Emirates offers paid access to 27 lounges worldwide

Dubai-based airline says dedicated lounge at Logan Int'l is 41st to open globally

Emirates.
Emirates.

Dubai-based carrier Emirates has expanded its offer of paid access to more than 25 airport lounges worldwide after introducing the service at Dubai International Airport, according to a recent release. 

Emirates frequent flyer Blue and Silver members are now able to pay for lounge access at 27 airports globally. While, Platinum and Gold members receive free access to international lounges can now pay for additional companions.

The airline also announced the opening of its 41st dedicated lounge located at Boston Logan International Airport.

The airports where lounge access is available are: Auckland, Bangkok, Birmingham, Brisbane, Cape Town, Delhi, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Glasgow, Hamburg, Johannesburg, Kuala Lumpur, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Los Angeles, Manchester, Melbourne, Milan, Munich, New York John F. Kennedy, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Perth, San Francisco, Sydney and Tokyo Narita.

 

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