Plaza Premium Lounge to Open at Winnipeg Richardson Int. Airport

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Plaza Premium Lounge will open its first independent pay-per-use lounge at Winnipeg Richardson International Airport in Autumn 2014.

The Plaza Premium Lounge, located in the departures area, has been designed to enhance the airport experience for travellers regardless of their choice of airline or class of travel with lounge passes starting from CA$40.

The Plaza Premium Lounge will feature a standalone bar and a broad variety of food offerings. Additionally, extensive glass walls serve to create a feeling of openness whilst the floor plan enables travellers to tailor their experience according to their personal needs.

Mr. Song Hoi-see, Founder and CEO, Plaza Premium Lounge Management Limited said, Our continued expansion reasserts our positioning as the pioneer in premium airport experiences. Our goal is to elevate passengers travel experience and we believe that the opening of this state-of-the-art Plaza Premium Lounge will achieve exactly that at Winnipegs new terminal.

Barry Rempel, President & CEO of Winnipeg Airports Authority, added, This is an exciting new concept for our passengers and our airport. We strive to provide our customers with the best service and experience we can, and this partnership with Plaza Premium Lounge will allow us further enhance our passengers experience while theyre at our airport.

Plaza Premium Lounge is an industry leader in airport lounge development and premium airport service with over 110 locations in 28 international airports throughout the world and in its development pipeline, it will open 50 new locations in the next two years.

Plaza Premium, Airport Lounge, Winnipeg, Canada

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