Priority Pass adds three lounges in the Philippines, China and Thailand

10 Dec 2018 by Business Traveller Asia Pacific

Members of Priority Pass now have three more lounges in Asia open to them with the recent addition of the PAGSS Lounge in Manila, The Coral Executive Lounge in Hat Yai, Thailand and the First Class Lounge in Zhengzhou, China to the programme’s network.

The PAGSS Lounge (pictured above) is located at Terminal 3 of Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport and is the fourth lounge at the airport now available to Priority Pass members. This also includes the Pagstop Lounge in Terminal 1, and the Pacific Club Lounge and Sky View Lounge in Terminal 3.

Located airside on the International Departure Area on Level 4 and open daily from 5am to midnight, the lounge offers refreshments, shower facilities, flight information, and alcoholic beverages. There is also a separate smoking room available.

The Coral Executive Lounge (pictured below), meanwhile, is the sole facility at Hat Yai International Airport open to Priority Pass members. Located airside at Terminal 1 just after the security checkpoint, the lounge is situated on Level 2 by Gate 5 and is open from 6am to 10.30pm daily. Complimentary alcoholic beverages are available but are limited to beer only, while other refreshments are also available. Unfortunately, the lounge does not offer shower facilities.

The Coral Executive Lounge, Hat Yai International (Thailand)

Finally, the First Class Lounge at Zhengzhou Xingzheng International Airport is situated airside in Terminal 2 in the international departures section on the third floor across from Gate 262. This is the seventh lounge to which Priority Pass members have access at the airport.

The newly added First Class Lounge similarly does not offer shower facilities; however, it does offer complimentary iPad use, refreshments and some alcoholic beverages. Like the Manila lounge, it also has a separate smoking room located outside.

The First Class Lounge in Zhengzhou is also the only one of the three that doesn’t allow members to access it using their digital card, meaning travellers will need to have their physical card on hand when entering. Wifi is available in all three facilities.

Priority Pass currently has more than 1,200 lounges in over 500 cities and 143 countries.

Subscribers to Business Traveller can receive up to 20 per cent off Priority Pass membership.

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