TAV wins operating rights for passenger lounge at Muscat International

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TAV Operations Services, a subsidiary of airport operator TAV Airports, has won a 10-year contract for the management of the private passenger lounge in the new terminal at Muscat International Airport in Oman.

The Muscat Primeclass Lounge will be available to TAV Passport members, Primeclass Lounge Card holders and passengers flying with contracted airlines. With the new contract, TAV now operates 40 passenger lounges across eight countries.

Ali Bora İşbulan, general manager, TAV Operations Services, said, “We are delighted to announce that TAV Operations Services has added another passenger lounge to its portfolio of lounges operated at home and abroad. There will be private rooms, a spa center and a special shopping hall.

“The Muscat Primeclass Lounge is going to be constructed on an area of nearly 33,000ft2 and will be capable of seating 550 customers. We will be serving approximately 250,000 guests annually at the lounge, which is planned to be put into service in 2017.

“We are aiming to add 30 more passenger lounges to our business portfolio, with growth planned for Germany, France, England, Switzerland, Belgium and Italy. We are also planning to launch new passenger lounges in Africa and USA. Furthermore, our business talks and negotiations are continuing at various cities in the USA, namely Chicago, Dallas, Denver, San Francisco, Boston and Los Angeles. I would like to mention that our company is also looking to become a passenger lounge operator in Canada, Chile and Mexico.”

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