The Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (SF&OC) has named Collinson’s Priority Pass as its official airport lounge partner for the Paris 2024 Olympics.

Collinson will be providing one-year complimentary Priority Pass digital memberships with four complimentary airport lounge and travel experiences visits per membership for the athletes of SF&OC National Sports Associations. Priority Pass covers more than 1,500 airport lounges and travel experiences in over 700 airports across 145 countries.

“The development of sport in Hong Kong SAR has come a long way, witnessing remarkable achievements in both regional and international competitions; in particular, the recent historic wins at the Hangzhou 19th Asian Games. To further encourage this success, we are extremely proud to partner with SF&OC to support their athletes heading to Paris,” said Todd Handcock, Global Chief Commercial Officer and Asia Pacific President, Collinson.

“As athletes are increasingly required to travel internationally, it often results in travel fatigue and jet lag. By providing them with access to Priority Pass airport lounges and travel experiences globally, we hope that they can ”switch off“, enjoy a better rest before their flights and arrive at their destinations feeling more refreshed and focused on achieving their best on the world stage.”

Timothy Fok, President of SF&OC, said, “We are very thankful to Collinson for their dedication and support towards our athletes who are preparing for their next milestone at Paris 2024. We are confident that the seamless travel experience will help alleviate travel-related fatigue and stress, allowing our athletes to be well rested and be in their best form wherever they travel to compete.”
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