dnata inaugurates a new section of its Skyview Lounge at Genève Aéroport


dnata has inaugurated a new section of its Skyview Lounge at Genève Aéroport, located on the Mezzanine of the main Terminal. This 110 sq m extension can accommodate 40 additional passengers, bringing the total capacity of the Skyview Lounge to 120 passengers. 

The Skyview Lounge is the only lounge at Genève Aéroport to offer spectacular views of the Jura Mountains and the runway. This lounge also offers a menu that varies during the day, from two buffets with a wide selection of drinks and an assortment of snacks and hot and cold dishes. 

Mark Bradley, Continental Europe CEO at dnata, says “This significant investment demonstrates dnata’s commitment to delivering superior quality to our customers and to Genève Aéroport. With its spectacular views and exceptional service, dnata's Skyview Lounge is the most popular among passengers departing from Geneva. Its expansion, which will allow us to meet the growing demand for a lounge expressed by business and leisure travellers, also reflects the development of the city as a leading European hub.” 

Loyalty card holders of all airlines using the dnata Skyview Lounge, as well as members of the PriorityPass, Dragonpass and Diners programmes can access the lounge at any time according to the rules of each airline. Other passengers have the option to acquire a pass in advance on marhabaservices.com or with LoungeBuddy. Passengers can also benefit from a promotional access fee until 31 January 2018; the lounge is open daily from 6.00 am to 9.00 pm.

dnata is one of the largest airport companies in the world, offering ground handling services, freight management, travel organisation, IT and on-board catering. The company is established in 75 countries and is renowned for its excellent customer service. Officially present in Switzerland since November 2007, dnata Switzerland AG was created with the integration of Jet Aviation Handling AG, founded in 1967, and thus benefits from its experience and know-how. When it was created, dnata Switzerland AG became dnata's first subsidiary on the European market. In 2011, dnata Switzerland was renamed dnata as part of a harmonisation of all dnata subsidiaries.

More information on www.dnata.ch