COVID-19 resource center
Should you need to travel, we have put together a comprehensive list of resources to help you navigate airport lounge closures and policy changes.
Know where to go.
Many airport lounges are still closed. Some access rules have changed. Our Lounge Access Wizard is always up-to-date.
Simply plug in your itinerary, frequent flyer status, and lounge memberships: we’ll tell you which clubs you have access to, and we’ll call out temporary closures.
You can also store your memberships and access credentials in your profile and we’ll show you accessible lounges at a glance. (Requires a free account.)
Navigate service changes.
We have made several changes to our worldwide airport lounge index to help you travel better during the pandemic. Our index is updated daily with the latest information, opening hours, and details on service changes.
See service changes at a glance
Our index includes a dedicated COVID-19 section with a summary of sanitary measures and temporary service adjustments.
Receive e-mail notifications.
Waiting for a lounge to re-open? Just check the box and we’ll e-mail you as soon as it is open for business. (Requires a free account.)
Get directions to the nearest open lounge.
Should you stumble upon a lounge that’s unexpectedly closed, our index now includes approximate walking times to other lounges within the same terminal.
Purchase lounge access with confidence.
Buy access to hundreds of lounges up to a year in advance. Should your plans change, you can request a full refund ahead of your planned visit.
Buying is easy—we accept all major credit cards—and your purchase will be confirmed instantly.
Our blog brings you the latest on service changes, along with trip reports.
Travelers are flocking back to the skies, and Delta is ready to welcome them. Without fanfare, the airline has re-activated virtually every Sky Club network-wide. Two weeks ago, the second largest US carrier replaced the list of open lounges at delta.com with a simple message: “All of Delta’s Clubs will be reopened by the end…
On July 1st, 2021, members of Priority Pass and LoungeKey will lose access to many Plaza Premium lounges worldwide. Early information about the break-up between Collinson, the operator of Priority Pass and LoungeKey, and Plaza Premium, the largest independent airport lounge worldwide, left us fearing that all 80+ Plaza Premium lounges would leave the Priority…