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Article from BTNews 20 OCTOBER 2014

Birmingham Airport and Regus

Regus Express is pressing on with its series of executive lounges landside at Britain’s major airports. 

Following the successful Heathrow T5 introduction (See BTN 18 August). Birmingham has now opened.  Gatwick South will follow shortly.
   
The Birmingham facility, called a drop-in workplace, is situated within a short walk of the check-in and arrivals area.  It provides a lounge and a suite of high-end meeting rooms offering an instant, fully-equipped workspace.  It is designed for business travellers as a professional haven away from noisy concourses, and for people seeking a convenient location to hold meetings.  Regus Express customers also have access to dedicated parking spaces at the airport.
 
The Regus Express lounge includes workstations (ThinkPods), wi-fi, printers and scanners as well as complimentary refreshments and administrative support.
 
Phil Kemp, Global Head of Third Place at Regus, commented: “Most workforces are far more agile and mobile than they were a few years back, but there is a growing need for professional work and meeting space on the go. Regus Express offers business people a productive alternative to working in noisy public areas.  We also expect the location to become a popular venue for local and national businesses to hold meetings with contacts who are flying in or out of the airport. www.regus.co.uk

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