Airline lounge

An airport lounge is a facility owned by a particular airline (or jointly operated in the case of an alliance). Many offer private meeting rooms, phone, fax, wireless and Internet access and other business services, along with provisions to enhance comfort such as free drinks and snacks. At lounges, passengers also find more comfortable seating, quieter environments and better access to customer service representatives than in the airport terminal.

Access to lounges

Access to airport lounges may be obtained in several ways. In Australia, Canada, and the United States, a common method to gain access is by purchasing an annual or a lifetime membership, while in Asia and Europe this is usually impossible. Membership fees are sometimes discounted for elite members of an airline's frequent flyer program, and may often be paid using miles. Certain high-end credit cards associated with an airline, such as the Delta Reserve Credit Card and the United MilagePlus Club card (formerly the Continental Presidential Plus card), include membership to the lounges for as long as one owns the card.

Lounge access can also be attained with an airline status card which is common in Europe. The top frequent-flyer levels often offer access to any of an airline's lounges or partner airlines' lounges, when traveling in any class of travel on any of the partner airlines (usually it is required for the cardholder to be booked on one of the carrier's flights within the next 24 hours). Most airlines also usually offer free lounge access to anyone in their international or transcontinental premium cabins (first class or business class) on their days of travel.

Independent programs such as Priority Pass offer access to selected airline lounges for an annual fee, while Airport Angel, Red Dot Lounges and Go Simply offer prebookable access without need for membership. Premium credit and charge cards such as Diners Club International, American Express Platinum and Centurion Card charge cards, and the Morgan Stanley i24 Card, offer lounge programs for members. As of 2008 the American Express Platinum (in some countries) and Centurion charge cards, Morgan Stanley i24 card and the RBS Black Card include Priority Pass membership. American Express also offers access to lounges belonging to partner airlines when flying with those airlines. Some banks like HSBC now offer a lounge access program for premium clients.

Generic lounges operated by private companies, such as Servisair, also exist. Inviting passengers from any airline, most only offer day passes, but some also offer yearly and lifetime memberships.

Amenities


Besides offering more comfortable seating, lounges usually provide complimentary non-alcoholic beverages and light snacks such as fruit, cheese, soup, pastries and breakfast items. In the United States and Canada nearly all domestic lounges offer an open bar for domestic beer, house wine and well liquor, with premium beverages such as imported beer, top-shelf liquor, high end wines and champagne available for purchase. In US states where open bars are prohibited by law (such as Massachusetts), non-premium beverages may be sold at a token rate (e.g. $1 per drink).

Other amenities typically include flight information monitors, televisions, newspapers, magazines, and business centers with desks, internet workstations, telephones, photocopiers and fax service. Complimentary wi-fi for patrons is also common.

In Asia, Europe and the Middle East, lounges (especially those for First Class passengers) can be quite luxurious, offering an extensive premium open bar, full hot and cold buffet meals, cigar rooms, spa and massage services, fitness centers, swimming pools, nap suites and showers.

First class lounges

The lounges listed below are mostly considered Business Class Lounges. For many airlines, a First Class Lounge will also be offered to International First Class and top tier passengers. First Class Lounges are usually more exclusive and will feature extra amenities over Business Class that are more in line with the European/Asian concept of an airport lounge. In the few cases where an amenity is offered only in the Business Class Lounge, First Class passengers are permitted to use the Business Lounge if they wish. In any case, anyone with First Class Lounge access almost automatically has access to the Business Class Lounge–such as if a traveling companion is not in First Class and cannot be brought into the First Class lounge as a guest–though lounge agents may get confused when passengers choose to use a lesser amenity than they are entitled. In most cases, airlines will offer first class passengers a free pass to their standard airport club. Some airlines may also offer Arrival lounges for passengers to shower, rest, and eat breakfast after coming out of an overnight long-haul international flight.

Further information

Most major carriers have one or more lounges in their hubs and focus cities as well as in the major airports they serve. The major US airlines–American (Admirals Club), Delta (SkyClub), United (United Club) and US Airways (US Airways Club)–operate dozens of lounges, while smaller airlines like Alaska (Board Room) tend to only operate a handful of lounges in their hub and focus cities.

