The latest addition to Bristol Airport’s passenger facilities opened its doors recently when work was completed on the £600,000 Aspire Lounge.


The new facility replaces the old executive lounge, increasing the space available by 50% and introducing a range of product improvements for passengers wanting to relax before boarding a flight.

Aimed at both business and leisure travellers, the lounge is operated by business partner, Servisair, and offers kitchen facilities which enable hot food to be provided for the first time, alongside snacks and premium brand drinks. Families are also welcome, with a new entertainment area complete with personal televisions, while specially designed side tables provide charging facilities for laptops, iPads or games consoles.

Entry to the lounge costs from £17.49 per adult and £9.99 for children when booked online. Passengers will also be able to take advantage of Servisair’s LoungeMiles rewards scheme which entitles customers to one free lounge pass or a £5 gift voucher from retailers such as Boots, John Lewis or M&S, for every five visits made.


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