SkyTeam’s inaugural lounge at Santiago covers 750 square meters.
Just over two months after the inauguration of the new international terminal in Santiago – the result of an 860 million euro investment – SkyTeam has completed the business side of the Chilean hub. The airline alliance has just inaugurated a new business lounge, the first SkyTeam-branded lounge in South America. Business travelers from five member airlines present in Santiago will be able to converge on this new facility, namely Air France
and KLM, but also Aerolineas Argentinas, Aeromexico and Delta Air Lines. However, they must be Elite Plus customers, or travel in First or Business class.
The SkyTeam lounge covers more than 750 square meters on the second floor of Terminal 2. It is equipped with showers, charging stations and free Wi-Fi
Enhance our clients’ experience by adding a new salon to our global network
” With the resumption of international travel, we are delighted to enhance our customers’ experience by adding a new lounge to our global network,” said Kristin Colvile, CEO of SkyTeam. We have combined the warmth of Chilean hospitality with elements of the country’s delicious cuisine to provide a welcoming space for customers to enjoy before they fly
,” she added.
The SkyTeam airport lounge network will soon expand into another market. The airline alliance plans to reopen its lounge at Sydney Airport ” later this year
“, after a renovation phase.
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