New Airport Lounge For Platinum Cardholders

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As reported by, a “newly constructed Escape Lounge” is now open and welcoming passengers in Southern California’s Ontario International Airport (ONT). The first Escape Lounge located in Terminal 2 has been open since January.

Amex Platinum benefits are numerous ranging from elite status, airline fee credits, uber credits, lounge access and more. When it comes to lounge access, both the Platinum Card from American Express, and The Business Platinum Card® from American Express, offer a variety of benefits, however the top perk of these cards is airport lounge access.

New Airport Lounge For Platinum Cardholders

ONTARIO, Calif., April 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The second of two premium lounges planned for Ontario International Airport (ONT) is now welcoming airline passengers, local officials announced today. Accessible for all air travelers, the newly constructed Escape Lounge features local gourmet cuisine and first-rate customer service in nearly 2,800 square feet in Terminal 4, which serves American Airlines and Southwest Airlines.

Escape Lounges are all-inclusive premium airport lounges open to all passengers offering a wide variety of amenities including hot and cold food and beverages, plush and relaxing seating with ample power outlets, high-speed Wi-Fi, up-to-the-second flight information and access to national and local newspapers.

New Airport Lounge For Platinum Cardholders

Images courtesy Escape Lounges

Bottom Line

It’s aways great news to have new lounges to visit for free! Escape Lounges are accessible to cardholders of both the Platinum Card from American Express, and The Business Platinum Card® from American Express as well as the Centurion Card. Cardholders can also bring two guests with them for free.



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