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One of my favorite perks of my Platinum Card from American Express is how it provides airport lounge access to the Amex Centurion Lounges, which Amex has been rapidly expanding. Currently, there are locations in Dallas-Ft. Worth, Las Vegas, New York-LaGuardia, Miami, San Francisco, a Centurion Studio in Seattle and plans to open a lounge in Houston.
However, the newest location that will be getting an American Express Centurion Lounge will be Los Angeles International Airport between Terminals 6 and 7 according to Brian Sumers.
Below is the from LAX’s terminal operations center newsletter, which Brian Sumers shared on his site:
If this is true, this will be great news for Los Angeles fliers, since this means the lounge will be post-security and will be connectable from those flying Alaska Airlines, Delta, American and United. There is no date set yet for the opening of this new club.
You can view our reviews of the other lounges here:
Lounge Review: Amex Centurion Lounge San Francisco
Lounge Review: American Express Centurion Lounge at New York LaGuardia
Lounge Review: Amex Centurion Lounge in Las Vegas
Amex Centurion Lounge Dallas Secret Bar Menu
How To Get Access to the Centurion Lounges:
To get free access for yourself and up to two guests to the Centurion Lounges, you must have either the Platinum Card® from American Express, or the The Business Platinum Card® from American Express, which both require a $450 annual fee, though they do offer a $200 airline fee credit.
In addition to the Centurion lounges, these cards offer free Delta Sky Club access (when flying Delta) and a Priority Pass Select membership making these great cards for lounge access all around.
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