Plaza Premium Group has been appointed by EL AL Airlines the national Airline of Israel to manage the new King David Lounge at London Heathrow Airport
Plaza Premium Group, the pioneer and industry leader in providing Premium Airport Services, as well as managing the largest independent airport lounge network around the world, has been appointed by EL AL Airlines, the national carrier of Israel, to manage the new King David Lounge at London Heathrow Airport Terminal 4 (T4) with effect from 3rd May.
Open between 11am and 11pm daily, this stylish 150-seat lounge managed by Plaza Premium Group has been developed exclusively for EL AL passengers travelling from Terminal 4. With two flights to Tel Aviv daily (except Friday), the lounge is conveniently located close to Gate 3 in T4 as a unique venue for leisure travellers and business associates to relax preflight or even continue their work at the airport with comfortable armchairs or restaurant-style round tables. Passengers can check themselves in for a rich assortment of refreshments, a buffet-style lunch or dinner with a delicious selection of chilled and warm kosher items. The lounge also boasts a secluded First Class area serving exclusive delicacies such as smoked salmon. The King David Lounge offers exclusively Kosher snacks and is the only Kosher diner in London Heathrow Airport.
Simultaneously, Plaza Premium Group has also unveiled its exciting development projects in London Heathrow Airport to visitors recently, including the opening of a Plaza Premium Lounge at T4 Arrivals in Q4 2016 and a 90-room airport transit hotel Aerotel at T3 Arrivals in H2 2017, complementing its existing lounge operations at T4 Departures, as well as T2 Arrivals and Departures, which are amongst the world’s best independent airport lounges awarded by SKYTRAX in 2015.
As the first leading airport lounge network to achieve ISO 9001:2008 certification, Plaza Premium Group has also been managing lounges for leading airlines, alliances and corporations including Cathay Pacific Airways, China Eastern Airlines, Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, SkyTeam and American Express.