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Qantas will open a “pop-up” lounge to cater for eligible passengers on its new Sydney to London route.

West Australian border closures mean Qantas will be flying the Sydney-Darwin-London route from next month until at least April and many passengers will want to freshen up before the long non-stop hop to Blighty.

To give them somewhere to relax, the airline has leased Darwin International Airport’s Catalina Lounge. The lounge will be able to cater for about 100 guests utilizing existing furniture and fittings with local Qantas lounge staff delivering service, including a signature welcome mocktail dubbed Top End Lemonade.

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