Malaysia’s newest lounge only open to Peugeot drivers

Who knew that buying a car would include access to an airport lounge? For Peugeot owners there is now a lounge available at the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport’s Subang Skypark Terminal in Selangor, Malaysia with access granted by showing one’s car keys at the front desk. A guest is welcome as well, regardless of the car they drive.

From the release:

“We are committed to giving our customers the best ownership experience and we are proud to launch the world’s first ever Peugeot Lounge for our customers,” said chief operating officer Datuk Samson. “The Peugeot Lounge is a place for Peugeot owners to unwind and relax before boarding their flights.”

Oh, and they have exclusive Peugeot branded merchandise available in the lounge, too, in addition to the typical amenities such as wifi, snacks and a meeting room.

This is a small airport serving a couple dozen daily flights, mostly on FireFly. I passed through last year as part of my first trip to Singapore and didn’t really think that a lounge would be a huge business there but I suppose I was severely underestimating the value of Peugeot ownership in Malaysia. Or the demand for a lounge in a tiny airport.

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Seth Miller

I'm Seth, also known as the Wandering Aramean. I was bit by the travel bug 30 years ago and there's no sign of a cure. I fly ~200,000 miles annually; these are my stories. You can connect with me on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.


  1. This used to be a much larger airport (major parts been demolished then) and was the International Airport for Malaysia until KLIA got built in 1997.

  2. I used to work there servicing aircrafts in the early 90s. Good memories there. Seth, I didn’t get to meet you at FTU in LA last year, but good work!

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