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STL’s Wingtips Lounge Partners with Priority Pass

Posted on February 26, 2020 in Media Releases

Wingtips St. Louis, the only common-use lounge at St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL), has announced a new partnership with Priority Pass.  Passengers with Priority Pass can now enjoy all the amenities of Wingtips, which offers guests a private space to relax, refresh and recharge while they wait for their flight.  Wingtips St. Louis is located near Gate E29 in Terminal 2, which serves Southwest Airlines.

“We are excited to extend our partnership with Priority Pass to our St. Louis location,” said Sally Leible, President and CEO of Airport Terminal Services, which owns and operates Wingtips. “We know travelers are always looking for ways to improve their travel experience. Wingtips is the perfect place for those who want to enjoy exceptional service in a quiet and serene atmosphere. Priority Pass members traveling through St. Louis now have a great option where they can relax and unwind prior to their flight.”

Priority Pass, owned by Collinson Group, is the world’s largest network of independent lounges, offering program members access to over 1,300 airport lounges across the world. Wingtips and Priority Pass have a long-standing partnership in their JFK location and are eager to add STL to the collection of lounges.

Guests from any airline traveling in any class of service are welcome in the Wingtips Lounge. The lounge offers complimentary in-lounge amenities, including food, non-alcoholic beverages, a selection of spirits, wines, and beers for guests 21 and older, in-lounge restrooms and more. In addition to accepting Priority Pass, guests can also access Wingtips St. Louis by purchasing a single-visit pass or Wingtips membership. Learn more by visiting www.WingtipsLounge.com