Many airlines outside North America and Australia do not sell lounge membership, reserving lounge access for elite frequent flyers and passengers in premium cabins. However, if one has a lounge membership in an airline in one of the three major airline alliances (Oneworld, SkyTeam and Star Alliance), they will sometimes have access in the lounges of the other members of that alliances. A Qantas Club membership provides access to British Airways and American Airlines lounges since all three carriers are members of Oneworld. A member of the US Airways Club can also access lounges of Air Canada, Air New Zealand and United, as all are Star Alliance members. Sometimes even non-alliance members will have agreements to allow usage of each other's lounges. Although Alaska Airlines operates just five Board Rooms, its members have access to Delta SkyClubs (and vice versa). Board Room members cannot, however, access the lounges of other SkyTeam members, such as Aeroflot or Air France, which are accessible to SkyClub members. A similar arrangement also exists between Delta and Virgin Australia.

The American Airlines Admirals Club was the first airport lounge when it opened at New York's La Guardia airport in 1939. Then AA President C.R. Smith thought that it would be a great tool for VIP passengers.

Lounge systems and locations


Airline / Lounge operator Lounge name Locations
Aegean Airlines Aegean Business Lounges Athens, Larnaca, Thessaloniki[1]
Aer Lingus Gold Circle Lounge Boston, Dublin, London–Heathrow[2]
Aeroflot Russian Airlines Aeroflot Lounge Moscow–Sheremetyevo (8)[3]
AeroMexico Salon Premier Cancún, Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Guadalajara, Hermosillo, Mérida, Mexico City (4), Monterrey, Tijuana, Torreón
Air Algérie Marhaba lounge Algiers, Annaba, Barcelona, Beijing–Capital, Cairo, Constantine, Dubai, London–Heathrow, Montréal–Trudeau, Oran, Paris–Charles de Gaulle, Paris–Orly
Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge
(Salon feuille d'érable)
Calgary, Edmonton, Frankfurt,[4] Halifax, London–Heathrow, Los Angeles, Montréal–Trudeau (3), New York–LaGuardia, Ottawa, Paris–Charles de Gaulle, Regina, St. Johns, Toronto–Pearson (3), Vancouver (3), Winnipeg[5]
Arrivals Lounge
(Salon d'arrivée)
London–Heathrow[6]
Air China VIP Lounge Beijing–Capital
airBaltic airBaltic Business lounge Riga
Air France Salon Air France Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Berlin–Tegel, Bordeaux, Boston, Cayenne, Chicago–O'Hare, Douala, Dubai, Düsseldorf, Fort-de-France, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hong Kong, Houston–Intercontinental, Johannesburg, Lagos, Los Angeles, Lyon, Montréal–Trudeau, Munich, New York–JFK, Nouméa, Paris–Charles de Gaulle (6), Paris–Orly (3), Pointe-à-Pitre, Réunion, Rio de Janeiro–Galeão, San Francisco, São Paulo–Guarulhos, Stuttgart, Tokyo–Narita, Washington–Dulles, Zurich[7]
Salon Arrivée
(Arrivals lounge)
Paris–Charles de Gaulle
Salon La Première
(Premiere lounge)
Paris–Charles de Gaulle
Air Greenland Novia Business Class Lounge Copenhagen[8]
Servisair Business Lounge Copenhagen[9]
Air India Maharaja Lounge Chennai, London–Heathrow, Mumbai, Hyderabad, New Delhi, New York–JFK, Sydney, Dhaka, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi
Air New Zealand Koru Lounge
(domestic)
Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, Invercargill, Napier, Nelson, New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Queenstown, Tauranga, Wellington[10][11]
Koru Lounge
(International)
Auckland, Brisbane, Christchurch, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Nadi, Rarotonga, Sydney, Wellington[12]
Airspace Lounge
(Pay-in Lounge)
Airspace Lounge Baltimore, Cleveland, New York–JFK[13]
