ALD opens latest lounge at Boston Logan International

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Airport Lounge Development (ALD), an independent shared-use airport lounge operator in the USA, has opened its latest venue in Terminal C at Boston Logan International Airport in Massachusetts, marking its 12th location across the country.

ALD’s independent lounges are available to all travelers regardless of choice of airline, class of ticket or affinity membership. The Boston lounge features a work area complete with desktop computers and wi-fi; a dining area with complimentary snacks and beverages, including alcohol; and a relaxation area furnished with comfortable seating and flat screen TVs and monitors. Passengers are also able to enjoy panoramic views of the airfield through floor to ceiling bay windows.

Nancy Knipp, senior vice president, ALD, said, “As the largest airport in New England and one of the fastest growing in the USA, Boston Logan International Airport is the ideal location for our newest lounge, having served approximately 33.5 million passengers in 2015. An increasing number of airports and airlines across the country are experiencing tremendous success partnering with ALD to accommodate the growing demand from travelers looking for an alternative to restrictive and expensive lounge products.”

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