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Recently renovated “primeclass” lounges are now in service at Ataturk Airport

TAV Operation Services “primeclass” CIP Service has now opened the two recently renovated passenger lounges at the Istanbul Ataturk Airport International and Domestic terminals. Equipped with comfortable waiting areas, technological facilities as well as wide range of food & beverage alternatives, "primeclass” lounges continue offering a privileged service.

The “primeclass” lounges which offer passengers a privileged experience at Istanbul Ataturk Airport have recently been renovated to present a modern and cozy atmosphere. The new “primeclass” lounge at the domestic terminal which operates with a boutique service mentality has a spacious atmosphere with an apron view and facilities such as TV, lockers, Wi-Fi, tablet computers, library and magazine/newspaper corner. The 301 square meter lounge which can accommodate up to 110 people provides 24/7 service offering a large hot-cold buffet and meets all the requirements of the passengers prior to flight.

The new “primeclass” lounge at the international terminal on the other hand is now open at its new location at one floor down the Food Court after the passport control. In addition to facilities such as the open buffet offering freshly prepared delicious snacks, chilling area with re-dining massage chairs, Wi-Fi, TV, tablet computers and magazine/newspaper corner, the lounge also offers comfortable shower rooms with personal care products.

The “primeclass” lounges have been renovated by 1217 Design Architectural Co. in collaboration with Hale Sener, Architect, Msc.

“primeclass” Lounge welcomes all "primeclass" CIP guests 24/7 as well as TAV Passport Card holders, British Airways passengers, Priority Pass, Airport Angel and Vodafone Red card holders and paying customers.

For bookings and further information on “primeclass” CIP Service, please call the Call Centre on 444 25 75.

TAV Operation Services offers privileged services at 12 airports in 6 countries in order to provide passengers faster and comfortable travel experience as well as operating 21 private passenger lounges. In addition, it maintains a sustainable service at 104 private passenger lounges through contracts at airports in 55 cities worldwide, which are not operated by TAV.