easyJet launches easyJetLounges
easyJet has teamed up with Servisair/GlobeGround to launch easyJetLounges.
Passengers can now book Lounges at all but three of easyJet’s 14 European bases (excludes Belfast, Basel and Paris Orly). Travellers can book this facility at a total of 33 airports throughout Europe using the simple, quick and easy online booking system, from as little as £12.00.
Servisair/GlobeGround have developed a brand new Lounge at Nottingham East Midlands Airport which will open in June. More airport lounges will be available via easyJetLounges over the next few months.
The Lounges offer complimentary beers, wines and spirits, beverages, snacks, comfortable seating and access to business facilities. easyJetLounges offers the most competitive prices on the net and always quotes final prices upfront, including all relevant service charges and taxes.
easyJetLounges can be booked at www.easyjet.com and the special booking site is currently available in English but will available in key European languages including French, German, Spanish, Italian and Dutch by 1 September. The website accepts multiple currencies and caters for customers wishing to see prices in UK Sterling, Euros, Danish Krone and Swiss Francs.
Hemant Desai, easyJet Head of Ancillary Revenue, comments “This jointly developed Lounge booking service compliments easyJet.com as a one stop travel shop, offering our business and leisure travellers a simple, quick and easy website with a wide choice of products at the most competitive prices.
Servisair/GlobeGround’s Executive Vice President UK & Ireland, Bernard Farrell, comments “easyJet’s decision to launch easyJetLounges with Servisair/GlobeGround as it’s partner, reaffirms our position as the leading provider of airport Lounges offering customers quality facilities at highly competitive rates. Extending Servisair/GlobeGround’s service to an additional 26 million easyJet customers will strengthen Servisair/GlobeGround’s ability to further extend its portfolio of competitively priced Lounge access at airports across Europe.”