ITA salons With the inauguration of the “Piazza di Spagna” and “Piazza della Scala” lounges, ITA is dedicating an additional 1,400 square meters to its business customers.

While speculation is rife about ITA’s capital, the Italian company is working on the travel experience of its business customers. This is evidenced by the opening of the “Piazza di Spagna” lounges at Rome’s Fiumicino airport, and “Piazza della Scala” at Milan’s Linate airport, announced on January 19. The latter is located on the second floor of the Schengen boarding area, with a total surface area of more than 400 square meters and 54 seats. The Roman “Piazza di Spagna” lounge has 200 seats and covers an area of 1,000 square meters. Business travelers will have access to meeting rooms, which can be booked before arriving at Rome Fiumicino airport.

The two business lounges are accessible to Business passengers, Premium and Executive members of the Volare frequent flyer program, as well as SkyTeam Elite Plus members.

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I am very pleased to announce these two major new features, which mark a new step forward for ITA Airways, which was born just over 100 days

ago,

” said Giovanni Perosino, ITA Airways’ Marketing Director

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In parallel with these inaugurations, the Italian airline has just launched a new digital kiosk service. Developed in partnership with PressReader, it is available on the ground and in-flight, free of charge. Once registered online, business travelers receive a link by e-mail giving them access to the kiosk for 58 hours. The application also allows them to download the content of their choice to consult it offline. In total, the kiosk contains no less than 7,000 press titles, covering 120 countries in more than 60 languages

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This is only the beginning, as other important news are planned for the coming months

According to the company’s management, business travelers can also expect other new services in the near future. ” This is just the beginning, because other important innovations are planned for the coming months,” warns Giovanni Perosino.