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Collinson’s Priority Pass™ Access India and LoungeKey to Provide Enhanced Travel Ecosystem Experiences to Visa Cardholders

Priority Pass™ Access India, a new domestic lounge experience owned and operated by Collinson, announces a new partnership with payment network Visa. The agreement will see cardholders in India under the Visa domestic lounge programme gain access to Priority Pass’s extensive lounge network in India.

Eligible payment cardholders under Visa’s domestic lounge programme in India can enjoy access to over 50 premium lounges and airport experiences located across all major cities in India, simply by tapping or swiping their Visa credit or debit card on Pine Labs’ point of sale (POS) terminals. When travelling internationally, Visa cardholders can continue to enjoy lounge access and experiences through LoungeKey – Priority Pass Access India’s global sister brand – all through their existing Visa cards.

Eligible cardholders under this programme will also have access to a comprehensive range of merchant offers across the Indian airport ecosystem, through Collinson’s strategic local partner Poshvine, where they can avail of discount offers across dining, retail, spa, airport transfers, meet & greets and sleeping pods. Eligible cardholders may also use co-funded value vouchers at leading quick-service restaurants and with ride-hailing services to add further joy to their travel. This partnership represents the possibilities of creating a seamless travel experience, enhancing Visa’s cardholders’ journeys at every touch point through access to a holistic travel ecosystem.

Todd Handcock, President, Asia Pacific at Collinson said, “India remains one of the world’s busiest domestic travel markets, and we hope to facilitate this strong desire to travel by providing our clients’ customers with a touch of luxury in a safe and comfortable environment. We are delighted to announce a partnership with Visa in India which will offer frequent travellers not only easy access to over 50 premium domestic airport lounges, but a broader ecosystem of experiences that enhance journeys at every touch point.”

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