Speedy response to SLOW Cape Town lounge

Cape Town International Airport

Cape Town International Airport

JOHANNESBURG – THE SLOW Lounge at Cape Town International Airport has reopened.

The facility has been expanded to create a sense of freedom and escape from ticking clocks.

It first opened its doors in June 2010 and, is the second most popular
SLOW Lounge next to O.R. Tambo International Airport.

More than 53 500 visitors passed through its doors between January to June 2014, an average of close to 9 000 people per month.

“The uptake on the SLOW Lounge offer has been remarkable,” says Chris
Labuschagne, CEO of FNB Credit Card.

“It has become a meeting room and decompressing space for many of our
customers, business travellers and families alike. Its success was a
primary driver behind the expansion of the Cape Town lounge.”

The expansion has allowed the incorporation of an array of different
meeting and relaxing spots such as café style tables, sofas, communal
tables and private rooms.

Research into the usage of the different services on offer show that
visitors are factoring a visit to the SLOW Lounge into their travelling

The average time spent in the lounge is between 1 hour to 1 hour and 30mins.

The busiest times of the week are Fridays and Thursdays at 5:30 and 16:00
and Sundays at 7:30am, 10:30am and again at 12:30am (local time).

Access to the SLOW Lounge is exclusive to qualifying FNB Platinum Cheque
and Credit cardholders, FNB Private Clients, RMB Private Bank, FNB
corporate and business cardholders, British Airways Executive Club Gold and Silver cardholders, British Airways Club (Business Class) customers and oneworld qualifying cardholders.

– CAJ News





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