Swissport opens Aspire Crystal Lounge in the new East Wing at Geneva Airport
Swissport is opening its second lounge at Geneva International Airport on 1 February 2022. Located in the new East Wing of the airport, the new ASPIRE Crystal Lounge will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. It is accessible to all passengers for an admission fee of 45 Swiss francs.
Built with natural materials such as stone and wood, the ASPIRE Crystal Lounge welcomes passengers in a sleek and serene environment. The textures and colors of the interior immerse visitors in a mountainous setting, while large windows provide views of the Swiss Alpine peaks across Lake Geneva.
The ASPIRE Crystal Lounge is open to all passengers daily from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The admission fee is 45 francs. Swiss International Air Lines First Class passengers & HON members, Priority Pass and DragonPass members as well as members of the ASPIRE network have access to the lounge free of charge. The new lounge offers a broad range of catering and refreshment services as well as a fully equipped business area where comfortable and stimulating décor provide a working environment that promotes concentration and creativity.
"With this opening, we expand the ASPIRE Lounge offering in Switzerland from 5 to 6 lounges at the airports in Zurich (3), Geneva (2) and Basel (1), making us the largest airline-independent lounge provider in Switzerland and Europe," says Samuel Hunziker, Vice President Global Lounge of Swissport. "Our new Aspire Crystal Lounge in the East Wing of Geneva Airport invites long-haul passengers to relax, enjoy and work. We are confident it will delight our guests and contribute to the attractiveness of Geneva Airport."
The ASPIRE Crystal Lounge joins a steadily growing list of 60 Swissport lounges at 35 airports in 20 countries, welcoming more than 5 million passengers per year. New ASPIRE lounges are opening soon in Perth, Australia; Kilimanjaro, Tanzania; and Ontario, California.
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