Lounge at Krasnodar International available to Priority Pass customers

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Priority Pass travelers using Krasnodar International Airport in Russia will now be able to access the Comfort Lounge located on the second floor of the Domestic terminal. The Comfort Lounge opened at the airport in December 2014.

Priority Pass cardholders can access the lounge regardless of the airline or ticket class, provided a membership card is presented at the reception desk. The Comfort Lounge can accommodate over 80 passengers and offers free wi-fi, a complimentary lunch buffet and access to a selection of newspapers and magazines.

Leonid Sergeyev, CEO for Basel Aero, the airport operator, said, “Krasnodar International Airport has made one more step towards the expansion of its services. As a participant of the Priority Pass program, the airport offers customer friendly services to passengers waiting for flights. We’re going to launch a similar program in other Basel Aero airports. Priority Pass will soon be introduced in the airports in Anapa and Gelendzhik.”

Stephen Simpson, global marketing director for Priority Pass, said, “Priority Pass is delighted to be able to expand our program to include Krasnodar Airport and the other lounges managed by Basel Aero. These are important additions for our growing Russian clientele, as well as international travelers doing business or traveling through Russia.”

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