Virgin Atlantic Lounges

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Virgin Atlantic Lounges web site screenshot (July 2017)

Virgin Atlantic Clubhouses are a collection of private lounges in major airports on the east and west coasts of the U.S. In 2016, Alaska Airlines acquired Virgin America, and is currently overhauling the lounge program to create a consistent product. It seems that only certain travellers, those in “Main Cabin Select” and higher, can enter Virgin Atlantic Clubhouses. The lounges are pretty decadent, featuring sleek, modern design, good views, and lots of built-in amenities.

For details on visiting Alaska Airlines lounges, see our Alaska Lounge page.

Virgin Atlantic Lounge Access

Pay at the door: Because Alaska and Virgin are currently aligning their lounges, the pay-at-the-door fee varies and is only confirmed through 2017. Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse passes are available only to “Main Cabin Select” class passengers and higher. Rates vary from $40 to $75 USD.

Lounge cardholders: Priority Pass is an annual memberships that provide access to all Alaska Lounges.

Membership Benefits

Virgin Atlantic Clubhouses offer the following amenities:

  • Snacks and drinks, including alcoholic beverages
  • Air conditioning
  • Comfortable seating with runway views
  • Spa facilities (New York JFK only)
  • WiFi
  • Television
  • Magazines and newspapers

Virgin Atlantic Lounge Locations

Airport Location
New York City
(JFK)
Location: Terminal 4, Airside, above Gate A5
San Francisco
(SFO)
Location: International Terminal, Level 5, Checkpoint A
Washington, D.C. (IAD) Location: Terminal A, across from Gate A32


If you’re spending a lot of time on the west coast, you may be able to enter an Alaska Airlines Lounge. For more information, see our Alaska Lounge page for details.

All prices, services and facilities published above are subject to change at any time without notice. If you have questions, please visit our Lounge FAQ.

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