Priority pass added eight additional lounges, taking the overall numbers to 1,330

By TIN Media | Europe Published 4 years ago on 7 January 2020
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Priority Pass has introduced two luxury rail lounges into the network, partnering with Russian Railways partner to boost train passenger look and feel the overall experience.

The luxury lounge openings are situated in Moscow's Moskovsky station in St. Petersburg, as they combine a luxurious lounge experience air travelers enjoy with comfort in traveling by train.

Andy Besant, Collinson's Travel Experience Director, priority pass operator, said ' Two railway lounges are innovative in adding to the Priority Pass network and signaling their ongoing commitment to expanding, differentiating and adapting their worldwide offering to respond to frequent passengers " growing " needs.

With the ongoing growth of passenger rail in Russia, they are expanding Priority Pass through an even broader spectrum of premium travel experiences.

The Priority Pass has also launched six new lounges at six airports in four countries, each in a different style. The Business Lounge, located in Kirov Pobedilovo in Russia, is open 24-hour and offers the possibility of fast Internet and refreshments to passengers with its sleek and appealing atmosphere. The lounge also offers free storage of luggage and meeting facilities.

A separate children's play area and television room for younger guests can spend their time and energy in the lounge in Cancun International in Mexico, which in cooperation with Air Transat, while adults can relax in a taco bar, a free lounge. The shower facilities can also be used to refresh and recharge.

In the meantime, the Air India Maharaja Lounge, which is United States John F Kennedy International Airport, provides spectacular views of the road from floor to ceiling, while enjoying a soothing and comfortable lounge and a selection of delicious refreshments.

You may want to visit Primeclass Lounge for business travelers, the John F Kennedy International Airport and Turkish Airlines Lounge in Miami Florida International Airport, both in the U.S. Airport. The Primeclass Lounge offers a wide range of delicious food and comfortable chairs to enjoy a relaxing escape in the vibrant atmosphere of this airport. Guests may use computer stations and printers in the lounge with high-speed Internet. Moreover, business travelers can use the Turkish Airlines Lounge for computer workstations and printers to keep up or relax with a snack and a drink. It also has a separate prayer room available.

You're invited to enjoy a cup of Ecuadorean coffee and delicious refreshing products specially created for the Magma Lounge while you're enjoying a runway view at Magma Lounge, in San Cristobal, Ecuador.




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