2nd Plaza Premium Lounge opens at Ferenc Liszt Int'l
Plaza Premium Lounge has opened its second lounge in Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, only a month after opening the first one, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
The new lounge, which opened in March, accommodates 65 seats and offers a view of the runway. It is also the only lounge at the airport's Non-Schengen area to offer shower facilities to travelers.
The range of services available at the lounge includes free high-speed Wi-Fi, digital reading materials, as well as beverages and both Hungarian and international delicacies.
“We are delighted to bring the second Plaza Premium Lounge at Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport, and serve different types of travelers’ needs, including Schengen and Non-Schengen areas. The opening marks another significant milestone in the history for us to expand our footprints in Europe, at the same time bringing our group’s core value, convenience, comfort, love, and care to our travelers," says Okan Kufeci, regional general manager Europe, Middle East, and Africe at Plaza Premium Lounge.
“Partnering with Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport further strengthens our growing footprint in Europe, together, we are looking forward to further expanding our award-winning, best-in-class signature hospitality with our second lounge at the airport," he adds.
Chris Dinsdale, CEO of Budapest Airport notes, “Budapest Airport scored its best-ever result in the international passenger satisfaction survey (ASQ) last quarter. We have achieved an improvement in all 37 categories, which means that our HUF 70 billion worth of developments and service enhancements implemented over the past three years, and our efforts to enhance the passenger experience have paid off. We happily welcome the addition of a new lounge to our range of services, thus enriching the range of premium services at Ferenc Liszt International Airport.”
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