Plaza Premium will open its first airport lounge in Japan next year.
When the Plaza Premium Lounge opens at Chubu Centrair International Airport (NGO) in 2022, it will expand the group's portfolio to over 250 locations across 70 international airports and 30 countries.
Inaugurated in 2005, Chubu Centrair International Airport was constructed on an artificial island in Ise Bay, 35km south of Nagoya in central Japan. It handles approximately 13 million travelers from around the world annually.
“The opening of our first Plaza Premium Lounge in Japan presents very exciting opportunities for Plaza Premium Group as we continue to grow our footprint in the North Asia region,” said Jonathan Song, Global Business Development Director of Plaza Premium Group. “Nagoya is one of Japan’s most significant economic centers, we are thrilled to be launching their first airport lounge with a potential to serve travelers from various international destinations.”
Located within the international departure hall, spanning 450 square metres, the new lounge offers a comfortable environment for passengers to relax and unwind before departing for their destinations.
“We are confident that Plaza Premium Group’s debut in Japan will allow our passengers from home and abroad to enjoy more comfortable and luxurious space and time in the airport before departing for international travel,” said Noriteru Maeda, Board Member at Chubu Centrair International Airport. “Jointly with Plaza Premium Group, we will further enhance our airport services to meet and exceed our customer expectations.”© Travel News Asia