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Published on Monday, December 9, 2019

SkyTeam opens its seventh branded lounge in Istanbul Airport



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SkyTeam, the global airline alliance, has officially opened the doors to its seventh branded lounge, adding to more than 790 members' and affiliated lounges worldwide. Located in Istanbul's new airport (IST), the facility is served by seven alliance members: Aeroflot, Air France, KLM, Korean Air, Middle East Airlines, Saudia and TAROM.

An oasis of calm, the lounge is the perfect place to catch up with work, call home, or simply do nothing at all. It offers locally-sourced dishes and drinks, alongside complimentary Wi-Fi and other amenities designed to help customers relax before flights.

SkyTeam's Istanbul lounge is available to Elite Plus, First and Business Class customers. Here's just some of what can be experienced inside:





Interiors

The unique decor makes an instant impression; a statement reception area, LED lighting, custom-made furniture and living moss walls. The 582 m2 lounge, with more than 145 seats, never feels crowded - even at its busiest.





Food & Drink

Sample authentic Turkish cuisine such as freshly cooked pide (Turkish pizza) prepared on-demand at the live cooking station, mezze and traditional tea and coffee are served. The menu includes European dishes, as well as a selection of snacks. Spirits, soft drinks and wine sourced from local Turkish vineyards are also available.





Facilities

The lounge is open 24 hours a day, ready for passengers at any stage of their journey - from taking a refreshing shower to simply recharging.





Location

Located in the West Wing on Level H, the lounge has an elevated position; it is a refuge from the bustle of the airport.

Kristin Colvile, SkyTeam's CEO and Managing Director said, 'SkyTeam is hyper-focused on creating the best in class customer experience of any alliance, and our branded lounges are key to achieving this goal. This striking new lounge is an important component of delivering a seamless experience at every step of our customers' journeys.'

SkyTeam will be opening its eighth branded lounge in Santiago de Chile in early 2020.

For more information about SkyTeam Lounges, click here. For more travel inspiration visit www.skyteam.com or find us on Instagram @skyteamalliance





About SkyTeam: 

SkyTeam is dedicated to powering the most seamless customer journey of any global alliance, enabled by industry-leading services and through innovative technology-driven solutions. 19 members working together to connect millions of customers annually, across an extensive global network.

SkyTeam customers can unwind in 790+ lounges as they travel, earn and redeem Frequent Flyer Miles. SkyTeam Elite Plus customers are eligible for SkyPriority services. The 19 members are: Aeroflot, Aerolíneas Argentinas, Aeromexico, Air Europa, Air France, Alitalia, China Airlines, China Eastern, Czech Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Garuda Indonesia, Kenya Airways, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Korean Air, Middle East Airlines, Saudia, TAROM, Vietnam Airlines and Xiamen Airlines. SkyTeam welcomes 676+ million customers each year on 15,445+ daily flights to 1,036+ destinations in 170+ countries.

www.skyteam.com | www.facebook.com/skyteam | www.youtube.com/user/skyteam


 

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