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New 'laid-back' lounge opens at London Gatwick

Airport lounge operator No1 Lounges has announced the launch of a new lounge at London Gatwick’s South Terminal – its sixth at the airport. 

The lounge has opened under its ‘My Lounge’ brand and features an outside terrace area, with views of the airport.

The new lounge also marks No1’s partnership with Norwegian Airlines, which has chosen No1 to provide lounge access for its Premium long-haul passengers.

My Lounge promises social lounging for friends and family.

Loft-inspired, it combines bold contemporary design with the laid-back feeling of home, offering a "grazing menu", self-serve bar and cocktail station, and games room. 

Gatwick's chief commercial officer, Guy Stephenson, says: “The launch of No1’s My Lounge in Gatwick’s South Terminal is great news for the 46 million passengers who travel through Gatwick every year.

"This lounge offers a comfortable and affordable pre-flight experience, and the outdoor seating terrace – the first of its kind at Gatwick – is a particularly welcome addition. We’re pleased to be working with No1 to further expand its fantastic range of airport lounges at Gatwick.”

While Phil Cameron, founder & CEO of No1 Lounges, notes: “We are delighted to be partnering with Norwegian, who have chosen it as their Premium lounge at Gatwick. 

"Our existing lounges have proven to be extremely popular with business and leisure travellers alike, so this new opening ensures we can offer the greatest choice of experiences, from informal to first-class lounging, and meet the ever-increasing demand.”

No1 now operates three distinct brands in both terminals: My Lounge (aimed at the premium economy and leisure markets), No1 Lounges (its core, business class brand), and the Clubrooms (its first-class brand). 

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