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Airline Association providing new executive lounge at GAIA
Web Posted - Mon Jul 02 2007
BRITISH Airways is providing new Airline Lounge facilities in BGI for Silver and Gold Executive Club members plus passengers travelling in Club World from June 8, 2007. The lounge was built by the Airline Association of which BA is a member.

The new lounge offers guaranteed comfort and state-of-the-art facilities to suit your every business need, as well as your personal needs. Architecturally designed, the Airline Association is confident they offer one of the best Executive Lounges in the Caribbean.

Boasting top-notch facilities such as multi-channel televisions, computers with Internet access, wireless internet access for laptops, fax and photocopying facilities also fully stocked bars, complemented with relaxing and cosy seating.

" Opening times are from 5:30 until the last flight of participating airlines " The lounge is located airside, post security just three minutes walk to any BA gate " The seating capacity of the lounge is 200 plus " Premium bar, snacks, pastries and fruit are all provided for lounge guests " There are two PCs with wired connection & wireless connectivity (both free) " The lounge is shared with other airlines to varying degrees depending on schedules (AA/VS/JM/AC) " For customers added convenience there is a childrens room with big screen TV for cartoons, etc. (please note the lounge will not be hosted by uniformed BA staff)

There will be adequate staffing to ensure that guests always receive personalised attention. Membership will be made available at practical rates, through the Airline Association  for individuals and companies.

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