Plaza Premium group to expand across 11 international airports including Dubai

Plaza Premium Lounge at the Dubai International Airport will open in December

Plaza Premium Lounge at the Dubai International Airport will span across 1,260 square metres
Plaza Premium Lounge at the Dubai International Airport will span across 1,260 square metres

The Plaza Premium Group is set to expand its global footprint and enhance products across 11 international airports – Dubai International Airport in UAE; Beijing Daxing International Airport in China, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and Denver International Airport in US, Heathrow in UK, Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Indonesia; Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia, Singapore Changi Airport, Sydney Airport in Australia; Toronto Pearson International Airport in Canada and Hong Kong International Airport.

The Group’s brand Plaza Premium Lounge at the Dubai International Airport will open in December 2019 and will span across 1,260 square metres, the largest independent pay-per-use lounge at the airport’s terminal three. 

Speakign about their expansion plans, the group’s founder and CEO said Song Hoi-see said:  “Year 2019 and 2020 will mark a big leap forward for Plaza Premium Group and we are committed to serve over 16 million travellers by the end of 2020, a 10% increase compared to where we are now. 

“In addition to expanding in US, China and Indonesia as part of our US$100 million investment in coming years, we continue to strengthen our leading position in the existing markets by creating a holistic departure, transit and arrival experience. Our businesses have been going strength to strength thanks to our airport, airline and corporate partners, and our valued guests.  Not the least, our heartfelt gratitude to a team of dedicated and passionate ‘Plaza’ family for making successes around the world," he added.

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