London : Priority Pass added 141 new lounges from June 2017 to June 2018, meaning that members can now access more than 1200 lounges, dining and spa experiences in over 500 cities and 143 countries.
Alongside additions to the traditional lounge portfolio, Priority Pass has introduced 34 new dining, spa and relaxation experiences that can be accessed in the same way as lounges, broadening the choice for members while at the airport.
Kevin Goldmintz, Executive Vice-President, Asia Pacific, Collinson, the operator of Priority Pass, said, "This year has seen significant growth for the Priority Pass program in Asia Pacific with numerous new partnerships strengthening the offering for Members flying in, out and within the region."
"As part of our commitment to providing the best possible airport experience we are continually improving and evolving the portfolio to better meet the needs of our Members."
"New and exciting experiences provide more options to suit individual needs while also broadening our airport coverage."
Priority Pass has seen significant growth around the world. In Asia Pacific 64 lounges have been added to the network in the region, with noteworthy expansion in Australia.
Members can now use lounges in Adelaide and Melbourne airports for the first time, and also enjoy access to an additional lounge in Sydney's Terminal 2.
Forty-eight new lounges have been added across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, including a number of new openings in Russia.
Highlights include the addition of the Kandinsky Lounge at Moscow Sheremetyevo, Moscow's largest and busiest airport, plus access to the prestigious Primeclass Lounge in the new Muscat International Airport in Oman.
In North America, 27 new lounges have joined the programme, including the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse in Los Angeles_ LAX International Terminal 2, the first Virgin Clubhouse lounge in the Priority Pass program.