Modern sleeping pods as a place of refuge for passengers: Zzzleepandgo launches “smart lounges” at Vienna Airport
VIENNA, Austria, 2022-Jan-26 — /Travel PR News/ — Workplace, chillout lounge and a fully equipped place to sleep: a new service at Vienna Airport enables even more comfort for passengers. Effectively immediately, travellers can take advantage of rentable sleeping pods (cabins) in Terminal 3 from the Italian startup Zzzleepandgo. The 16 “smart lounges” provide an exclusive, peaceful place for working, resting or staying overnight. The sleeping cabins are equipped with a comfortable place to rest or lie down, electricity and USB ports, free W-Lan as well as shelves and a foldable table. In addition, all the sleeping pods feature a multimedia entertainment system to stream films and music as well as to control ventilation, lighting and the opaque curtains. The smart lounges offered by Zzzleepandgo can be booked in advance on an hourly or daily basis either online or directly on location. All the cabins are regularly cleaned and providing accommodations to guests is in line with valid COVID-19 regulations in Austria.
“Effective immediately, we are offering all passengers a new, convenient service in the terminal. Passengers who stay at the airport for a longer period of time can now bridge the waiting period in a relaxed and peaceful manner in the modern sleeping cabins developed by Zzzleepandgo. The number of travellers at Vienna Airport will also increase substantially when the summer flight schedule takes effect and we look forward to the time when more passengers are convinced of the advantages of the Zzzleepandgo offering,” states Julian Jäger, Member of the Management Board of Flughafen Wien AG.
“We are very excited to begin operating at Vienna Airport, which is a very modern and technologically advanced airport in Europe. We are happy to be able to offer a new service to passengers and to improve their experience at the airport. We would like to thank Mr. Jäger and the entire team for this opportunity and the support we have received,” says Filippo Schirmo, COO and Business Developer of Zzzleepango.
Zzzleepandgo “smart lounges” for a relaxed time at the airport
Passengers have 16 smart lounges created by Zzzleepandgo at their disposal located in the public area on Level 2 of Terminal 3. The check-in is concluded quickly and easily. Guests register directly at the sleeping cabin of their choice via a modern touchpad and virtual reception which reads their passport, credit card and, depending on the requirements, their COVID-19 certificate. When this is completed, the door to the smart lounge already opens. A state-of-the-art multimedia system controls lighting, ventilation and darkens the room. Moreover, you can stream films and listen to music. The cabin can also be used as a workplace featuring a foldable table and shelves. The traveller can exit or enter the cabin at any time during the rental period. After the rental time has been concluded, the cabin is cleaned and disinfected. Furthermore, the lounges also feature an automatic ventilation system which remove bacteria and viruses from the air. The costs amount to € 9 per hour, and the sleeping cabins can also be booked for a whole night (starting at € 48) or longer. Payment is first made at check-out.
Zzzleepandgo – University project now used at 16 international airports
Zzzleepandgo was founded in 2015 as a project implemented by university students. The company headquartered in Italy designs, produces and administers high-tech sleeping cabins which can be put to good use, for example at airports. In the course of the year 2022, the Italian startup will be operating facilities at 16 different international airports located in nine countries, such as Vienna, Milan-Malpensa, Venice, Verona, Warsaw and Rio de Janeiro-Galeao. More information about Zzzleepandgo as well as booking possibilities can be found at www.zzzleepandgo.com.
Press Office of Flughafen Wien AG
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Source: Vienna International Airport