New BlackBerry app finds nearest Priority Pass airport lounge via GPS

New BlackBerry app finds nearest Priority Pass airport lounge via GPS

Members of global airport lounge network Priority Pass can now find information on local lounges using a new BlackBerry app.

The app follows a few months after the Priority Pass iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad apps, and lets business travellers find their nearest lounge using GPS or a search function.

The basic information you'll need -- location, hours, and facilities -- is all there with a few swipes of your finger, which is a big plus when arriving at an unfamiliar airport.

The app's useful for people who aren't Priority Pass members too: in some airports, Priority Pass lounges allow pay-per-use entry for the equivalent of A$10-20. 

Membership details aren't needed to use the app, so everyone can use it, and it's easy to find a particular lounge's entry fee with a quick Google search.

The app is free and available now from the BlackBerry App World.

John Walton

John Walton (John Walton)


Aviation journalist and travel columnist John took his first long-haul flight when he was eight weeks old and hasn't looked back since. Well, except when facing rearwards in business class.


25 Oct, 2016 07:25 pm


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