Singapore Airlines (SQ) has contracted ONG&ONG, a Singaporean firm specializing in architectural and interior design, to develop a new concept for its lounges at airports around the world. The carrier said it will spend more than S$20 million ($16 million) over the next five years to revamp its airport lounges. The first to be remodeled, starting in mid-2013, will be SQ’s Sydney Airport lounge. The airline has 15 airport lounges worldwide including new, under-construction ...

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