Lounge Review: Turkish Airlines Lounge Miami (MIA)

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The new Turkish Airlines Lounge Miami (MIA) is located at Miami International Airport (MIA) between Concourses H and J post security. You can access the lounge airside from both Concourse H and Concourse J. Popular airlines in these concourse include Delta, Southwest, United and Air Canada making it easily accessible if flying on any of those.

As this is a Priority Pass lounge, meaning that’d I’d be able to access with my Priority Pass Select Membership, which is a benefit of my Platinum Card from American Express.

Additionally, United Airlines Premier Gold, Platinum, and 1K members have access to the lounge on domestic flights, as it’s a partner lounge.

Hours are daily from 4am – 11pm daily, with plans to be open 24 hours post pandemic later this year.

The Turkish Airlines Lounge Miami is over 10,000 square feet and can fit 420 passengers at full capacity, though capacity has been limited during the pandemic.

Turkish Airlines Lounge Miami (MIA) reception area

Turkish Airlines Lounge Miami (MIA) reception area

Turkish Airlines Lounge Miami (MIA) reception area

Turkish Airlines Lounge Miami (MIA) bar area

Turkish Airlines Lounge Miami (MIA) lounge room

Turkish Airlines Lounge Miami (MIA) tapas style dining options

Turkish Airlines Lounge Miami (MIA) tapas style dining options

Turkish Airlines Lounge Miami (MIA) tapas style dining options

Turkish Airlines Lounge Miami (MIA) tapas style dining options

How To Get Access:

You can gain access to Priority Pass Select, which will get you lounge access here for free by being a cardholder of certain credit cards including both the The Platinum Card® from American Express or The Business Platinum Card® from American Express.

Additionally, United Airlines Premier Gold, Platinum, and 1K members have access to the lounge on domestic flights, as it’s a partner lounge.

Overall when it comes to Priority Pass lounges, this is a great option if you’re traveling out of Miami. Have you had a chance to check out the new Turkish Airlines Lounge Miami? Feel free to share your thoughts below. 

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Comments

  1. How was the food? The bar setup looks fishy, like it was done for display rather than actual use. Were drinks free or paid?

  2. looks like they have real food……vs some of the United and Delta lounges They seem to know how to do it!!

  3. I was recently in the Alaska Air lounge in LAX (only PP lounge open in that whole airport). It was pretty pathetic but the wrapped up food wasn’t terrible at least.
    The woman at the desk opined that it wouldn’t get back to normal unless everyone got vaccinated. I mentioned that not everyone wants the vaccine. No answer.
    LAX is absolutely a ghost town. Not sure if anyone else has been there but in my opinion it’s running at 10% capacity or less – at least TBIT.
    Shutdowns are definitely unsustainable unless the govt plans on turning on the money spigot and leaving it on indefinitely.

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