Alaska Airlines Board Room Anchorage, Los Angeles, Portland OR, San Francisco, Seattle/Tacoma[14]
Alitalia Sale Freccia Alata Catania, Naples, Milano–Linate, New York–JFK, Rome–Fiumicino (5), Palermo, Turin, Venice[15]
Sale Welcome Milano–Linate, Turin
All Nippon Airways ANA SUITE Lounge (domestic) Tokyo-Haneda
ANA Lounge (domestic) Tokyo-Haneda, Tokyo-Narita (ANA international flight arrival passenger sharing), Osaka-Itami, Fukuoka, Sapporo-Chitose
Signet (domestic) Nagoya-Centrair domestic terminal (Sharing), Sendai, Komatsu, Hiroshima, Matsuyama, Kumamoto, Miyazaki (Sharing), Kagoshima, Okinawa-Naha
ANA SUITE Lounge (International) Tokyo-Narita,[16] Tokyo-Haneda
ANA Lounge (International) Tokyo-Narita,[16] Tokyo-Haneda
CLUB ANA Lounge (International) Osaka-Kansai int'l terminal,[17] Nagoya-Chubu Int'l terminal (Star alliance sharing),[18]
Arrivals Lounge (International) Tokyo-Narita int'l terminal (ANA Domestic flight departure passenger sharing),[16] Tokyo-Haneda
American Airlines Admirals Club Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Buenos Aires, Caracas, Chicago–O'Hare (2), Dallas/Fort Worth (4), Denver, Honolulu, London–Heathrow, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Miami (2), Nashville, Newark, New York–JFK (2), New York–LaGuardia, Orange County, Paris–Charles de Gaulle, Philadelphia, Raleigh/Durham, Rio de Janeiro-Galeão, San Diego, San Francisco, San Juan, Santiago, São Paulo–Guarulhos, St. Louis, Tokyo–Narita, Toronto–Pearson, Washington–Reagan[19]
Premium Lounge Miami
Flagship Lounge Chicago–O'Hare, London–Heathrow, Los Angeles, New York–JFK[20]
Arrivals Lounge London–Heathrow[20]
American Express Centurion Lounge
(domestic)
Dallas/Fort Worth, Las Vegas[21]
Centurion Lounge
(International)
Buenos Aires, Delhi, Dubai, Mexico City, São Paulo–Guarulhos[22]
Asiana Airlines OZ Club Lounge Busan, Daegu, Gwangju, Jeju, Seoul–Gimpo, Seoul–Incheon
Avianca VIP Lounge Bogotá, Cali, Caracas, Barranquilla, Buenos Aires, Guayaquil, New York–JFK, Madrid, Medellin, Quito
Azerbaijan Airlines VIP Lounge Baku
Blue Islands Customer Lounge Guernsey, Jersey, Southampton
British Airways British Airways Lounge Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Cape Town, Glasgow, London–Heathrow (T1) (2), Singapore[23]
Concorde Room London–Heathrow (T5A), New York–JFK[23]
Executive Club Abuja, Houston–Intercontinental, Lagos, Nairobi, Rome–Fiumicino[23]
First Lounge Boston, Chicago–O'Hare, Houston–Intercontinental, London–Gatwick, San Francisco, Seattle/Tacoma[23]
Galleries Arrivals London–Heathrow (T5A)[23]
Galleries Club Brussels, Johannesburg, London–Heathrow (T3), London–Heathrow (T5A) (2), Milan–Linate, Munich, New York–JFK, Philadelphia, Toronto–Pearson, Vancouver, Washington–Dulles[23]
Galleries First Johannesburg, London–Heathrow (T3), London–Heathrow (T5A), New York–JFK, Philadelphia, Toronto–Pearson, Vancouver, Washington–Dulles[23]
Galleries Lounge Aberdeen, Amsterdam, Dubai, Edinburgh, London–Heathrow (T5B), Mumbai, Newark[23]
Terraces Lounge Athens, Atlanta, Berlin–Tegel, Bermuda, Boston, Cape Town, Chicago–O'Hare, Geneva, Istanbul–Atatürk, Jersey, London–Gatwick, Manchester, Milan–Malpensa, Newcastle, Phoenix, San Francisco, Seattle/Tacoma[23]
Cathay Pacific and Dragonair Cathay Pacific First and Business Class Lounge Bahrain, Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Frankfurt, Kuala Lumpur, London-Heathrow, Manila, Melbourne, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Penang, San Francisco, Seoul-Incheon, Taipei-Taoyuan, Tokyo-Narita, Vancouver [24]
Dragonair and Cathay Pacific Lounge Beijing-Capital, Shanghai-Pudong,[24] Kaohsiung
G16 Lounge Hong Kong [24]
The Pier Hong Kong [24]
The Cabin Hong Kong [24]
The Wing Hong Kong [24]
