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More of the Best Airport Lounges In The U.S.

Airports are something that you are bound to go to if you plan on taking an air travel option for your travel plans. Airports can be stuffy places especially around the time of the holidays but in order to help the passengers be a little more comfortable, any airports have their special lounges which offer amazing amenities to their customers. For our readers, we gathered a list of the best airport lounges in the US and now we are back with some more of them.

JFK: Delta Sky Club

These are the Amenities of this airport lounge.

  • Flight assistance
  • Dining
  • Cocktails
  • Entertainment
  • Productivity Tools
  • Showers
  • Bathrooms which are filled with products from Goetz and Malin

How to access them:




Following are some of the customers that can have access to this lounge.

  • Delta Sky Club Member
  • Premium Cabin Passenger
  • Diamond, Platinum, Gold Medallion Members
  • Delta Reserve credit card members
  • Centurion and Platinum card members of American Express
  • Gold and Platinum Delta Skymiles credit card members
  • Virgin Australia Club Access
  • single visit pass

The cost for the single visit pass is about 50 dollars.

As for the membership costs, they are as follows.

  • Executive Membership which gives access to 2 guests on a single visit has a cost of about 745 dollars or 70000 miles for one year. The cost can also be paid in 65 dollars per month installments for 1 year.
  • Individual Membership has a cost of about 495 dollars or 47000 miles for one year. The cost can also be paid in 45 dollars per month installments for 1 year.

LAX: American Airlines Admirals Club

These are the Amenities of this airport lounge.

  • Dining
  • Cocktails
  • Quiet rooms
  • Showers
  • TV room
  • Conference room
  • Computer access
  • Travel assistance

How to access them:

Following are some of the customers that can have access to this lounge.

  • Admiral Club members
  • qualifying first and business class customers
  • Qualifying AAdvantage® Executive Platinum, Platinum Pro, and Platinum
  • OneWorld Emerald and Sapphire customers
  • Admiral Club One-Day Pass customers
  • Citi / AAdvantage Executive Card authorized users
  • members of the U.S. military traveling in their uniform on the same-day flight operated by an American airlines

The cost for a single visit pass is about 59 dollars. As for the membership costs; they are as follows.

  • AAdvantage should either pay $550.00 or  have 85,000 miles
  • AAdvantage Gold should either pay $525.00 or  have 75,000 miles
  • AAdvantage Platinum should either pay $500.00 or 70,000 miles
  • AAdvantage Platinum Pro should either pay $475.00 or  have 65,000 miles
  • AAdvantage Executive Platinum should either pay $450.00 or  have 60,000 miles

ATL: Delta Sky Club

These are the Amenities of this airport lounge.

  • Dining
  • Cocktails
  • Entertainment
  • Productivity tools
  • Sky deck
  • Flight assistance

How to access them:

Following are some of the customers that can have access to this lounge.

  • Delta Sky Club Member,
  • Premium Cabin Passenger
  • Diamond, Platinum, and Gold Medallion Members
  • Delta Reserve credit card members
  • Centurion and Platinum card members from American Express
  • Gold and Platinum Delta Skymiles credit card members
  • Virgin Australia Club Access
  • single visit pass

The cost for a single visit pass is about 59 dollars.

As for the membership costs, they are as follows.

  • Executive Membership which gives access to 2 guests on a single visit has a cost of about 745 dollars or 70000 miles for one year. The cost can also be paid in 65 dollars per month installments for 1 year.
  • Individual Membership has a cost of about 495 dollars or 47000 miles for one year. The cost can also be paid in 45 dollars per month installments for 1 year.

LAX: Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse

These are the Amenities of this airport lounge.

  • Dining
  • Cold press juice
  • Cocktails
  • Overlooks Hollywood hills
  • Relaxation areas

How to access them:

The following members have free access to this airport lounge along with one guest of their traveling on the same flight as them.

  • Upper-class passengers
  • Fling Club’s Gold members

SFO: Delta Sky Club

These are the Amenities of this airport lounge.

  • Dining
  • Cocktails
  • Entertainment
  • Flight assistance
  • Showers
  • Productivity tools

How to access them:

The following customers can have access to this lounge.

  • Delta Sky Club Member
  • Premium Cabin Passenger
  • Diamond, Platinum, and Gold Medallion Members
  • Delta Reserve credit card members
  • Centurion and Platinum card members from American Express
  • Gold and Platinum Delta Skymiles credit card members
  • Virgin Australia Club Access
  • single visit pass

The cost for the single visit pass is about 59 dollars.

As for the membership costs, they are as follows.

  • Executive Membership which gives access to 2 guests on a single visit has a cost of about 745 dollars or 70000 miles for one year. The cost can also be paid in 65 dollars per month installments for 1 year.
  • Individual Membership has a cost of about 495 dollars or 47000 miles for one year. The cost can also be paid in 45 dollars per month installments for 1 year.

SFO: American Airlines Admirals Club

These are the Amenities of this airport lounge.

  • Dining
  • Cocktails
  • Snacks
  • Business center
  • Showers
  • Travel assistance
  • Shower suites

How to access them:

Following customers can have access to the lounge.

  • Admiral Club members
  • qualifying first and business class customers
  • Qualifying AAdvantage® Executive Platinum, Platinum Pro, and Platinum
  • OneWorld Emerald and Sapphire customers
  • Admiral Club One-Day Pass customers
  • Citi / AAdvantage Executive Card authorized users
  • members of the U.S. military traveling in their uniform on the same-day flight operated by an American airlines

The cost for a single visit pass is about 59 dollars. As for the membership costs; they are as follows.

  • AAdvantage should either pay $550.00 or have 85,000 miles
  • AAdvantage Gold should either pay $525.00 or have 75,000 miles
  • AAdvantage Platinum should either pay $500.00 or have70,000 miles
  • AAdvantage Platinum Pro should either pay $475.00 or have 65,000 miles
  • AAdvantage Executive Platinum should either pay $450.00 or have 60,000 miles

IAH: United Club

These are the Amenities of this airport lounge.

  • Dining
  • Cocktails
  • Family room
  • Entertainment
  • Printers and copiers
  • Snacks
  • Screens for Flight information

How to access them:

Following customers have access to this airport lounge.

  • Premium cabin customers on an international or a transcontinental flight
  • Star Alliance Gold status
  • United Club Membership
  • one time pass

The cost of the single visit pass is about 59 dollars. As for the membership costs; they are as follows.

  • General member should either pay $550 or have 70,000 miles
  • Premier Silver should either pay $550 or have 70,000 miles
  • Premier Gold should either pay $550 or have 70,000 miles
  • Premier Platinum should either pay $500 or have 65,000 miles
  • Premier 1K should either pay $450 or have 60,000 miles

JFK: British Airways Concorde Room

These are the Amenities of this airport lounge.

  • Private dining
  • Cocktails
  • Business center
  • Conference room
  • Waiter service
  • Screens for Flight information

How to access them:

Only the following customers have access to this lounge.

  • Taking the first-class from a British Airways flight
  • Gold Member of the British Airways Executive Club
  • An Emerald member of any of the Oneworld airline frequent flyer programs

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