By THE NATION
Priority Pass has spent one year adding 141 new lounges to cater to increased demand from travellers for a premium airport experience in over 500 cities around the world.
“This year has seen significant growth for the Priority Pass programme in Asia-Pacific, with numerous new partnerships strengthening the offering for members flying in, out and within the region,” says Kevin Goldmintz, executive vice president at Collinson, the operator of Priority Pass.
“As part of our commitment to providing the best possible airport experience, we are continually improving and evolving the portfolio to better meet the needs of our members. New and exciting experiences provide more options to suit individual needs while also broadening our airport coverage.”
In Asia-Pacific, 64 lounges have been added to the network, with noteworthy expansion in Australia. Members can now benefit from the comfort of lounges in Adelaide and Melbourne airports for the first time, and also enjoy access to an additional lounge in Sydney's Terminal 2.
There are 48 new lounges across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, including new openings in Russia. Highlights include the addition of the Kandinsky Lounge at Moscow Sheremetyevo, that city’s largest and busiest airport, plus access to the prestigious Primeclass Lounge in the new Muscat International Airport in Oman.
Find out more details at www.PriorityPass.com.