6 MAY 2013

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Article from BTNews 6 MAY 2013

Bristol lounge

Servisair’s new upscale Aspire Lounge has opened at Bristol Airport. (see BT NEWS 18 March)

This latest facility replaces the old executive lounge, increasing the space available by 50% and introducing a range of product improvements for passengers wanting to relax in style before boarding a flight.  With kitchen facilities now included hot food to be provided for the first time, alongside snacks and premium brand drinks.

A series of distinct zones caters for the differing requirements of business and leisure passengers, depending on whether they want to do some last minute work before boarding or relax ahead of a holiday flight.  Families will also be welcome, with a new entertainment area complete with personal televisions.

The new lounge forms part of an overall strategy to enhance facilities for business passengers using Bristol Airport.  Recent improvements include an extension to the Premier Car Park, an enhanced Fast Track security product and improvements to the boarding gate used by full-service scheduled airlines.  These improvements have taken place alongside the introduction of new routes by airlines including bmi regional (to Aberdeen, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Milan and Munich), Ryanair (See Polish Bristol in this issue) and additional capacity on existing services operated by Blue Islands, Brussels Airlines and KLM.

Entry to the new Aspire Lounge starts from £17.49 per adult and £9.99 for children when booked online. www.bristolairport.co.uk

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