A lot of people rate the First Class Lounge at Abu Dhabi operated by Etihad. Personally I was a little disappointed.
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A recent visit to the Etihad First and Business Class lounge was a great way to start my trip.
A trip back from Santiago gave me the chance to experience both the Admirals Club and LATAM Lounge there. And boy, are they different.
The YU Lounge is not somewhere I would usually visit – expensive to get in, but a benefit of those staying at the Four Seasons Nevis travelling to and from St. Kitts airport.
The Private Jet Terminal can now be used by scheduled passengers at London City Airport, for a fee. It’s very private.
The newest BA concept in First Class lounges is the Concorde Bar in Singapore. My recent trip gave me a chance for a visit.
The remodelled Qantas Lounge at Hong Kong is nice enough – just not very ‘special’
The Aer Lingus lounge in Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport services a number of airlines leaving from the newer of the two terminals at DUB. Busy in the morning for the US-bound passengers waiting to be called to Pre-Clearance, it serves as a reasonable place to wait. Great views of the airfield help pass the time.
My hotel shuttle dropped me off at the American Airlines/US Airways part of Laguardia (Terminal C) in the early hours of the morning for my flight to Washington National. I was through Pre-Check in about 10 minutes and off to the refurbished small Admiral Club lounge. There was a good selection of breakfast food…
With Copenhagen being a fortress Star Alliance member SAS, the lounge offering for non-SAS passengers are pretty thin. Finnair uses two different lounges. On my recent visit I chose the Aspire Lounge, a short walk from the A gates used by the airline.