An Airport Lounge May Just Be the Solution to Your Travel Worries // Norwegian

to be published at norwegianreward.com

Pre-book an airport lounge with Lounge Pass at the beginning and end of every trip from £13.50.

No matter how well we plan our trips, getting to the airport can be a very stressful experience for many of us when traveling. It’s difficult to daydream about our well-deserved holidays when we are stuck for hours in noisy terminals with nowhere to sit amongst busy, overpriced restaurants. Travel anxiety has even become a buzzword of our generation – so used to extended traveling, yet so often stressed and overwhelmed in the lead up to it.

An airport lounge is the ideal place for you to escape the crowds, and this is where Lounge Pass comes to the rescue! Lounge Pass is the world’s leading pre-bookable single access airport lounge provider. It offers pre-bookable airport lounge access at both the outward and homeward ends of any journey. Pre-booking guarantees you access to a comfortable space where you can relax before boarding, help yourself to a range of refreshments, or simply kick-back in comfortable seating.

Whatever airline or class of travel, you can now start your journey at the airport with the peace and quiet of an airport lounge, far from the crowds. Moreover, if you have a connecting flight, there are extended stay lounges that you can book for up to 6 hours whilst waiting to board your onward flight. Airport Lounges are no longer just for elite frequent flyers, but for all of us looking to improve our airport experience for as little as £ 13.50.*

Keep in touch with the world with Wi- Fi, TV and a selection of newspapers and magazines, and truly enjoy the wait.* With a choice of over 600 lounges worldwide at over 350 airports, this is a unique and invaluable service worth trying. Make your outward and return flight that little more special with Lounge Pass.

Aspire Lounge at Helsinki Vantaa, Terminal 2

The modern design, complete with natural textures, retro-styled pod chairs and brightly coloured seating is bound to make an instant impression. The lounge is also open to non-Schengen passengers not in transit and boasts Wi-Fi access, shower facilities, televisions and a full range of refreshments.

Star Alliance Lounge at Paris Charles De Gaulle, Terminal 1

This creative and distinctly Parisian lounge features striking photography and privacy dividers inspired by the “arrondissements” of the city. With spacious shower suites, an outdoor terrace for smokers, a range of refreshments and power points and USB charging stations, the lounge caters for all the needs of a traveller.

OSL Lounge at Oslo Gardermoen

With stylish surroundings, an extensive magazine rack and a wide selection of snacks and refreshing drinks, OSL offers travellers a little bit of luxury. Soft lighting and potted foliage all add to the tranquil ambient, while Wi-Fi and comfortable chairs make this lounge ideal for relaxing pre-flight.

Primeclass Lounge at New York NY JFK, Terminal 1

Designed to offer you a convenient and comfortable service and take the hassle out of getting through the airport, this Primeclass Lounge combines elegant form and function. It offers light refreshments, drinks and newspapers – or, if you’d rather stay connected, Wi-Fi.

Air France – Klm Lounge at San Francisco International, International Terminal

The lounge is a calm and comfortable haven from the hustle and bustle of the airport, generously equipped with comfortable seating, a bar and smart TVs. Whatever time of day you’re flying, you’ll find a buffet full of delicious treats, so elax with your favourite drink and something delicious to eat.

* Prices and Facilities are subject to change at any time.


 to be published at norwegianreward.com

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