Cheap.co.uk looks at airport lounge quote data

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Online travel extras website http://www.cheap.co.uk looks over their airport lounge quote data to advise popular airports and booking timeframes. The company found almost fifty percent of travellers booked a month or more in advance.

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Cheap.co.uk looks at airport lounge quote data.

.74% were travellers requesting prices for airport lounges that day, 4.97% were looking for access the following day

Cheap.co.uk has looked over their vip lounge data for the end of March 2013 and found almost fifty percent of travellers were looking to book their airport lounge over a month in advance.

Of the total number of quotes, 7.74% were travellers requesting prices for airport lounges that day, 4.97% were looking for access the following day, 16.57% within the next seven days of quoting and 48.62% requesting prices more then a month in advance.

A spokesmen for the company commented: “we were expecting more quotes for those looking for lounge access the next couple of days after the quote date but from the above it appears travellers are thinking about pre-booking their airport lounge further in advance.”

Products such as Gatwick airport lounges and Heathrow lounge s are always expected to perform well but Manchester topped the quote counter with 25.41% of the total quotes aimed towards this airport. Leeds and Newcastle both faired well also with 13.81 and 13.26 percent respectively.

Airport lounges are a travel extra which were formerly aimed at just the vip and business travellers among us, allowing a set time in a quieter area of the airport. This has changed in recent years and has become more popular with the leisure traveller looking to start their holiday travels in a more relaxed manner.

About Cheap.co.uk:

Cheap.co.uk offers a number of travel extras including vip luxury airport lounges at airports across the UK such as Gatwick, Heathrow and Manchester.

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