Members of Priority Pass and LoungeKey will soon gain access to 63 Plaza Premium lounges, starting with 39 lounges that will be made available for members from June 6.
The remaining 24 lounges will join the programme from June 6.
The renewed partnership between Plaza Premium Group (PPG) and Collinson, the operator of Priority Pass and LoungeKey, will expand both lounge membership networks’ global footprint.
For the Asia Pacific region, 27 additional lounges will be added Cambodia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and the Philippines, with nine lounges available from June 6. Priority Pass Members now gain access to lounges located at Phnom Penh International Airport and Siem Reap International Airport in Cambodia, as well as Macau International Airport in Macau China, Mactan-Cebu International Airport in the Philippines, and Qingdao Airport. The remaining 18 lounges will be available from June 20.
In North America, the renewed relationship will see Priority Pass and LoungeKey add a total of 15 additional lounges across the US and Canada, with all 15 lounges available to members from June 6. The Plaza Premium Lounges added to the network include those at Toronto Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Vancouver International Airport, and Orlando FL International Airport.
A total of 21 additional lounges will be added across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, with 15 lounges available from June 6, and the remaining six lounges joining the programme from June 20. The Plaza Premium Lounges added to the network include those at London Gatwick and Dubai International.
David Evans, joint CEO at Collinson, said: “The rekindling of a long-standing relationship reminds us that the travel industry is a rich ecosystem that delivers the best experience for consumers when the various players work together as one. With demand for premium travel stronger than ever we are significantly increasing our network of lounges and experiences in key travel hubs across the world.”