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Plaza Premium opens lounge in SR airport

Plaza Premium opens lounge in SR airport

Hong Kong-listed Plaza Premium Group has officially opened a departure-hall lounge in Siem Reap International Airport, a company spokesman said yesterday.

The new lounge opened its doors on April 21 and is open to the general public, according to Edward Cheng, senior manager of corporate communications for the Group.

“All travellers regardless of airline or their class of travel can now have access to a premium, chic and stylish airport lounge,” he said.

Plaza Premium Group opened its first lounge in Cambodia in January at Phnom Penh International Airport.

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