Priority Pass and LoungeKey members have access to many more airport lounges after the renewed relationship between Plaza Premium Group and Collinson {Image: Plaza Premium Lounge}

INTERNATIONAL. Plaza Premium Group has reached an agreement with fellow hospitality services company Collinson to again allow Priority Pass and LoungeKey members access to 63 lounges at airports worldwide.

Plaza Premium has more than 250 lounges across the globe at over 70 major international airports. These include 63 independent lounges that are now open to the combined 40 million Priority Pass and LoungeKey members.

Members of both programmes also have access to 1,300 lounges and experiences in more than 600 cities across 148 countries worldwide.

They can also avail of the new services and offers from Plaza Premium lounges including Lounge to Go, Children’s programme, art gallery experiences in lounge, summer food & beverage menus and new interior designs that promote Sense of Place.

Members can download the Priority Pass app to learn more about the latest lounge information and to get updated on all the airport lounges and travel experiences that are available to them.

In North America, members of both programmes now have access to 15 additional lounges across the US and Canada. These include those at key travel hubs such as Toronto Pearson, Vancouver International and Orlando International airports.

A total of 21 additional lounges across Europe, the Middle East and Africa are also now available to Priority Pass and LoungeKey members. These include locations at London Gatwick and Dubai International airports.

In Asia Pacific, 27 additional lounges have opened at airports including Phnom Penh International, Siem Reap International, Hong Kong International, Macau International, Kuala Lumpur International, Langkawi International, Penang International, Singapore Changi, Qingdao Jiaodong International, Beijing Daxing International, Taipei Taoyuan International, Clark International and Mactan-Cebu International airports.

Plaza Premium Lounge Singapore Changi Airport is among the lounges that are now available to Priority Pass and LoungeKey members 

Collinson CEO David Evans said: “We are dedicated to creating the very best propositions for our clients and partners whilst delivering the best possible travel experience for our global members. The rekindling of a long-standing relationship reminds us that the travel industry is a rich ecosystem that delivers the best experience for consumers when the various players work together as one.

“With demand for premium travel stronger than ever we are significantly increasing our network of lounges and experiences in key travel hubs across the world.”

Plaza Premium Group Deputy CEO Bora Isbulan added: “At PPG, our mission is to make travel better and we design our airport hospitality services to exceed the travellers’ needs.

“After years of suppressed travel, we observe a greater demand for better airport experiences, hence in addition to expanding our portfolio of services in the airport lounge, hotel, meet and greet, passenger service and F&B category, our renewed relationship with Collinson will allow us to provide unique experiences that elevate the journeys for their members.” ✈

Note: The Moodie Davitt Report hosts The Airport Food & Beverage (FAB) + Hospitality Conference & Awards, which will take place on 12-13 September in Bangkok, Thailand after a four-year COVID-driven absence. Notably, FAB’s remit has been extended this year to feature wider airport hospitality services, including hotels and lounges. Click on the image above for more.

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