United is rescinding their partnership with the popular airport lounge access program Priority Pass. Effective May 15th, 2015, Priority Pass members will lose access to United Club lounges. It is worth noting that, while unfortunate, this change does not impact Priority Pass memberships that are bundled with premium credit cards such as the American Express Platinum card. […]
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Rounding up Star Alliance’s move under one roof at London Heathrow, Singapore Airlines unveiled this week their anticipated SilverKris lounge in Terminal 2 (“The Queen’s Terminal”.) The SilverKris lounge boasts Singapore Airlines’ new “home away from home” design concept, which was rolled out earlier this year in Sydney and Hong Kong, and is part of a […]
The Club Airport Lounges, which operates a number of pay-in lounges in the US, notably at Las Vegas McCarran airport, has taken over the operation of the two independent lounges at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport owned by the Port of Seattle. Club Cascade in concourse A is now The Club at SEA Concourse A, while Club […]
On the heel of the renovations that United announced last month, the airline has unveiled an expanded complimentary food selection, which will be rolled out throughout the domestic United Club network through 2015. Exit the carrot sticks, cheese and crackers, and awkward trail mix with candy – the airline wishes to offer a fresh and […]
Just like us at LoungeReview.com, you love airport lounges. You love commercial aviation. You love travel. You love miles and points. You’re in luck–you’re not alone. And every year, a group of fearless flyers puts together an event that goes down in history. The Star Alliance MegaDO is where frequent flyers, uber geeks, Star Alliance […]
The friendly and relatively no-frills Hawaiian Airlines has announced the renovation of their six airport lounges in Hawaii, leaving only their Los Angeles, CA (LAX) facility untouched. The renovation will occur in two phases throughout the first half of 2015, with work expected to be complete by summer 2015.
Los Angeles. The sun, the stars, the beach, Hollywood, Disneyland, Universal Studios, the beautiful people… The appeal of the city of Angels seems to grow every year, with 43.4 million tourists visiting in 2014. Yet, the 70 million passengers who used the the nation’s third busiest airport affectionately known by its IATA code, LAX, might […]