New York, New York –
Through a new partnership with DragonPass, Upflex now provides its users access to 1,100 airport and rail station lounges around the world.
Upflex, the premier global provider of hybrid workspace solutions, and DragonPass, the transportation industry’s leading digital hospitality platform, today announced a global partnership to provide bookable flex workspace in airport and rail lounges.
With this first-of-its-kind partnership, Upflex’s corporate clients and their employees receive on-demand access to 1,100 exclusive airport and rail lounges via the Upflex platform. These lounges provide meeting rooms, individual workspaces, teleconference facilities, improved secure WiFi, charging facilities, and more.
Image: The Kepler Club lounge in Istanbul, Turkey’s Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, now bookable on Upflex.
“We are thrilled to partner with DragonPass and add airport lounges around the world to the Upflex global network. This new inventory category finally allows travelers on the go to easily find and book a convenient work environment anywhere,” said Christophe Garnier, CEO and co-founder of Upflex. “We’re always looking for ways to expand our offering, and given the steady growth of corporate travel, this partnership will prove vital in a new era of work where flexibility comes first.”
Founded in 2005, DragonPass is the first all-in-one platform with lounge access, dining, and other first-class services. DragonPass offers end-to-end airport hospitality via its digital platform and covers over 700 airports and rail stations in more than 140 countries, including APAC, Central Europe, and North America.
“We see our partnership with Upflex as a first step in evolving our collective member offerings. DragonPass is a leader in airport lounge and travel benefits aggregation, so collaborating with Upflex and their extensive portfolio of shared workspaces allows us to offer customers unparalleled workspace coverage on the move,” said Andrew Harrison-Chinn, CEO of DragonPass. “As an industry leader in crafting premium loyalty benefits, we hope our collaboration with Upflex will provide their members further enjoyment to their travel and working experiences.”
Upflex was founded in 2018 by Garnier and CPO Ginger Dhaliwal. Today, global corporations including Toyota, Willis Towers Watson, and Schneider Electric, and leading tech firms, including Snowflake, Alation, and Gympass, leverage Upflex’s technology and solutions to facilitate their hybrid workplace strategies. Upflex also powers the flex space platforms, including Colliers Mobility Pass and Newmark Optality.
Image: The Library Lounge in Beijing, China’s Beijing Daxing International Airport, one of 1,100 airport and rail lounges accessible on demand by booking in the Upflex app.
About Upflex: Upflex is a powerful workplace platform bringing together people, places, and data to deliver the right spaces for forward-thinking companies and today’s top talent. The company was founded in 2018 as a coworking network and booking platform. In early 2022, Upflex raised $30MM in Series A funding and forged a strategic partnership with WeWork. The team is continuing to expand its operations globally, leading with EMEA, to serve its international client base. Today, some of the world’s most widely recognized Fortune 500 companies leverage Upflex’s solutions and space network to power their future-forward flexible workplaces and reduce their environmental footprint.
About DragonPass: Established in 2005, DragonPass now has over 30 million members worldwide. They pride themselves on consistently developing innovative customer-led technology solutions. Originally an airport lounge provider, they found customers asking to use their technology to develop further solutions and services to help them across all stages of the airport experience. Naturally, they were more than happy to oblige. To learn more, visit @dragonpass_travel and en.dragonpass.com.cn or email [email protected].
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