Priority Pass Adds New Lounges

VIP Lounge

The worldwide network of airport lounge clubs, Priority Pass recently announced that it added new lounges to its already robust network of over 1,000 lounges. The most recent expansion includes the addition of the lounges listed below.

Africa

Morocco

Pearl Lounge, Oujda Angads (Arrivals)
Pearl Lounge, Oujda Angads (Departures)
Pearly Lounge, Marrakech Menara Intl

Europe

Spain
Sala VIP Mediterraneo, Palma de Mallorca

Russia
Business Lounge, Apatity Khibiny
High Comfy Zone Lounge, Irkutsk International
UFA VIP International Business Lounge, Ufa International

Asia Pacific

China
First Class Lounge (No.15), Tianjin Binhai Intl
First Class Lounge (No.22), Tianjin Binhai Intl
No. 1 First Class Lounge, Wuhan Tianhe International

Palau
Ocean View VIP Lounge, Koror Roman Tmetuchl Intl

Latin America & Caribbean

Colombia
The Air Lounge, Monteria Los Garzones

Bolivia
The Lounge VIP, Santa Cruz Viru Viru Intl

Bahamas
SkyView Airport Lounge, Marsh Harbour International

Brazil
GOL Premium Lounge, Rio de Janeiro Galeao Intl
Advantage VIP Lounge, Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont

Dominican Republic
Salon VIP, Santiago Cibao International

Jamaica
Club Mobay Arrivals Lounge, Montego Bay Sangster Intl
Club Kingston Arrivals, Kingston Norman Manley Intl (KIN)

 

North America

Canada
SkyTeam Lounge, Vancouver International
Plaza Premium Lounge (USA Transborder), Toronto Lester B. Pearson Intl

Mexico
The Lounge by Global Lounge Network, Puebla Hermanos Serdan Int
Oma Premium Lounge, Monterrey Mariano Escobedo Intl

USA
Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse, Los Angeles CA International
Kentucky Ale Taproom, Lexington KY Blue Grass
The Pasta House, St. Louis MO Lambert-St. Louis Intl
The Pasta House & Scholarly Beer, St. Louis MO Lambert-St. Louis Intl

Bottom-line

If you’re a frequent or business traveler, joining priority pass or any other airport lounge program is definitely a something you should consider.  Airport Lounge programs cost approximately $400 per year so if you’re undecided, I recommend you read a previous post I wrote to help you decide whether to join a lounge program or not.

I also suggest you check with your current credit card company to see if they offer a free airport lounge membership as one of their benefits. Many credit cards like the American Express Platinum Card offer Priority Pass membership as an added complimentary benefit to their Centurion Lounge access so don’t join the lounge program just yet as it could potentially not cost you anything.

 

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