KNOXVILLE, Tenn.—Pilot Company has started the process of reopening driver lounges that closed due to the pandemic in more than 100 Pilot and Flying J Travel Centers across the U.S., implementing new disinfecting procedures for the health and safety of its professional driver guests.
“It’s important for professional drivers to have a place where they can not only fuel up, but also relax and recharge when they’re resting from the road,” said Jason Nordin, Pilot Company’s CEO, in a statement. “That’s why we re-opened our driver lounges as soon as we could, with safety for our drivers and team members at the forefront of it all. We’ll re-open more driver lounges as local and state regulations allow and regularly review all current safety procedures in place to ensure the ones that are open can stay open safely.”
More information on Pilot Flying J’s driver lounges and cleaning procedures can be found here, with a list of currently open lounges here.
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