INTERNATIONAL. Priority Pass has revealed details of six new and renovated private airport lounges that have commenced operations since the start of November 2019. Three have opened for business in the US, with the others located in Russia, Mexico and Ecuador.

The six venues, which all offer food and beverages and high speed internet access, take the Collinson Group-owned company’s airport lounge portfolio to 1,269 locations.

The refurbished Primeclass Lounge at New York JFK International is one of three new openings in the US for Priority Pass

At New York John F. Kennedy International, the Air India Maharaja Lounge and a renovated Primeclass Lounge have opened in the airside area of Terminal 1.

The former is open to international and transit air passengers next to Gate 5, featuring runway views through floor-to-ceiling windows. The Air India Maharaja Lounge includes computer stations and printers and is available to international passengers next to gates 8 and 9.

Comfortable lounge chairs feature prominently in the Air India Maharaja Lounge at New York JFK International

Elsewhere in the US, Priority Pass has opened a new private lounge, featuring a separate prayer room, in partnership with Turkish Airlines in Concourse E at Miami International Airport.

Also in North America, the lounge operator has opened a venue airside in Terminal 4 at Cancun International Airport in Mexico. The lounge’s facilities include shower rooms, a children’s play and TV room and a complimentary taco bar.

The reception area at the new Magma Lounge in Ecuador’s San Cristóbal Airport

Priority Pass has also opened an airside lounge, named Magma, in South America at Ecuador’s San Cristóbal Airport. It is serving domestic and transit air passengers and offers runway views.

In Europe, at Russia’s Kirov Pobedilovo Airport, a new 24-hour private lounge serving domestic flight passengers has opened with features including complimentary luggage storage and conference facilities.

The new Priority Pass-operated lounge at Kirov Pobedilovo Airport features striking blue upholstery and mirrored ceilings

Also in Russia, Priority Pass has reported two additions to its portfolio of rail business lounges. New venues have opened in partnership with Russian Railways at St. Petersburg Moskovsky and Moscow Leningradsky rail stations.

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