DENMARK. TAV Operation Services has opened a passenger lounge at Copenhagen Airport.

The TAV Airports subsidiary will operate the lounge under its primeclass brand for a period of ten years.

The 165sq m lounge in T3 offers a selection of food and drink as well as free Wi-Fi

The 165sq m lounge is located on the departures floor of the non-Schengen area in Terminal 3. It has a seating capacity of 61 and offers panoramic views of the terminal building. Hot and cold food is available, blending local and international dishes. A variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are also served.

Other features and services include free Wi-Fi access, televisions and flight information screens.

The primeclass lounge is open between 5.30am and 10.30pm throughout the week. Entrance costs €30 and it is accessible to all passengers.

Ali Bora Isbulan: “Our main goal is to become a global airport service provider that operates in wider geographies”

TAV Operation Services now operates 57 lounges at 30 airports in 19 countries.

“We are glad to include Copenhagen Airport in our portfolio of lounges operated by TAV Operation Services, which develops products and services to meet the changing requirements and demands of our passengers,” said TAV Operation Services General Manager Ali Bora Isbulan.

“Our main goal is to become a global airport service provider that operates in wider geographies with the adopted business model. We also strongly believe that our goal will have a positive contribution to the promotion and reputation of Turkey.”

Copenhagen Airport handled 29 million passengers in 2016, and is the third-busiest airport in Northern Europe