- For the use of Iberia Business Class passengers and Iberia Plus Gold cardholders arriving on flights of at least four hours’ duration.
- Open 24/7 and offering unrivalled features and services.
- The 665 m² space provides comfort for rest or work
- It is the latest innovation under the airline’s Ágora Project to improve efficiency and airport experience quality at T4, making it one of the world’s best air terminals –it ranked third in the world last year in a Skytrax survey.
Madrid, Spain, 2014-3-5 — /Travel PR News/ — As of today Iberia passengers can use the new VIP arrivals lounge at its T4 hub at Madrid-Barajas airport. The lavishly equipped 665 m² facility will be available 24/7 to Iberia Business passengers and holders of Iberia Plus Gold cards arriving on transatlantic flights and others of at least four hours’ duration, such as those from Moscow, Tel Aviv, Dakar, Accra, Lagos, Malabo and Nouakchott.
Located on level -1 of Terminal 4, near the accesses to the Madrid underground and commuter train access points, the lounge features everything needed to facilitate rest and work, making it one of the world’s best arrivals halls.
The new facility is part of Iberia’s ongoing Ágora project, designed to enhance the efficiency, convenience, and comfort of its T4 hub, which was voted the third best air terminal in the world last year in a worldwide survey by the consulting firm Skytrax.
Exclusive services and advantages, maximum comfort
The rest area is furnished with comfortable sofas, and there are shower booths, a fully-equipped work centre, a buffet serving a variety of hot and cold drinks as well as breakfast and snacks, television rooms, a flight information panel, a place to leave luggage securely, a laundry service, and the latest newspapers and magazines.
Qualified passengers need only show their boarding passes to enter the lounge, and will pay nothing to use these services.
In addition, this space has a total of 22, 18 m² rooms equipped with all sorts of services, which Iberia customers can hire with discounts.
The lounge was designed by GIS Trade Center, the company that manages VIP lounges and business centres at Barcelona’s El Prat airport and the Premium lounge at Madrid-Barajas.