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Airspace Airport Lounges

Airspace Lounge web site screenshot (May 2016)

AirSpace has a collection of lounges located throughout the United States, often in terminals where other private lounges do not exist. For $20 - $25, travellers can buy a one-time day pass to lounges in JFK (T5), Cleveland, Baltimore and San Diego. The company does not charge annual fees, which makes this a handy drop-in rather than a massive commitment. Features offered follow the standard offerings which include drinks, snacks, computers, seating and the occasional shower. Guests also get a credit of approximately $10 to the in-lounge bar, which makes a welcome dent in your bar or meal bill. The JFK T5 lounge most definitely provides the best value to customers – and it also happens to be the only private lounge in the terminal.

Lounge Access

  • Pay at the Door: $20 – 25 per person, depending on the lounge
  • Credit Cards: American Express Platinum Card holders receive complimentary access for them and their guests

Airspace Lounge Benefits

  • Unlimited complimentary coffee, soft drinks, fruit, snacks
  • Credit towards the Airspace Lounge premium menu and bar
  • TVs, newspapers, complimentary computers with printing and scanning
  • Ample comfortable seating in a quiet atmosphere
  • Conference rooms
  • Showers in select locations, in-lounge restrooms in most locations

Airspace Locations

Airport Location
Baltimore
(BWI)

Location: Airside, Concourse D, neat Gate D10

Cleveland
(CLE)

Location: Airside, Main Terminal, before B Concourse

New York City JFK
(JFK)

Location: Terminal 5, Airside, between Gates 24 and 25

San Diego
(SAN)

Location: Terminal 2, Airside, between East Security and the new bridge to Terminal 2 West.

All prices, services and facilities published above are subject to change at any time without notice. To update this lounge information or submit a photo, email us at lounges@sleepinginairports.com. If you have questions, please visit our Lounge FAQ.

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