(PRWEB) December 15, 2004
Priority Pass, the worldÂs largest independent airport VIP lounge access program has signalled the increasing importance of the Chinese markets by launching dedicated, Chinese-language websites (Simplified and Traditional Chinese) for the increasing number of customers in the regions.
ÂOur membership in Greater China and throughout South-East Asia continues to grow, and we are seeing increasing interest from both business partners and travellers themselves,Â commented Steve Pinches, Managing Director, Priority Pass. ÂOur new Chinese websites will enable us to better serve these markets, as well as open new dialogues with potential sales and marketing partners.Â
Priority Pass is a unique program, that offers members access to over 450 VIP lounges in airports around the world, irrespective of which airline or which class of travel is flown. As such it can enhance the travel experience for travellers and, at the same time, reduce business travel costs. It is now possible for travellers to switch to economy class and enjoy a more flexible choice of airlines, without losing one of the most important benefits.
The program of lounges in Greater China is growing rapidly and now includes major cities: Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Kaohsiung, Macau, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Taipei, Tianjin and Xiamen.
With the business travel market in Greater China expected by many industry experts to see a substantial growth rate over the next few years, Priority Pass anticipates a boom in business for its market-leading program.
Winnie Lo, Executive Director of Priority Pass Asia-Pacific commented, ÂNot only do we offer excellent coverage of airport VIP lounges in Greater China and South-East Asia, but our program also offers an unmatched portfolio of locations in every corner of the world, something that every serious business traveller values highly.Â