Undoubtedly, user experience is becoming increasingly important. Airports strive to provide a unique passenger experience from the moment you enter the airport.
Automated processes, rest areas, yoga rooms, and much more are just some of the amenities that airports provide for waiting areas.
Such is the case of El Dorado Airport in Colombia, which has opened a rest area with 18 rooms for passengers with long layover times or simply waiting to board.
These spaces are furnished with light, folding tables, cabinets, and beds. In addition, wifi, power outlets, and air conditioning; all this to ensure the complete comfort of users.
Likewise, the spaces are equipped for users with disabilities, which in turn, have a personalized service for Check-in. Of course, the rooms have an emergency alert button in case of an emergency.
Innovation first of all…
“With the entry into operation of these spaces, we improve the experience of travelers who visit us. These new rooms will allow us to be at the same level as other airports worldwide”. Sergio Aparicio, OPAIN’s Commercial Manager, said.
The rest areas are for individual use. In addition, in post-pandemic times, sanitation is vital. That is why they are disinfected with UV rays.
Passengers who are interested in using space can do so in person, just by registering their data, or they can also make a reservation eight hours in advance through www.waitnrest.com.
This is undoubtedly a new moment for El Dorado Airport, which consolidates its position as a benchmark in Latin America for creating ideal experiences for passengers.
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