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Collinson is opening new lounges across the United States in 2019.
In response to growing demand from Priority Pass members and travelers, Collinson is investing in airport lounges and additional airport services by opening seven new lounges across the U.S. this year, through its subsidiary Airport Lounge Development Inc (ALD).
Two new lounges have been already opened at McCarran International Airport (Terminal 1, Concourse D) in Las Vegas and Jacksonville International Airport (Main Concourse). Five additional U.S. lounges are to come later this year which will make a total of 20 lounges operated by the group in the United States.
New lounges will be opened in:
- Miami International Airport
- Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport – second planned location, joining the existing lounge in Terminal A
- Charleston International Airport
- Buffalo Niagara International Airport
- Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
The two newly opened lounges offer high-end and high-quality space to travelers. There are dedicated zones for productivity, relaxation, rest, replenishment, and refreshment where guests can find what they're looking for. Travelers can buy a $40 day pass to enjoy hospitability of the lounges or visit lounges for free if they have membership in a qualifying program or have a credit card that offers Priority Pass benefits.