As the final stage of the relocation of American
Airlines operations to Washington Dulles International Airport’s
Terminal B, the airline opened the doors of its new Admirals Club lounge
on Tuesday, 3 February.
In June last year, American shifted its operations
from Terminal D to make room for Dulles’ expansion of Concourse B.
“Having served Washington Dulles International
Airport since 1962, American Airlines is delighted to mark the new
year by opening the doors to our brand new Admirals Club lounge
for our 47 th year of service to IAD,” said Nancy Knipp, President
– Admirals Club. “The Admirals Club lounge will certainly heighten
our customers’ travel experience as they journey through
Washington Dulles International.”
Open from 5:30 a.m. to
6:45 p.m. Sunday through Friday and 5:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on
Saturday, the new Admirals Club lounge is located in Terminal B,
Mezzanine Level near Gate 63.
The 3,000 square foot facility
provides a respite for weary travelers with seating for 73 guests
and complimentary light snacks, juice, tea, coffee and soft
drinks. The lounge’s new food and beverage program, Amora, also
offers fare for purchase.
Premium Services representatives
assist guests with boarding passes, reservations, seat selection
and upgrades. Other highly-valued amenities include a
multi-functional business center outfitted with telephones, a
global print solution powered by PrinterOn, copier and fax
service. Visitors can choose to relax in the cyber café, use their
laptop or complimentary computers at the window-side counter, or
watch DirecTV on one of the two flat-panel televisions in the
American, a founding member of the oneworld
Alliance, operates 44 Admirals Club locations in airports
throughout the world.
One-year Admirals Club memberships for new members range from just
$350 to $500. AAdvantage miles can also be used to purchase
Admirals Club memberships. One-day passes are available for $50,
and can be purchased online, at self-service check-in machines, or
at any Admirals Club location.
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