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PIT / Pittsburgh International Airport Mezzanine Admirals Club

Link to PIT AA airport information.

Link to PIT airport web site.

LOCATION: Main lobby past security, mezzanine level.

HOURS: The hours are posted on aa.com here.

AMENITIES:
  • 4,753 sw ft, capacity for 89 guests
  • Airport views.
  • “zoned music”, automated shades, mood lighting
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • 93% of seating has USB power
  • some seating with wireless smartphone charging pads on side tables
  • an “an expanded self-service food station with cookies, chips, crudités, fruit, baked goods, hot soup, oatmeal, yogurt and salads, as well as new self-serve coffee/tea station and Coca-Cola Freestyle soda fountain”.
  • Food for purchase
The archived pre-2019 PIT Admirals Club thread can be read here.

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Old Jun 6, 19, 5:15 pm
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The Priority Pass "The Club" expansion is scheduled to open tomorrow 6/7. (Not sure why the mods locked the newer thread where that was being discussed and made this older thread the official thread.)

Based on the where the temporary walls are connecting where the new section is, I assume it will need to be stylistically similar to the existing club. I agree with the above poster that the fit and finish are certainly not as nice as the AC; although the more substantial food and/or better drinks may be considered a potential reason to visit. While the pierogies and kielbasa are a nice touch of local food, they are also often soaked in butter and oil and get tiresome quickly.
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Old Jun 6, 19, 7:28 pm
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The Priority Pass "The Club" expansion is scheduled to open tomorrow 6/7.
Same location and entrance but an expanded space?
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Old Jul 30, 19, 4:33 pm
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Have a bunch of time before my AA flight today, so I've visited both the AC and The Club. AC is just as described. Bright, pleasant service, wasn't too crowded even at 515p. Headed over to the club and they're having a rough go of it today. Apparently a plumbing issue in the bathrooms has closed them, and all of the expansion part of the club. They're being polite about things, a server is running drinks from the bar area (which looks beautiful), so they're making the best of it. Would like to see it when it's full operational though, looks like a nice place!
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Old Oct 5, 19, 10:25 am
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October 4, 2019

Pleasant but short stay on Friday before my 6am PIT-PHL fight. This was my first time back since the elevator facing was finished.



Not many pax here so I was able to snap some more pics...










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Old Oct 5, 19, 10:30 am
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this Yinzer transplant is liking that skyline artwork in the second photo. thanks!
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Old Oct 6, 19, 10:23 pm
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Nice looking, clean lined design. I often wondered, who actually designs the Admirals clubs? Is it a local city firm, the airport, or an AA Hq design team ?
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Old Oct 7, 19, 1:55 am
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Originally Posted by perseus11 View Post
Nice looking, clean lined design. I often wondered, who actually designs the Admirals clubs? Is it a local city firm, the airport, or an AA Hq design team ?
Target lol....the resemblance between their MSP downtown store and AAs design is remarkable.
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