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Emirates to install OSIM Massage Chairs at Airport Lounges Worldwide

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Monday, 28 January  2008

OSIM International has confirmed a collaboration with Emirates Airline to provide massage chairs for its airport lounges around the world, having first successfully rolled them out at the Emirates Lounge in Singapore last year. The Dubai-based airline will now be equipping all its lounges at major airports around the world with OSIM's world-renowned massage chairs.

Dale Griffith, Divisional Senior Vice President, Airport Services, Emirates Airline, said, "Emirates Lounges around the world are designed to provide a luxurious sanctuary for our premium customers, and we are delighted to partner with OSIM to add another dimension to this comfort by offering complimentary massage to relax and refresh our passengers who are in transit or waiting to embark on their journeys," 

Passengers flying Emirates out of Singapore were the first to experience such pre-flight pampering in August 2006. Tucked away in a corner of the Emirates lounge is a cosy corner which OSIM has helped turn into a seat spa - a private sanctuary for passengers needing a few moments of pampering. The semi-private enclosure of the OSIM chair spa is custom built using premium finishes and furnishings which complement the luxurious and relaxing surroundings of the Emirates Lounge.

Emirates currently has 18 dedicated lounges at major airports across the globe, with more in development. As the installation of the massage chairs rolls out over the next few months, passengers can expect to be able to try the OSIM chairs in all the Emirates lounges.

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