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Air Serbia Partners With Priority Pass, LoungeKey and Lounge Pass for Premium Access in Belgrade

Air Serbia has partnered with Collinson, the company behind Priority Pass, LoungeKey and Lounge Pass, opening access to their Premium Lounge in Belgrade from April 12, 2021.

Air Serbia Opens Premium Lounge Access to Priority Pass, LoungeKey and Lounge Pass Customers - Courtesy Air Serbia

On Monday (April 5, 2021), Air Serbia announced a new partnership with Collinson, the company behind the popular global Priority Pass, LoungeKey and Lounge Pass travel programs. From April 12, 2021, members of the programs will be able to access Air Serbia’s Premium Lounge in Belgrade. Opened in 2015, the carrier’s lounge has been visited by over 125,000 guests. The Premium Lounge has been available to customers of other airlines since 2016 and since May 2017 has been an ancillary service of Air Serbia.

In Monday’s announcement, Air Serbia’s General Manager – Commercial and Strategy, Jiri Marek, said,

“Creating an outstanding experience for passengers is a priority for us, which is why establishing cooperation with a leader in providing services in this field represents a special satisfaction for us. Thanks to the high quality of service and the comfort it offers, our Premium Lounge quickly became very popular among passengers. We believe that a greater number of passengers and an expanded offer will contribute to even better positioning on the global map of premium lounges.”

Also commenting on the new partnership, Collinson’s Director of Travel Experiences, Andy Besant, said,

“The addition of Air Serbia’s Premium Lounge is a welcome addition to the programme, as we continue to grow our network of lounges to ensure our Members have access to quality lounges globally. As testing and vaccines enable travel restarting, airport lounges can provide a socially distanced space in which travellers can comfortably relax as they return to the pleasures of travel.”

Air Serbia's Premium Lounge at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport - Courtesy Air Serbia

Air Serbia’s luxurious Premium Lounge in Belgrade can accommodate up to 80 guests and offers quality restaurant services, spacious bathrooms and shower facilities. The lounge offers conveniences for modern business travelers with amenities such as Wi-Fi and USB ports for charging personal devices, and is available to Air Serbia’s Business Class and Economy Comfort guests, as well as corporate cardmembers. The lounge is located in the transit zone before Gates A4 and A5 at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport and open daily from 05:00 to 18:00. Additionally, Air Serbia recently signed an agreement with flydubai which offers Premium Lounge access to flydubai and Emirates’ guests. The Premium Lounge is also available for customers traveling with Qatar Airways.

Source: Air Serbia


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