SEA Prime partners with luxury association in Milan to enhance travel experience

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SEA Prime, a provider of business aviation services in Italy, has announced that it has formed a new strategic partnership with the Associazione MonteNapoleone, which represents the luxury destination Via MonteNapoleone in Milan, to improve and extend the range of services on offer to business aviation passengers visiting Milan.

The partnerships will see the MonteNapoleone VIP Lounge in Milan added to the suite of concierge services and facilities on offer from Prime to passengers and crew members arriving at Milano Linate Prime Airport. Passengers and crew members will also gain access to the exclusive experiences offered by the 150 global luxury brand affiliates of the Associazione MonteNapoleone.

Prime’s concierge service will now be able to personalize experiences in Milan to meet the needs of its customers. Services include exclusive tours, personal shoppers, reservations for events including car races, football matches and fashion shows, and dedicated shipments for luxury goods.

Chiara Dorigotti, general manager of SEA Prime, said, “For our customers, Milano Linate Prime and, in the future, Milano Malpensa Prime, are the gateways to the city of Milan and, as such, we could not open them but on a world of unique and unforgettable experiences. The twinning between our Prime Concierge service and the Montenapoleone VIP Lounge is a fundamental element of the exclusive and ever wider range of high quality services that we offer. I am confident that this will not be a simple extra service for our customers, but that it will soon become an indispensable component of their stay in Milan.”

The agreement enhances the range of exclusive services offered by Milano Linate Prime. Sea Prime, which was established in 2015, has already set up successful partnerships with other well-known brands. For example, Milano Linate has a BMW Business Center, with product placement and its cars used for the transporting of guests, and Gate Gourmet Italia, which handles inflight catering, has set up a bar and restaurant, Prime Gusto, for crew and passengers within the FBO itself.

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