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Priority Pass sends out a monthly email announcing their new lounges. It’s nice to see Priority Pass expanding the lounges in their program, which means more lounges for Amex Platinum cardholders like myself to benefit from.
We’re happy to announce that this month we’ve added 12 new lounges to our lounge program, including this month’s feature restaurant The Grain Store Cafe and Bar, South Terminal, London Gatwick (LGW), UK.
12 New Lounges Join Priority Pass
Enroll for Priority Pass Select Access with Amex Platinum card
- More International Access – over 600 airport lounges in 100 countries
- Access available regardless of which carrier or class you are flying
- You may now bring two guests with you complimentary
- To gain admission, simply present your Priority Pass Select Card and airline ticket. (Please note that unlike Platinum Card Access admission, you will need to enroll in Priority Pass Select to gain admission.)
New Lounges in the US joining Priority Pass include:
Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW)
Philadelphia PA International (PHL)
New York NJ Newark Intl (EWR)
Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge
Washington DC Dulles Intl (IAD)
Turkish Airlines Lounge Washington
You can gain access to Priority Pass Select for free by being a cardholder of The Platinum Card® from American Express or The Business Platinum Card® from American Express OPEN. Remember that you need to ask Amex to register you for Priority Pass after you receive your card. This is just another great benefit of Amex Plat card.
Will any of the new lounges listed above help with your travel?
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