PLAZA Premium Lounge Management will celebrate 15 years of running airport lounges, transit hotels and other services by undertaking an aggressive expansion plan that includes entry into the Australian and European markets.
Song Hoi-See, founder and CEO of Plaza Premium Lounge Management, said: “By 2015, we will add 50 new locations in existing and new airports around the world. We will look to expand in mainland China, Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America.”
The company will launch a new flagship lounge in Hong Kong International Airport, to be the biggest and largest pay-in lounge in the region. It will open lounges in Sydney’s airport and London’s Heathrow airport, heralding Plaza Premium’s entry into the Australian and European markets respectively.
New lounges have also been planned for Macau and Kuala Lumpur at KLIA2.
In India, Mumbai will get one pay-in lounge, Bengaluru International Airport will see two new pay-in lounges and the lounge at New Delhi’s airport’s Terminal 3 will be upgraded. The city’s first-ever transit hotel will come up in Bengaluru, while a major expansion is on the cards for the transit hotel at Hyderabad.
This year, Plaza Premium has already added lounges at the airports of Kota Kinabalu, Kuching and Penang in Malaysia, as well as Edmonton in Canada. The lounge at Toronto Pearson International Airport has undergone major expansion and the world’s first airport organic spa, Wellness Spa, was opened in Singapore Changi Airport.
To further mark the company’s 15th anniversary, Plaza Premium Lounge Management has also unveiled a new logo.