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TAV to operate lounges at Santiago Airport in Chile

Posted 7 April 2017 · Add Comment

Turkey's TAV Operation Services will operate two lounges at the terminal Building of Arturo Merino Benítez Santiago International Airport and will provide meet & assist services.

Arturo Merino Benítez Santiago International Airport has become the 25th airport included to the portfolio of TAV Operation Services.

TAV Operation Services General Manager Ali Bora Isbulan said: “TAV Operation Services undertakes innovative projects with its advanced technology and strong infrastructure. At TAV Operation Services, which established its business development mentality on a global perspective, is glad to include a new lounge to its existing operations. Thanks to our 15 years of experience and our portfolio including more than 40 lounges and establishing a partnership with Primeclass Pacifico and Servicios Aeroportuarios S.A., our company has the goal to welcome 280,000 passengers per year at the lounges and provide meet & assist services. TAV Operation Services has become one of the world's highly-preferred brands in developing privileged travel solutions. We host 3 million passengers per annum at the lounges we operate and provide meet & assist services to 100,000 passengers. Following Turkish Airlines Star Alliance lounges that we opened in Nairobi and Washington D.C. Dulles airports in 2016, we will put into operation lounges at Frankfurt, Muscat, Copenhagen and Zürich airports with our ‘primeclass’ brand in 2017.”

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