Travellers to New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport now have two more premium lounges to relax in.
FTN News reports that TAV Operation Services, a subsidiary of Turkey-based TAV Airports, has opened two new airport lounges at JFK. The new Primeclass lounges are located in Terminals 1 and 4.
The Terminal 1 lounge is open to passengers flying on Air China, Azerbaijan, Cayman Air, China Eastern, Japan Airlines, Royal Air Maroc, Norwegian, Saudia, and Turkish Airlines.
The Terminal 4 lounge serves Air India and Egypt Air passengers. Both lounges also can be acceded by LoungeMe. Priority Pass, Lounge Key, Diners Club, and Dragon Pass members, with access for Lounge Buddy customers coming soon.
Both lounges occupy about 2,500 square feet of space. TAV lounges typically include work spaces, food service, wifi, a business center, a children’s room, and luggage storage. Drink service includes alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
TAV currently operates 90 airport lounges in 28 countries. The company is the leading provider of airport lounges in Turkey.