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The Last American Airlines Admirals Club Has Re-opened

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, American Airlines, like pretty much all airlines worldwide, shuttered a majority of its lounge network, especially those lounges located outside the US. Now, American’s last Admirals Club to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic has re-opened. The Admirals Club in London Heathrow’s Terminal 3 is open for business, […]

American Airlines Unveils New Admirals Club Lounge Design

American Airlines has unveiled its newest design for its network of Admirals Club lounges, and the looks are stunning. Gone are the days of hospital sterile interiors. American is really stepping up its lounge game, so let’s take a quick peek inside. New Lounge Designs American re-did its Admirals Club design just after the US […]

Denver and Washington D.C. Capital One Lounges Delayed

For Capital One cardholders, there’s some bad news – the planned Capital One Lounges at both Washington D.C. Dulles and Denver airports have been delayed into 2023. Capital One Lounges at IAD and DEN delayed While Capital One hasn’t provided a reason for the delayed openings beyond mentioning construction, the lounges in Washington D.C. and […]

Singapore Airlines Changes Guest Access Rules for Lounges

In an effort to better align themselves with Star Alliance lounge access rules for elite passengers, Singapore Airlines has updated its lounge access policies to restrict guest access to only passengers who are on the same exact flight as the lounge-eligible primary passenger. Singapore Airlines restricts lounge guest access Prior, a Singapore Airlines premium class […]

Alaska Airlines Changes Day Pass Access Rules

Alaska Airlines is changing the way its day passes work for its network of lounges, and unfortunately, some of the changes are not good. Alaska Lounge Day Pass Pricing Changing One of the first big changes is that the cost to enter an Alaska Lounge for the day will be $60, up from $50, a […]

Impressions of the Qantas First Lounge in Melbourne Australia

I recently travelled to the Qantas First Lounge in Melbourne, Australia and wanted to provide some first impressions of this lounge space, as I had never visited before. Entering the Qantas First Lounge Melbourne Entering the Qantas First Lounge Melbourne is pretty straightforward – you either need to be flying First Class on a oneworld […]

First Glance At The Chase Sapphire Lounge Experience

Chase recently announced that they will be opening lounges in several airports throughout the U.S. and internally, namely to compete with American Express and their Centurion Lounge offering, and Capital One and their premium Capital One Lounge offering. The first airports where these lounges will appear have been announced. At which airports will Chase Sapphire […]

How to Access American Airlines Lounges

American Airlines offers several different types of lounges, and there are access rules for each depending on what class of service you’re flying, if you have a membership, or what elite tier you are. In this post, we’re going to take a look at each of the different lounges and what it takes to access […]

Delta Air Lines Changes Sky Club Access Rules

We all know that airline lounges can get very crowded, especially during peak times. Recently, American Express instituted several changes to help reduce overcrowding, and now Delta is following in those footsteps by implementing several new policies. New Access Rules A few years ago, all of the major U.S. carriers with lounges changed how customers […]