TAV collaborates with Mudo to open lounge concept at Milas-Bodrum Airport

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Airport operator TAV has partnered with home décor designer Mudo Concept to open a new passenger lounge in the domestic terminal of Milas-Bodrum Airport in Turkey. The new 2,370ft² ‘primeclass’ lounge has a capacity to cater for 75 passengers at any given time.

Zeynep Kaptan, deputy general manager for TAV Operation Services, said, “The primeclass lounge provides a privileged travel experience to our passengers supplying them with home comforts. Our collaboration with Mudo Concept has a very special place in our business portfolio and we wish to maintain our collaboration in upcoming projects.”

Tarkan Özkan, general manager, Mudo Concept, said, “At Mudo Concept, we achieve pioneering projects thanks to our visionary perspective in the home decoration sector.

“Designing the first and only ‘primeclass’ lounge in Turkey, we have accomplished the first of our innovative projects and I believe this business collaboration will continue with various projects in the forthcoming years.”

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