Testimonial Rutger Geerling
“Obviously the Lounge is a great asset, certainly if your flight is delayed. Usually you would just end up waiting at Schiphol and this is a lot more comfortable. I'm also the kind of person who likes to be on time and I really hate missing flights. That means I can often be hanging around for an hour, just waiting. Now I can have a cup of coffee and a sandwich, there's no extra charge for that in the Lounge. I can often get a few emails written there too, which I really like. It's a great place, there's no other way to describe it.
Straight through the iris scan
And the speed really is incredible sometimes. Once I got really lucky after my flight, we landed at Schiphol and of course I went straight through the iris scan. Then my suitcase was the first one on the baggage belt. It only takes a couple of minutes to get through when that happens. And it's great that you don't have to wait at the border passage.
A huge relief
As an extra, I also have Global Entry and in the US that really is a huge relief. I still remember the first time I landed in the States with Global Entry and could just walk right past the long queue. I had to do an interview about my work and I was an hour early. I could wait there and then I had the interview. After that, I had to put my luggage through security again. The people behind me in the queue were from the same plane.”
Director of TEDx and curator at the World Economic Forum
Managing Director of Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin
What do they think of Privium? Schiphol’s service programme