BIAL unveils ultra-luxurious 080 lounges

The lounges will offer a top-notch culinary experience, ably managed by professionals led by Celebrity Chef Abhijit Saha.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
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Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru (BLR Airport) is all set to welcome guests with the newly unveiled lounges.

 

Aptly named 080 Lounge, the trunk dial code of Bengaluru, the luxurious world-class lounges strongly establish BLR Airport’s connection and dedication to the city.

 

Not just the name, its design aspects, including art, artisans, heritage, and flora also reflect the rich culture of the city.

 

Lush greenery has been artistically incorporated throughout the lounges, reaffirming Bengaluru’s reputation as the ‘garden city’.

 

“We are constantly looking at ways to enhance the journeys of passengers and surpass their expectations. Our customers are going to be delighted by the world-class amenities and services at the 080 lounges. We are proud to be bringing this exciting brand with unique design sensibilities, creating a truly innovative and unique space tailored to the needs of passengers.” said Hari Marar, MD & CEO, Bangalore International Airport Limited.

 

Operated by Travel Food Services (TFS), the lounges are open for passengers who are affiliated with loyalty programs, partner airlines, and for all patrons who wish to access the services.

 

The 080 Transit Hotel, a niche boutique hotel, is an endeavour to provide a comfortable and convenient accommodation option for transit passengers. It offers a flexible hourly rate payment offering, which can be leveraged by flyers if they want to relax between long layovers.

 

The lounges will offer a top-notch culinary experience, ably managed by professionals led by Celebrity Chef Abhijit Saha. Both the Domestic and International departure lounges will adhere to sustainability principles as part of BIAL’s long-standing commitment to a more sustainable future. Food preparations in the lounges will be done using fresh, local, artisanal ingredients and chemical-free greens and vegetables grown in villages near the airport.

 

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