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TAV adds Palm Beach to its lounge portfolio

Posted 17 January 2020 · Add Comment

Turkish airport operator TAV Operations Servicesí has added to its portfolio of airports following Washington-Dulles and New York JFK Airports in the USA with Florida Palm Beach International Airport.

TAV Operations Services CEO, Güçlü Batkın said: “Today we operate more than 80 lounges across 28 countries. We closely follow the needs and expectations of our guests and continue to serve more than 8 million passengers annually in our special passenger lounges. We are proud to present the Primeclass Lounge to our passengers at Palm Beach International Airport, one of the most important tourism spots in North America” “We are excited to welcome the new Primeclass Lounge to Palm Beach International Airport” said Laura Beebe, airport director. “The opening of Primeclass Lounge will ensure that all of our customers have access to the VIP lounge experience, regardless of the airline they choose to fly with.” The airport, which is the gateway to the Palm Beach region, stands out with its golf and beach tourism with 11 airlines operating direct flights to 34 destinations in the USA, Canada and Caribbean.

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