At the Malaysia Book of Records presentation, Dato’ Samson Anand George, Chief Operating Officer of Nasim Sdn Bhd remarked, “It is a proud moment for the Peugeot Lounge to be recognized by the Malaysia Book of Records for being the first automotive airport lounge and we are thankful of this recognition.”
He added, “The Peugeot Lounge gives our customers one of the best ownership experience by providing a comfortable departure point for our customers to unwind and relax before boarding their flights. It is with such brand-building exercises that we wish to continue winning the loyalty of existing and potential Peugeot owners.”
The lounge is open to all Peugeot owners on outbound flights from the Subang Skypark Terminal. It offers patrons complimentary refreshments, Wi-Fi and Internet services, Astro, flight information display, newspapers and magazines, a meeting room and a VIP room. Exclusive Peugeot merchandises are also available for sale at the Skypark lounge.
Two years since its inception, more than 11,000 Peugeot owners have visited and patronized the lounge. Aside from its owners and friends, prominent figures such as ministers, corporate leaders and celebrities have enjoyed facilities at the lounge. Prominent events held at the lounge in the past year or so included the Ministry of Tourism’s Visit Year Malaysia bash, Circle K convenient store introduction and more.
Due to its growing popularity at the airport, the Peugeot Lounge is now affiliated to premium international lounge operators such as Priority Pass, Dragon Pass, Angel Airport UK and Skypark.
Owners who wish to chill at the lounge only need to flash a Peugeot Privilege card or car key, along with a boarding pass. They are also able to bring a guest or two, each with a valid boarding pass. The lounge operates from 6am to 8pm daily and is located on the first floor of the Subang Skypark terminal.
For more information on the Peugeot Lounge, log on to www.peugeot.com.my/peugeotlounge or call 03-77341075.