Lighting specialist Tungsram, which is based in Budapest, Hungary, has opened a corporate lounge at Budapest Airport to serve corporate partners.
The lounge is about 753 square feet (70 square meters) and is a symbol of the partnership between Tungsram and the Budapest Airport, the company said. The lounge is located next to gate A8 of Terminal 2A and already has opened. It is the first corporate lounge that can be used only by the customers and business partners of Tungsram by invitation, the company said.
“We offer professional and innovative solutions thus it was evident to bring innovation into the way we show and promote ourselves to our international customers,” said President & CEO of Tungsram Group Joerg Bauer at the opening of the lounge. “That is why we have developed this lounge where our partners can wait for the departure of their flight in the greatest comfort – this is not an ordinary solution.”
Bauer said it was very important for the lounge to reflect Hungarian traditions.
“This lounge symbolizes brilliantly the partnership between Budapest Airport and Tungsram,” said CEO of Budapest Airport Zrt. dr. Rolf Schnitzler, referring to the partnership agreement signed by the two companies more than a year ago.
“We feel truly honored that as a Hungary-based global brand Tungsram chose the Liszt Ferenc International Airport to be its showcase,” he said. “We are quite certain that the new business lounge and Tungsram’s presence on the exclusive advertising platforms of the airport will contribute massively to the international recognition of the company.”
The lounge is illuminated with Tungsram lighting, the company said. It’s open from 5:30 am to 9 pm daily, only for invited VIP customers who can also hold business meetings in the included well-equipped meeting room, the company said.
The lounge is operated by Malév Ground Handling, serving Hungarian gastro culture in the form of finger foods, but they are also able to serve special needs. The guests can also order warm meals from the menus of the airport restaurants, the company said.
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