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New Airport Lounges available to Priority Pass Members

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Priority Pass has added six new lounges to its popular program. The Priority Pass program now includes even more airport lounges in South Korea, Singapore, China, and the United Kingdom as well as its second lounge in Tunisia.

Priority Pass has added the Wells Premium Lounge at Seoul Incheon International. The lounge boasts a range of facilities from refreshments, and television to Wi-Fi access and takes the total number of Priority Pass South Korean lounges to six.

The First Class Lounge at the new Tianjin Binhai International Terminal and the two First Class Lounges in the Domestic Terminal have also joined the program, which means that Priority Pass can now offer its members 16 lounges in China. All three new lounges have refreshments, television, air conditioning, Wi-Fi access and fax facilities.

Priority Pass has also welcomed the Plaza Premium Lounge and the Ambassador Transit Lounge in Singapore Changis new Terminal 3. The seven storey Terminal 3 building, with nearly all of its walls made of glass, is filled with natural greenery. This allows visitors to enjoy the natural light while they explore over 140 retail outlets as well as a supermarket and indoor garden. The Ambassador Lounges facilities, such as massage services, shower facilities and a gymnasium also cater for the needs of long distance travellers.

The addition of these Asian lounges means that Priority Pass now boasts over 120 lounges in the Asia region.

In Europe, Priority Pass has gained the Servisair Highland Lounge at Inverness Dalcross in the UK which offers travellers all the necessary business facilities, such as Wi-Fi access and telephones, as well as refreshments, newspapers and magazines. Meanwhile the program also now includes an additional lounge at Tunis Carthage Airport.

For those travelling internationally, the Priority Pass program now includes over 500 lounges in more than 275 cities all of which are available to members to use whenever they travel, regardless of airline or class of travel.

Jonathan French, Priority Pass spokesman said, We are delighted that the number of lounges available to Priority Pass members continues to grow. We are seeing more members joining each year throughout the world, and our comprehensive global coverage is a key reason.

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