Northern Lights Lounge safely.
QR codes have also been created so passengers can access menus via their phone and table-service will be in operation.
Roger Hunt, Aberdeen International Airport interim managing director, said: “Bringing back business safely remains a key priority and we are looking forward to the Northern Lights Lounge reopening.
“While it is critical that we re-emerge with strong connectivity it is also key that the passengers using our airport have access to as many of the facilities possible within the terminal and feel safe to do so.
“The Northern Lights Lounge has been an extremely popular addition to our airport as part of the recent transformation of the terminal and I am delighted it will be back up and running for our passengers.”