The Arrival Hong Kong [24]
Caribbean Airlines Club Caribbean Port of Spain[25]
China Airlines Dynasty Lounge Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Kaoshiung, Kuala Lumpur, Okinawa, San Francisco, Taipei–Taoyuan(2), Tokyo–Narita[26]
China Southern Airlines Sky Pearl Lounge Beijing–Capital (3), Changchun, Changsha, Chengdu, Chongqing, Dalian (2), Guangzhou (4), Guilin, Guizhou, Haikou, Hangzhou, Harbin, Kunming, Nanjing, Qingdao (4), Sanya, Shanghai–Pudong, Shantou, Shenyang (2), Shenzhen, Ürümqi (4), Wuhan, Xiamen, Xi'an, Zhengzhou (2), Zhuhai[27]
The Club
(Pay-in Lounge)
The Club Lounge Atlanta, Dallas/Fort Worth, Las Vegas (2), Raleigh/Durham, San Jose CA[28]
Copa Airlines Copa Club Guatemala City, Panama City, San Jose CR, Santo Domingo[29]
Delta Air Lines Delta Sky Club Atlanta (9), Boston, Chicago–O'Hare, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky, Dallas/Fort Worth, Detroit (4), Fort Lauderdale, Honolulu, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, Manila, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis/St. Paul (2), Nashville, Newark, New Orleans, New York–JFK (2), New York–LaGuardia (2), Orlando, Philadelphia, Portland OR, Raleigh/Durham, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco (2), Santiago, Seattle/Tacoma, Tampa, Tokyo–Narita (2), Washington–Reagan, West Palm Beach[30]
El Al King David Lounge London–Heathrow, New York–JFK, Paris–Charles de Gaulle, Tel Aviv[31]
Emirates Emirates Lounge Auckland, Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Beijing–Capital, Birmingham, Brisbane, Colombo, Delhi, Dubai (2), Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Johannesburg, Kuala Lumpur, London–Gatwick, London–Heathrow, Manchester, Melbourne, Milan, Mumbai, Munich, New York–JFK, Paris–Charles de Gaulle, Perth, San Francisco, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney, Zurich[32]
Ethiopian Airlines Sheba Lounge Addis Ababa
Cloud Nine Lounge Addis Ababa
EVA Air Evergreen Lounge Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Hong Kong, San Francisco, Taipei-Taoyuan
Finnair Finnair Lounge Helsinki, Stockholm-Arlanda
Garuda Indonesia Garuda Executive Lounge Balikpapan, Denpasar/Bali, Jakarta-Soekarno-Hatta, Makassar, Manado, Medan, Padang, Palembang, Semarang, Singapore, Shanghai, Surabaya, Yogyakarta[33]
Gol Transportes Aéreos Smiles São Paulo-Guarulhos
Gulf Air Falcon Gold lounge Bahrain, Dubai, London–Heathrow[34]
Hawaiian Airlines Premier Club Hilo, Honolulu (2), Kahului, Kona, Lihue, Los Angeles[35]
Japan Airlines Sakura Lounge Tokyo–Haneda, Tokyo-Narita, Nagoya-Centrair, Osaka-Kansai, Fukuoka, Sapporo-Chitose (domestic), Taipei-Taoyuan, Kaohsiung, Shanghai-Pudong, Seoul-Incheon, Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Frankfurt, Honolulu, San Francisco, New York-JFK
JAL First Class Lounge Tokyo-Haneda, Tokyo-Narita, Frankfurt, New York-JFK
Jet Airways Jet Lounge Brussels[36]
Kenya Airways Domestic Business Class Lounge Nairobi[37]
Pride Lounge Nairobi[37]
Simba Lounge Nairobi[37]
KLM KLM Crown Lounge Amsterdam (2), Dubai, Houston–Intercontinental, Toronto–Pearson[38]
Korean Air Korean Air Lounge Busan, Chicago-O'Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Daegu, Fukuoka, Gwangju, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Jeju, Los Angeles, Nagoya-Centrair, New York–JFK, Osaka–Kansai, Seoul–Gimpo, Seoul–Incheon, Tokyo–Narita
LOT Polish Airlines LOT Business Lounge Warsaw[39]
Lufthansa Senator Lounge Athens, Atlanta, Berlin-Tegel, Boston, Bremen, Cologne-Bonn, Dallas/Fort Worth, Detroit, Dresden, Dubai, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Houston-Intercontinental, Leipzig, London-Heathrow, Milan-Malpensa, Mumbai, Munich, New York–JFK, Newark, Nürnberg, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Stuttgart, Washington-Dulles, Zurich[40]
