Special assistance lounge opens at Gatwick

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TRAVEL GAZETTE – London Gatwick has opened a new airline lounge in its North Terminal for passengers who require special assistance.

‘We are delighted to open this new area for passengers who require special assistance and have taken great care to ensure the facility offers a premium style feel while also meeting the needs of our passengers,’ Head of Terminal Operations, Andy Pule, said.

Gatwick Airport is the UK’s second largest airport.

According to the airport, the area has been designed with ‘a premium lounge feel, providing bespoke chairs and soft furnishings to provide a quiet, calm environment for passengers to relax in before their flight.’

The 56 square metre site also has a dedicated reception area with hearing induction loops, water fountain and toilet facilities.

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