Regus teams up with AA on workspace

9th Oct 2006

American Airlines and Regus Group, have announced a relationship that will provide American Airlines Admirals Club members access to the Regus network of more than 750 business centers in 60 countries. Regus clients also will have access to American’s Admirals Club conference room facilities at Admirals Club member rates under the new agreement.

Under the terms of the agreement, all Admirals Club members will receive complimentary enrollment in the Regus Executive Club membership effective immediately.

Admirals Club members will receive unlimited access to Regus’ prestigious business lounges in downtown areas and major suburban markets in 350 cities providing additional locations to the more than 40 Admirals Club airport business lounges.

Regus business lounges and Admirals Club conference room facilities provide professional work environments that travelers need to be more efficient. In addition, as members of the Regus Executive Club, Admirals Club members also will be able to rent fully furnished offices per hour or day, meeting rooms, videoconferencing studios and business support services at preferred rates.

American operates more than 40 Admirals Club lounges worldwide. The Admirals Club has become synonymous with comfort, productivity and convenience at major airports throughout the United States, Canada, Caribbean, Europe, Asia and Latin America. Membership provides the key to private surroundings where members can relax or work before, after or between flights and enjoy personalized, professional service from club staff.


“The Admirals Club provides increased productivity for our members and guests while at the airport. Now in addition to the convenience of bringing your meeting attendees from multiple locations together at a convenient airport location, American Airlines is pleased to provide added value to the Admirals Club membership through access to the Regus network of suburban and downtown office and meeting facilities,” said David Cush, American’s Sr. Vice President Global Sales. “This agreement is the most recent example of American’s continued focus on enhancing the value of the Admirals Club product in our suite of customer loyalty products.”

Regus Group CEO Mark Dixon said, “The greatest productivity challenge for business travelers is having an appropriate place to work with full business support while they are on the road. Our business lounges, offices and meeting spaces were specifically designed to meet the demands of business travelers.”

“The Regus Group is taking another major step forward in providing the growing number of mobile workers with the tools they need to be most productive while traveling,” Dixon said. “In partnering with an industry leader like American Airlines, we will show its Admiral Club members the numerous benefits of our fully furnished and equipped workplaces around the world.”


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