American Express and Collinson Group Remove Restaurants and Cafes from Priority Pass Memberships

By Anna Breuer on 11 July 2019
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Bobby Van's will no longer be part of Priority Pass

Bobby Van’s will no longer be part of Priority Pass

Collinson Group announced that those holding Priority Pass memberships from American Express will no longer have access to the majority of restaurants and cafes at airports at which the service currently offers a credit.

Starting August 1, access to what the company refers to as “non-lounge airport experiences” will be discontinued with the exception of six Minute Suites locations, the Grain Store café at London Gatwick Airport, and a sleep’n’fly, which offers sleeping pods, at Dubai International Airport.

In addition, the company is changing its guest-access policy for Premium Plaza Lounges. Starting September 1, only one person will be able to join a cardmember as a guest.

Holders of the Priority Pass card will continue to have access to over 1,200 airport lounges across the globe.

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