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SEA - Centurion Lounge Access

Old Dec 3, 19, 5:25 pm
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SEA - Centurion Lounge Access

I'll be flying on Alaska or WJ from YVR to IND with a 1.5 hr layover in SEA. Question is, would the Cent lounge be accessible or close-by my departing gate? And also would 1.5 hr be too rushed to enjoy some food and get a drink from the lounge before departing from SEA to IND?
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Old Dec 5, 19, 11:11 am
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I'm not sure whether it's best to merge threads here but there is a separate and very detailed thread on the SEA Centurion lounge here:

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Old Dec 9, 19, 9:09 am
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Originally Posted by NeTWorKz View Post
I'll be flying on Alaska or WJ from YVR to IND with a 1.5 hr layover in SEA. Question is, would the Cent lounge be accessible or close-by my departing gate? And also would 1.5 hr be too rushed to enjoy some food and get a drink from the lounge before departing from SEA to IND?
The Cent lounge is central, but IMO convenient only to B gates. As to AS flights, it depends. They use mainly C, D, N gates - but B9 once in a while. The others are some distance. A bigger issue is access: this lounge is often full, and you're put on a waitlist. As to WJ, it seems to depend too, on what gate they use.
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Old Dec 9, 19, 12:06 pm
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The Cent lounge is central, but IMO convenient only to B gates. As to AS flights, it depends. They use mainly C, D, N gates - but B9 once in a while. The others are some distance. A bigger issue is access: this lounge is often full, and you're put on a waitlist. As to WJ, it seems to depend too, on what gate they use.
Thanks! Appreciate the advice
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