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Passengers travelling from Liverpool John Lennon Airport who are looking for a quiet place to work or relax before their flight will be delighted with the news that Servisair has just opened a superb new Executive Lounge facility.

The stylish 200m² Halewood International Lounge gives all departing passengers the opportunity to enjoy high quality surroundings and business facilities, irrespective of the airline they are travelling, their class of travel or their destination.

Open from 0430-2030 daily, the new Lounge provides seating for 50 passengers and offers a range of exclusive services including:
Comfortable leather seating
Bar area featuring complimentary beers, wines and spirits, beverages, soft drinks and snacks
Newspapers and magazines
Television and flight information screens
Wi-Fi, internet access, telephone and fax.

Commenting on the new facility, Vic Brodrick, Commercial Director of Peel Airports Group said "Peel Airports Group is delighted to be able to offers passengers the opportunity to use the fantastic new Servisair Lounge, which will further enhance the travel experience of flying from Liverpool John Lennon Airport".

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