Business Lounge Athens, Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Berlin-Tegel, Boston, Bremen, Cologne-Bonn, Detroit, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Dubai, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Houston, Leipzig, London-Heathrow, Milan-Malpensa, Munich, New York–JFK, Nürnberg, Stuttgart, Washington-Dulles[41]
First Class Lounge Frankfurt (First Class Terminal and First Class Lounge (2)), Munich [41]
Welcome Lounge Frankfurt
Malaysia Airlines Golden Lounge Kota Kinabalu (2), Kuala Lumpur (4), Kuching, London–Heathrow, Melbourne, Penang, Perth, Singapore, Sydney[42]
Malmö Aviation Yellow Room Bromma[43]
Express lounge Landvetter, Malmö[43]
Middle East Airlines The Cedar Lounge Beirut
No.1 Traveller
(Pay-in Lounge)
No.1 Traveller Lounge Birmingham, London–Gatwick (2), London–Heathrow, London–Stansted (2),[44]
Olympic Air CIP Lounge Athens (2), Thessaloniki
Pakistan International Airlines CIP Lounge Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, Quetta, Faisalabad
Philippine Airlines Mabuhay Lounge Bacolod, Cebu (2), Davao (2), General Santos, Honolulu, Iloilo, Los Angeles, Manila (2), San Francisco[45]
Plaza Premium Lounge
(Pay-in Lounge)
Plaza Premium Lounge Hong Kong (4), Beijing-Capital, Shanghai-Pudong, Guangzhou, Kuala Lumpur (2), Kota Kinabalu (2), Penang (2), Langkawi (2), Kuching, Johore Muscat (2), Malé (2), New Delhi (8), Hyderabad (3), Toronto-Pearson (5), Vancouver (3), Edmonton (2) [46]
The Green Market
(Lounge Concept)
Singapore, Hong Kong [47]
The Travelers' Lounge Hong Kong (2) [48]
Porter Airlines Porter Lounge Newark, Ottawa, Toronto–Billy Bishop (2)[49]
Qantas Qantas Club
(Domestic)
Adelaide, Alice Springs, Brisbane, Broome, Cairns, Canberra, Coffs Harbour, Darwin, Devonport, Emerald, Gladstone, Gold Coast, Hobart, Kalgoorlie, Karratha, Launceston, Mackay, Melbourne, Perth, Port Hedland, Rockhampton, Sydney, Townsville[50]
Domestic Business Lounge Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney[51]
International Business Lounge Adelaide, Auckland, Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Brisbane, Darwin, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Perth, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo–Narita, Wellington[52]
International First Lounge Auckland, Brisbane, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Sydney[53]
Qatar Airways Qatar Airways Premium Terminal Doha
Qatar Airways Premium Lounge London–Heathrow
Royal Air Maroc Le Casablanca Lounge Casablanca[54]
Royal Brunei Airlines Sky Lounge Bandar Seri Begawan[55]
Royal Jordanian Crown Lounge Amman, Aqaba, Dubai[56]
S7 Airlines S7 Business Lounge Moscow–Domodedovo, Novosibirsk–Tolmachevo[57]
S7 Comfort Lounge
(Economy)
Moscow–Domodedovo
Saudi Arabian Airlines Alfursan Lounge Riyadh, Dammamm, Jeddah[58]
Scandinavian Airlines SAS Lounge Brussels, Chicago–O'Hare, Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Helsinki, London–Heathrow, Newark, Oslo, Paris–Charles de Gaulle, Stockholm[59]
SAS Gold Lounge Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm
Servisair
(Pay-in Lounge)
Executive Lounge Aberdeen, Amsterdam (2), Athens (2), Birmingham, Bristol, Calgary (2), Cardiff, Cologne/Bonn, Copenhagen, Cork, Dubai, Dublin, Durham Tees Valley, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Faro, Geneva, Glasgow, Graz, Hong Kong, Humberside, Inverness, Kigali, Kingston, Kuala Lumpur, Liverpool, London–Gatwick (2), London–Heathrow (2), London–Luton, Madrid, Manchester (3), Montego Bay, Montreal–Trudeau, Newcastle, Ras Al Khaimah, Vancouver (2)[60]
