A VIP terminal you can use with a Priority Pass!

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On Thursday we covered the new VIP terminal being built at Manchester Airport, which will allow any passenger willing to pay to bypass the main airport and be driven to their plane.

Reader Andrew dropped me a note about his trip to Ohrid in Macedonia.  The Priority Pass lounge at Ohrid St Paul the Apostle airport is the VIP terminal as the PP website confirms.

Primeclass VIP lounge Ohrid airport

Andrew checked in at the main terminal, went through security and was then walked down the apron to the VIP terminal which is in a separate building (photo below).  When it came for the flight to depart, they walked the 50 metres from the terminal to their WizzAir plane to Luton!

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Comments

  1. I keep reading about the Curve discussion. Is there still time to apply for one? I read about beta version and that people should apply sooner rather than later. Is the main benefit no fx charge when abroad and ability to use Amex? Is there anything I should be careful about or just apply via the Curve website?

  2. Millennium offer. Looks good to start with 30% off if you are a menber but….
    It’s off the flexible rate which is not the best available rate so by the time you have knocked off the 20% it’s the same as the best rate so basically it’s the same price as best rate and it has to be paid in advance not at the flexible rate so it looks good but no price advantage except 5000 points 🤔

    • Moooooo says:

      Correct BUT the “best available rate” closes automatically at a certain point or the discount % changes, however this “culture vulture” product could be open much closer to the arrival date and it has the same flat 30%/20% discount as long as the hotel have it open. You could still get a very good deal though it if you book the right day at the right time.

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