American Increases Access to Lounges for Admirals Club Members, Adds Free Wi-Fi

By Eva Leonard on 17 November 2011
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Through partnerships with fellow oneworld alliance carriers and other airlines, American Airlines  Admirals Club members now have access to lounges at more airports where the carrier flies, but does not have Admirals Clubs.

At airports including Budapest, Delhi, Portland, Seattle, and Shanghai, Admirals Club members now have access to partner lounges with a valid Admirals Club card and a boarding pass for an American Airlines flight on that day.

American is also adding free Wi-Fi for all guests at Admirals Clubs in destinations including Chicago, Washington (Dulles and Reagan National), Los Angeles, St. Louis, and San Francisco. Free access at the rest of the carrier’s lounges is in the works.


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