Premier Lounge For LBIA

Invited guests get a feel for LBIA’s new Premier Lounge, (l-r) LBIA’s Tony Hallwood, the Lady Mayoress Councillor Andrea McKenna and Lord Mayor, Councillor James McKenna. (LBIA)

Invited guests get a feel for LBIA’s new Premier Lounge, (l-r) LBIA’s Tony Hallwood, the Lady Mayoress Councillor Andrea McKenna and Lord Mayor, Councillor James McKenna. (LBIA)

THE LORD Mayor of Leeds, Councillor James McKenna, officially opened Leeds Bradford International Airport’s (LBIA) contemporary new Premier Lounge on July 12.
All departing passengers will now have the opportunity to enjoy the Premier Lounge’s comfortable surroundings and business facilities, irrespective of the airline they are travelling with, their class of travel or their destination.
LBIA’s £400,000 investment to re-design and enhance its previous facility was officially unveiled for the first time to guests who were able to experience the stylish environment.  The Premier Lounge includes separate zones for relaxation, refreshment and business including a self-contained meeting or private function room and can accommodate over 100 guests, with 50% more floor space.
Passengers can use the new facility for a fee of £10 per person (subject to conditions) and can either pre-book at www.leedsbradfordairport.co.uk or simply walk in prior to departure subject to availability.
Tony Hallwood, Commercial Director for Leeds Bradford International Airport, said: “As Yorkshire’s Gateway Airport, our aim is to create a relaxing experience for both our business and leisure passengers with great ambiance and service.  We are committed to enhancing the airport’s facilities to deliver ‘best in class’ products and services and look forward to passengers taking advantage of this excellent new addition to our airport.”