Scheduled to open early 2020, the American Express Centurion Lounge at New York JFK airport Terminal 4 will be financial institution’s 10th club in the US, and the second in the New York area after LaGuardia.
The wildly successful Centurion Lounges feature an elegant residential design, comfortable seating with power outlets at every seat, and premium amenities such as shower suites, day beds, a complimentary full bar with creative cocktails, and hot meals crafted in partnerships with local chefs. At Dallas-Ft. Worth airport, The Centurion Lounge boasts a complimentary spa, whereas in San Francisco, patrons may indulge in local wine tastings. American Express promises unique amenities—to be announced closer to opening date—at JFK.
At 15,000 square feet, the Centurion Lounge at JFK Terminal 4 is slated to be the largest location system-wide. The club will span over two levels and boast panoramic views of the aircraft and airport grounds.
The Centurion Lounge will welcome members of The Platinum Card and The Centurion Card, as well as two guests. Passengers will be able to visit regardless of their choice of airline, as long as they hold a boarding pass and are willing to go through security at Terminal 4—JFK terminals are all standalone and there are no provisions for airside transfers.
American Express The Centurion Lounge at New York, NY - J.F. Kennedy International (JFK) welcomes:
- American Express Centurion® card holders (+2 guests or immediate family)
- American Express Platinum Card® holders (+2 guests and children under 2 years old) within 3 hours of departure and at connection points (no access at final destination.) Proof of age or a lap infant boarding pass required for children under 2.
The Centurion Lounge is accessible to all eligible passengers regardless of their airline, destination, or departure terminal. Members can purchase access for additional guests at $50 per person.