LATAM Lounge Opens in Santiago Airport

LATAM Airlines Group has opened the doors of LATAM Lounge, a renewed space for its passengers and partner airline members.

The new space, located at Terminal 2 of Santiago's Arturo Merino Benítez Airport (SCL), spans over 43,000 square feet and has sustainable attributes. These include the use of 80 percent renewable energy for its operation, interactive games with educational themes surrounding recycling and conservation, and waste reduction through recycling and reuse. The new lounge will also compensate its carbon footprint through ecosystem conservation projects in South America.

Paulo Miranda, vice president of customers for LATAM Airlines Group, said the new space promotes changes and innovations to create a space that highlights “the best of our region and where there are options for everyone to enjoy their time as they see fit."

Additionally, LATAM will be renovating the other services it offers, including lockers for hand luggage, sleeping areas, special areas for children and families, showers, open bar, buffet service with Latin American cuisine, ironing service, shoe-shine, and co-work areas.

LATAM Lounge is available to all passengers with the LATAM benefits program in the Black Signature, Black and Platinum categories, for flights in Premium cabin, alliance customers and Business partners, traveling on international flights, or making stopovers in Chile.

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