VIP Flyers Club in Turks and Caicos Unveils New Upgrades

Photo courtesy of VIP Flyers Club

The VIP Flyers Club, a private airport lounge in Turks and Caicos, recently unveiled a $150,000 renovation that transformed the space into a more luxurious experience for travelers at the Providenciales International Airport. 

Operated by Olympia Destination Management Company, the upgraded lounge offers all the same VIP services as always, enhanced by many upgrades, including the signature Expedited Airport Services that it is well-known for providing.

The new and improved 40-seat, luxury VIP Flyers Club offers guests privacy and exclusive service. VIP Flyers Club guests entering the country will take part in a personal meet-and-greet with an agent immediately upon arrival and will be expedited through Immigration and Customs and then escorted to their private transport.  
Those guests departing the islands will be personally escorted and expedited at airline check-ins and security check-point lines with no waiting times.  

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After the process is completed, they will have full access to the brand-new, redesigned VIP Lounge, where they will have access to Wi-Fi, loaner laptops, printers, scanners, air-conditioning, satellite TV, international calls, magazines, newspapers and light refreshments, including cappuccino and espresso makers, as well as complimentary Whispering Angel red and white wines. Within the lounge itself, upgrades include new comfortable seating, as well as new floors, tables, artwork and pops of Caribbean colors throughout.  

Prices for all the services offered by the VIP Flyers Club can be found on the VIP Flyers Club website. 

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