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TAV to operate lounge at Copenhagen Airport

Posted 5 February 2018 · Add Comment

Turkey’s TAV Operation Services has started to operate its 57th lounge at the Copenhagen Airport in Kastrup.

Located in Kastrup, Copenhagen Airport became the 30th airport included to the portfolio of "primeclass", the brand of TAV Operation Services that offers solutions for those who seek comfort while travelling.

Accordingly, the number of lounges operated by the company at 30 airports worldwide has reached to 57. TAV Operation Services will be operating the Primeclass Lounge for a period of 10 years. Providing service to 29 million passengers in 2016, Copenhagen Airport in Kastrup is the main international airport serving Denmark. Copenhagen Airport is the third-busiest airport in Northern Europe, and by far the busiest for international travel in Scandinavia.

Located on the departures floor of non-Schengen area at Terminal 3, Primeclass Lounge covers an area of 165 square meters with a seating capacity of 61 guests. Having a panoramic view of the terminal building, the lounge offers hot and cold dishes of international cuisines besides Danish flavors, and a wide variety alcoholic / non-alcoholic beverages.

TAV Operation Services General Manager Ali Bora Isbulan said: We are glad to include Copenhagen Airport to our portfolio of lounges operated by TAV Operation Services, which develops products and services to meet the changing requirements and demands of our passengers.To be exact, we daily host approximately 13,000 people in a total of 57 lounges operated at 30 airports in 15 countries.

Our main goal is to become a global airport service provider that operates at wider geographies with the adopted business model.We also strongly believe that our goal will have a positive contribution to the promotion and reputation of Turkey.”

 

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