US-based Airport Lounge Development (ALD) has successfully completed the expansion of the lounge at Pittsburgh International Airport.
Known as The Club Pittsburgh International, the lounge’s space and seats have been increased to accommodate more than 100 travellers.
The expansion project was carried out to cater to the growing demand for The Club experience.
ALD senior vice-president Nancy Knipp said: “From 2017 to 2018, the original lounge space experienced a 50% increase in guests. Each month we welcomed over 7,000 guests, a number that exceeded our expectations.
“As we continue to see the demand for The Club lounge experience rise, we are excited to provide a larger, more enhanced location for Pittsburgh International Airport visitors looking to work or relax.”
The Club will offer visitors a scenic view of the airfield, specialty cocktails, and buffet services, as well as other benefits.
ALD’s signature ‘zones’ also feature in The Club, including a Replenish Zone offering premium spirits, wines and beers, and a Resting Zone, which is a dedicated quiet space for guests.
The Club Pittsburgh International also features a Refresh Zone, self-enclosed Privacy Zone, and a Cell-Free Zone.
The Productivity Zone at the lounge comprises a community workspace, ergonomic task chairs, multiple US and international electrical outlets and USB ports.
The lounge offers complimentary computer, printer and privacy seating, allowing guests to make phone calls, read or use the available Wi-Fi.
Pittsburgh International Airport chief commercial officer Eric Sprys said: “The Club at Pittsburgh International has been a success and we are pleased to see it expand to be able to accommodate even more travellers.
“Our goal is to continue improving the customer experience through new and updated features and amenities. Shared use lounges are becoming more popular at airports across the country and we’re happy to have this new and expanded option for our travellers.”