Turks and Caicos Airport Lounge Completes Upgrade Project

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - May 6, 2018

By Dana Niland
CJ Contributor

The VIP Flyers Club, a private airport lounge at the airport in Providenciales, Turks & Caicos, has completed a $150,000 renovation program.

The project includes upgraded lounge offers, along with many new enhancements, including the club’s signature Expedited Airport Services.

“The VIP Flyers Club provides an exclusive expedited service to our customers making the entire airport experience easy, relaxing and seamless,” said Caesar Campbell, Managing Director of Olympia Destination Management Company. “Now our VIP guests will enjoy our services in a more modern, beautiful space than before, with additional perks and impeccable service.”

The new and improved 40-seat, luxury VIP Flyers Club offers guests privacy, comfort and service with the intention of “extending the vacation for travelers and making it a pleasant experience from touchdown to takeoff.”

VIP Flyers Club guests entering the country will be met by a greeting agent immediately upon arrival and be expedited through Immigration and Customs and then escorted to their private transport.

VIP Flyers Club service guarantees its guests “toes in the sand” as soon as physically possible.

Those guests departing the islands will be personally escorted and expedited at airline check-ins and security checkpoint lines with no waiting times.

After the process is completed, they will have full access to the brand-new, redesigned VIP Lounge where they will enjoy Wifi, loaner laptops, printers, scanners, air-conditioning, satellite TV, international calls, magazines, newspapers and light refreshments including coffees and wine.

Within the lounge itself, upgrades include new comfortable seating, as well as new floors, tables and artwork.

The color scheme features relaxing, muted neutrals with pops of Caribbean colors and art.

New amenities include cappuccino and espresso makers, as well as complimentary Whispering Angel rose wine.

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