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Priority Pass adds 16 Airport Lounges to Global Portfolio

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Thursday, 28 August 2008

Priority Pass has expanded its worldwide network of airport lounges with the addition of 16 lounges to its portfolio in August.

New lounges have been added in 11 cities, from Denver and Las Vegas in the USA to Shenzhen in China and Tokyo in Japan. There are also key European lounges in London, Budapest and Poznan, while in Latin America, Priority Pass has added new lounges in Buenos Aires, Guayaquil and Punta Cana.

Well-known as one of the world's largest independent lounge access programs, Priority Pass is focused on delivering the widest possible choice of lounges to its members, who are able to visit any of more than 500 in the program whenever they travel.

Jonathan French from Priority Pass said, "Our members have come to rely on us to help them find time and space for themselves at the airport, and the list of terminals where they can find a quiet place to work or just relax grows longer all the time."

The lounges added in August 2008 can be found in:

Budapest (Hungary)
Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Denver (USA) (2 new lounges)
Guayaquil (Ecuador)
Hyderabad (India) (2 new lounges)
Las Vegas (USA)
London Gatwick (UK)
Poznan (Poland)
Punta Cana (Dominican Republic)
Shenzhen (China) (4 new lounges)
Tokyo (Japan)

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