Singapore Airlines SilverKris Lounge Adelaide, Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Brisbane, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, London–Heathrow, Manila, Melbourne, New Delhi, Perth, San Francisco, Seoul-Incheon, Singapore (2), Sydney, Taipei–Taoyuan[61]
KrisFlyer Gold Lounge Singapore[62]
SkyTeam SkyTeam Lounge Istanbul–Atatürk, London–Heathrow, Sydney (Opening before the end of 2013), Beijing–Capital (Opening in early 2014)[63]
South African Airways Baobab Business Lounge Cape Town, Durban, East London, Harare, Johannesburg, Lusaka, Port Elizabeth[64]
Cycad First Class Lounge Cape Town, Johannesburg[65]
Star Alliance Star Alliance Lounge Buenos Aires, London–Heathrow, Los Angeles, Nagoya–Centrair, Paris–Charles de Gaulle[66]
TAM Airlines VIP Lounges Asunción, Curitiba, Florianópolis, Rio de Janeiro–Galeão, Rio de Janeiro–Santos Dumont, São Paulo–Guarulhos (2)[67]
TAP Portugal TAP Premium Lounge Funchal, Lisbon[68]
Thai Airways International Royal Orchid Lounge Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Dhaka, Hat Yai, Hong Kong, Osaka–Kansai, Singapore, Surat Thani[69]
Royal Silk Lounge Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi (5), Chiang Mai, Kathmandu, Khon Kaen, Krabi, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Phuket, Taipei–Taoyuan
Royal Executive Lounge Chiang Rai
Royal First Lounge Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi
Royal Orchid Spa Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi
Turkish Airlines Lounge Istanbul Istanbul–Atatürk [70]
Cip Lounge Adana, Ankara, Antalya, Bodrum, Dalaman, Gaziantep, Istanbul-Atatürk, Istanbul-S.Gökçen, Izmir, Trabzon, Kayseri
United Airlines United Club Atlanta, Austin, Boston (2), Chicago–O’Hare (4), Cleveland, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver (2), Fort Lauderdale, Guam, Guatemala City, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Houston–Intercontinental (5), Las Vegas, Los Angeles (2), Melbourne, Mexico City, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Newark (3), New York–JFK, New York–LaGuardia, Orange County, Orlando, Osaka–Kansai, Panama City, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland OR, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco (2), San Jose CR, Santo Domingo, São Paulo–Guarulhos, Seattle/Tacoma, Tokyo–Narita, Washington–Dulles (3), Washington–Reagan[71]
Global First Lounge Chicago–O'Hare, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, New York–JFK, San Francisco, Tokyo–Narita, Washington–Dulles
Arrivals Lounge Chicago–O'Hare, San Francisco, São Paulo–Guarulhos
US Airways US Airways Club Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte (2), Greensboro, Hartford/Springfield, Los Angeles, New York–LaGuardia, Philadelphia (3), Phoenix (3), Pittsburgh, Raleigh/Durham, Tampa, Washington–Reagan (2)[72]
Vietnam Airlines Vietnam Airlines Lounge Da Nang, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City,[73]
Virgin America Virgin America Loft Los Angeles[74]
Virgin Atlantic Airways Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse Boston, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, London–Gatwick, London–Heathrow, Newark, New York–JFK, San Francisco, Tokyo–Narita, Washington–Dulles[75]
Revivals Lounge London–Heathrow
Virgin Australia Virgin Australia Lounge Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Gold Coast, Mackay, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney[76]

References

External links

  • LoungeGuide.net–airport lounge review wiki
  • UK Airport Lounges–Book Cheap Airport Lounges
  • Holiday Extras | 38 Airport Lounges at 22 UK Airports
  • LoungeBuddy.com–Comprehensive Airport Lounge Access and Reviews App
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