Aspire Lounges replace printed material with PressReader

Passengers can see material from 120 countries

Passengers at Aspire and Club Aspire Lounges can now use PressReader to access newspapers and magazines instead of reading the physical ones.

Aspire and Club Aspire Lounges have decided to stop providing physical newspapers and magazines in the lounges as they cannot be easily sanitised and cleaned in-between use.

Instead, they are working in partnership with PressReader to bring passengers using Aspire and Club Aspire Lounge access to a selection of newspapers and magazines from over 120 countries in over 60 languages.

That’s 7,000 trusted publications on a single platform. Readers can instantly translate articles in up to 18 languages.

How it works

All passengers who visit the UK & Ireland Aspire and Club Aspire Lounges have access to PressReader, free of charge.

By downloading the PressReader App and connect to the lounge WiFi passengers can read their favourite publications and download as many titles as they like to read on the aircraft.

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A visit to an Aspire and Club Aspire airport lounge is the perfect way to stay connected, re-charge your devices and relax in a quiet environment ahead of your flight. Free WiFi, charging facilities and business work spaces are provided throughout all of our lounges.  

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