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3 August 2022

SLOW and Airlink sign lounge access agreement

From today, Airlink’s premium and qualifying passengers travelling on its domestic and regional flights, have access to SLOW lounges at Johannesburg’s, Cape Town’s and Durban’s international airports.

Iain Meaker, CEO for Slow Lounges stated: “Airlink has signed a lounge agreement that will see its passengers enjoy our renowned lounge hospitality. We are very excited and honored to be associated with premium brand Airlink, and to assist in making its passengers travel through the major airports in South Africa a truly memorable and relaxing experience.”

The lounges were built to be exceptional and distinct and offer the following activities and features:

  • • A selection of luxury snacks, light meals, canapes and delectable desserts
  • • Freshly brewed coffee and premium beverage and wine selections
  • • Private rooms
  • • Private marble bathrooms, serviced & cleaned after each use
  • • Free high capacity, unlimited WiFi, with multiple power outlets throughout the lounge
  • • A Living Library and a variety of complimentary media publications and newspapers
  • • Our complimentary spa offering being re-introduced on 1 September, a perfect way to relax before your flight
  • • Continued heightened attention to hygiene and sanitising safety protocols

Following the signing of the Airlink lounge agreement with SLOW, Rodger Foster, CEO and Managing Director of Airlink stated “We are very excited to partner with SLOW, as it offers our customers a unique value proposition and a memorable experience as they embark on their journey with Airlink.“