Airspace Lounge Set to Open at JFK’s Terminal 5

By Paul Riegler on 28 February 2013
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Rendering of T5 Airspace Lounge

Rendering of T5 Airspace Lounge

Airspace Lounge, an operator of airport lounges owned by Swissport, announced it will expand to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport’s Terminal 5.  The new lounge is set to open in May of this year.

Airspace Lounges are open to passengers of any airline although Terminal 5 is used primarily by JetBlue and Hawaiian Airlines; Aer Lingus will begin using the terminal at the end of March.  Passengers can purchase a daily entry pass; no membership is required.

The lounge will open each day prior to the first Terminal 5 flight, and close after the last flight has departed.  The lounge offers complimentary wireless Internet, power outlets at every seat, and workspace areas.

Food and beverages, including hot breakfast sandwiches, cheese plates, and a full-service bar, are included in the admission fee. Coffee, tea, and soft drinks are also available.

The company currently operates an Airspace Lounge at Baltimore-Washington International Airport and plans to open one at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport in March of this year.

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