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Bahrain Airport Lounge Voted Best In MENA

March 14- Bahrain’s Dilmun Lounge was voted the best airport lounge in the Middle East and Africa (MENA) in a survey of more than 30,000 passengers from all over the world.  Priority Pass, the independent airport lounge program, conducted the survey. Priority Pass gives frequent travelers access to airport lounges regardless of their class of travel or airline.

Passengers were asked to pick their favorite lounge from a list of 600.  Peru’s Jorge Chavez International Airport claimed the top spot, reclaiming its position in 2009.  Travelers praised its business facilities, and relaxation rooms with blankets, pillows and showers.  Jonathan French, head of brand at Priority Pass, said “The awards reflect truly exemplary service standards from the SUMAQ VIP lounge and our other award winners.”   Zurich’s Paranormal Lounge was named the best in Europe Continental Presidents Club at Terminal E in Houston, Texas was voted the best lounge in North America.

 

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