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VIP Airport Area Could Cost Up to US$547

04/11/2014 - 09h00



Guarulhos International Airport, in Guarulhos (SP) opened its own VIP room for passengers on international flights. Prices are: US$547 per person for connection flight passengers and R$364 for other passengers.

Called "Villa GRU", located at Terminal 1, at the international area, the lounge is operating since Friday.

There are four different areas for an audience of high purchasing power, says GRU Airport, the concessionaire managing the airport. At 600 square meters, a passenger can make use of showers, meeting room, desk, internet access and bistro, among other services.

A spa with massage and manicure are within the services to be offered at an extra cost.

There are still no partnerships with credit card or airlines - which could offer the VIP lounge to their exclusive passengers.

For people using the VIP lounge there will be a "ceremonial" in charge of check-in and baggage - though the service will not include customs and x-ray entry check.

Staying at this lounge can cost more than a flight. You can, for example, buy a roundtrip nonstop ticket to Buenos Aires for US$285 with TAM.
Reservations can be made ​​by e-mail at or by phone (11) 2445-4808.

Brasilia airport has also inaugurated its VIP room, last Monday. The space, with 1,500 square meters, has a daily price in US$45 and provides access to services such as food and drink and is intended for domestic flights.

Translated by SIMONE PALMA

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Brasilia airport has inaugurated its VIP room, last Monday
Brasilia airport has inaugurated its VIP room, last Monday

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