Collinson sees increased use of airport lounges in Asia-Pacific

Collinson, which manages a network of airport lounges and travel experiences, has seen a 44 per cent increase in airport lounge visits across Asia-Pacific, with the strongest performing markets located within South and South-east Asia.

Additionally, a 32 per cent increase can be seen when pre-pandemic July 2019 lounge visit figures are contrasted with July 2023.

Collinson has added more airport lounges to its Asia-Pacific network through partnerships; Plaza Premium Lounge at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, pictured

To support the growing demand for airport lounge access among travellers, the company has recently renewed its partnership with Plaza Premium, resulting in 27 lounges added across key Asia-Pacific travel destinations including Cambodia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and the Philippines.

Collinson also expanded its network of airport lounges in Indonesia, Vietnam and Malaysia through direct agreements with Blue Sky Group, Noi Bai Aviation Joint Stock Company and SSP Malaysia, and brought on board seven premium airport lounges in China through a direct partnership with Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport Business Travel Service Co.

It continues to expand its network of airport lounges and travel experiences, providing its Priority Pass Members access to an additional 88 new airport lounges and travel experiences in Asia-Pacific. Some of the new experiences include co-working spaces in Singapore Changi Airport and Bangkok’s Don Mueang International Airport, and an in-airport Japanese-style public bath at Kutsurogi Dokoro located at Chubu Centrair International Airport.

To date, Priority Pass Members have access to more than 550 airport lounges and travel experiences in the region, and over 1,400 globally across the world’s major travel zones.

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