- GIS has been working with Vueling since 2012, when the Vueling Pass card was launched. With this new service GIS is consolidating its position as the airline’s preferential services partner
- Vueling provides this service through two direct channels: Vueling.com and mobile App, with rates starting at 25 euros
Vueling, the leading airline at Barcelona’s El Prat airport, and GIS, a firm that provides preferential services for airports and passenger carriers, are now offering a new service for passengers: individual access to airport VIP lounges. To make waiting for a flight or connection more comfortable, all Vueling passengers can now purchase a pass to these exclusive lounges on booking their flight.
This new service, which will be available at 40 of Europe’s leading airports at rates starting at 25 euros, will mean Vueling passengers can enhance their travel experience by booking an individual access to a VIP lounge, regardless of their flight ticket rate. Access will only be valid on flight departure, arrival or connection dates.
Vueling is thus offering its passengers the possibility of making use of all the services available at VIP lounges --among them relaxation areas, showers, WiFi, computers, buffet catering and a selection of newspapers and magazines-- prior to boarding their flight. A VIP lounge pass can be purchased on the airline’s webpage (www.Vueling.com), its mobile App, or through the flight booking confirmation email.
The service is already available at the following 21 airports: Alicante, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Bologna, Brussels, Budapest, Cardiff, Dusseldorf, Stockholm, Malaga, Rome-Fiumicino, Gothenburg, Hamburg, London-Gatwick, Lisbon, Madrid, Munich, Milan, Palma de Mallorca and Prague; another airports will join the list in October: Belfast, Bilbao, Birmingham, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Geneva, London Heathrow, Manchester, Oslo and Zurich.
Vueling, which already offers GIS’s VIP lounge service for Excellence passengers, is now extending the service to all passengers looking for a more comfortable, attentive flight experience, particularly those travelling on business, which currently make up 40% of the airline’s customers.