Finally ITA also unveiled the Hangar Lounge, its fourth airport lounge and third at Rome Fiumicino.
The 980 sqm facility is located in boarding area A in the Schengen section of the airport, and can accommodate 150 guests.
Features include a visual installation consisting of 72 blue ITA Airways tablets with videos of the carrier’s destinations, as well as central island hot buffet, a 30-metre bar offering cocktails created by the Campari Group, Poltrona Frau armchairs, shower facilities, workstations with USB and charging outlets, and a VIP conference room.
The lounge is open daily between 0600 and 2300 for business class passengers, Executive and Premium members of the Volare loyalty programme, and SkyTeam Elite Plus members. Access can also be purchased via ita-airways.com or at the lounge for those in possession of an ITA Airways ticket.
Commenting on the news Fabio Lazzerini, CEO and general director of ITA Airways, said:
“ITA Airways celebrates an important achievement in its growth: today we’re showcasing the new interiors of our Airbus A320neo of the latest generation, the ITA Airways uniforms, now worn by all our cabin crew, and the new Hangar Lounge.
“We are as excited as we were on the first day, a little over a year agowhen we watched the takeoff of our first flight, with the clear ambition to deserve the role of Italian flagship airline, to be ambassadors of Made in Italy in the world.
“The mark of Italian style is on the entire travel experience with ITA Airways, from the moment our customers enter the airport until they reach their destination.
“The Lounge is designed to be an integral part of that experience. The customer is able to recognize and appreciate the distinctive elements that make ITA Airways unique: the completely Italian reception, style and quality of our product”.