20 MAY 2019
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In response to growing demand from its Priority Pass members and travelling consumers, customer benefits and loyalty specialist Collinson has announced a significant investment in its own airport lounges and additional airport services in the US.
The investments build on Collinson’s suite of solutions which the company says are designed to help travellers to make the most of their limited time at airports, as well as strengthen loyalty between brands and their customers.
The move coincides with the grand opening of The Club JAX at Jacksonville International Airport, the group’s latest US shared-use airport lounge space.
Collinson’s subsidiary, Airport Lounge Development (ALD), the largest independent shared-use lounge operator in the US, has planned openings for five additional US lounges through the remainder of the year.
These will complement the two already opened as well as The Club JAX, and will take the group’s total lounge coverage in the US to 20.
New lounges already opened in 2019 are at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport, Terminal 1, Concourse D, and at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Terminal D, near Gate 25.
Lounges coming soon are at Miami International Airport, a second location at Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport, Charleston International Airport, Buffalo Niagara International Airport and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.
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