Escape Lounge is similar to other first-class lounges at other airports, except it is open to all passengers, not just those traveling on certain airlines. The lounge, located past the security checkpoint, allows passengers to enjoy food, drinks, and use computers, printers, and Wi-Fi access before their flights. The new lounge follows Air Lingus’ recent introduction of direct flights to Dublin this.
Kevin A. Dillon, A.A.E., Executive Director and CEO of the Connecticut Airport Authority, said: “We are pleased to be adding the Escape Lounge to our growing menu of options at Bradley International Airport. As we continue to expand Bradley’s route structure, we’re also focused on enhancing the Airport’s facilities and services. The addition of a state-of-the-art lounge such as this is one more example of our efforts to provide our passengers with more choices and amenities. The Escape Lounge will be a key customer service enhancement and one that will distinguish us from our competitors. We’re pleased to have partnered with MAG USA on this important initiative and look forward to introducing the lounge to our passengers.”
The New England Council congratulates Bradley International Airport on opening the lounge and for continuing to expand services for passengers. Read more in the press release and in MassLive.
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