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Fly like a VIP on an Economy Fare
Access VIP Airport Lounges with a Priority Pass
Flying was once a respite from the cares of the real world – an
adventure, a getaway. Sky stewardess to cater to your whim in the lounge.
Then, airplanes became crowded with packed seats, busses of the air,
with security line making traveling a chore. Even an ordeal to be endured.
Businesses used to regularly spring for Business Class or even First
Class tickets, where frequent flyers could relax between flights in the
Executive Lounge. But in a tight economy, those seats have moved to the
back of the plane. Entrepreneurs are watching their budgets.
If you’re a buisiness traverler, used to the relaxation of the
VIP Lounge at airports - room to work and space to breathe, catch up
with calls, rehearse a presentation, or just sit back, put your feet
up and read a favorite book, but no longer flying on a qualifying business
or first class ticket - or you’re just a holiday traveler making
a couple of trips a year, or journeys to see the family on the coasts,
the Priority Pass opens the sanctum doors, offering entry into VIP lounges
around the country and the world.
A VIP Lounge offers the best stress-relief at the airport. Escape the
chaos of cancellations, flight delays and crowded departure halls and
enjoy a quiet sanctuary where you’ll find everything you need – for
business or for pleasure. relaxing ambience – for both you and
your guests, complimentary refreshments and snacks, in some cases free
drinks, email, internet and conference space, working and leisure facilities
The Prioity Pass offers access to over 600 VIP lounges in more than 100
countries and 300 cities worldwide privileged access to over 70 Airport
VIP Lounges in the U.S. guaranteed entrance use regardless of the class
of travel or the airline you’re flying.
How does the Prioity Pass work?
are three levels of membership - an annual price at $399 for unlimited
access to 600 VIP executive lounges at air terminals around the world,
or two levels of
discount membership $249 with 10 free visits included and $27 per visit
thereafter or $99 where you pay $27 at the lounge for admission each
time you use it. To
on how often you travel. When you’re flying, search the website
for the available lounge at the airport through which your traveling.
You can also download the lounge information to an iPhone, PDA, Blackberry
or Pocket PC or use the SMS Lounger Finder service – text any airport
code from your mobile phone, and the system responds with the information.
70 Business or First Class Lounges can be accessed in the US, with major
airports around the world served. Nearly all major airports in the UK
are represented, Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Liverpool, Manchester,
Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Dublin, Glasgow and Newcastle. International
hubs in Europe, Paris, Zurich, Munich, Milan, as well as Mexico, Brazil,
Columbia, Bahrain, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Seoul, just to name a few.
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