Published On: Mon, Jan 13th, 2020

IGA starts “sleeping cabin” service for waiting passengers at Istanbul airport




 

IGA starts “sleeping cabin” service for waiting passengers at Istanbul airport

A sleep capsule model called “IGA Sleepod” was commissioned for passengers waiting for their flight at Istanbul airport. Passengers will be able to rent these capsules hourly. Istanbul airport, which began serving at full capacity on 6 April 2019, has commissioned another new application for thousands of passengers it welcomes every day.

Istanbul airport operator IGA has launched a sleep capsule service called IGA Sleepod on the passenger floor of the international terminal to increase passenger comfort.

The capsules can be rented by passengers for € 9 an hour. Single-use sheets are given to each passenger free of charge because hygiene is at the forefront.

A further 2 euros is charged if passengers request additional services such as blankets and pillows. The materials used are sent to dry cleaning by the staff after each use.

The interior of the Mini cabins was designed to suit the needs of the passengers. Inside the cabins there are USB ports and sockets. Passengers will thus be able to operate or charge their mobile phones and other electronic devices.

Also, there is a special area at the bottom of the sleeping cabin where the passenger can put his or her hand luggage.





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