BA Lounge Database | North America

Old Jan 7, 13, 4:21 pm
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i Preface
Welcome to the North America edition of the BA Lounge Database. This thread contains details of all the lounges currently available to BA passengers in this region. Each lounge card contains basic reference information plus a background image, carefully selected to provide you with a flavour of what's in store at each location. Links to comprehensive member reviews, pictorial, and discussion threads pertaining to individual lounges will be added in due course.

If you typically use a mobile app to browse the site, you will instantly notice a sub-optimal presentation. This thread does happen to be image intensive and I make no apologies for this. So using a standard web browser is definitely recommended.
Please note while best efforts are taken to keep abreast of the opening hours listed in this thread (and on the oneworld lounge site), lounge opening times are subject to routine changes. At outstations, the hours of opening at BA operated lounges are reliably adjusted to align with BA’s flight schedules.
For full information on lounge access eligibility, we have a separate thread covering that: http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/briti...uidelines.html. All the information you need is contained there.

ii Index
The database is organised in alphabetical order by country, then city. Please follow the section links below:

Canada
Mexico
USA | Atlantic Coast North
USA | Atlantic Coast South
USA | Midwest and Texas
USA | West
USA | Pacific Coast

iii Other regions


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Old Jan 7, 13, 4:21 pm
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Canada

YYC Calgary



YUL Montral



YYZ Toronto





YVR Vancouver





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Mexico

MEX Mexico City



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USA | Atlantic Coast North

BWI Baltimore



BOS Boston

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EWR Newark



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PHL Philadelphia











IAD Washington DC

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USA | Atlantic Coast South

ATL Atlanta



BDA Bermuda



MIA Miami







MCO Orlando



MSY New Orleans
No lounge. Lounge eligible passengers are given a US$28 refreshment voucher, which can be used at all concessions airside and landside. There are only a few places landside, and airside isn't that well provided for either. But you can get a hot meals, sandwiches, salads, confectionery, and drinks.

The new North terminal, scheduled to open in mid 2018, is expected to have some sort of lounge provision, according to local management.


TPA Tampa



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USA | Midwest and Texas

AUS Austin



ORD Chicago











DFW Dallas Fort Worth











IAH Houston



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USA | West

DEN Denver



LAS Las Vegas



PHX Phoenix







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USA | Pacific Coast

HNL Honolulu
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LAX Los Angeles
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Walk through of the International First Lounge

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SAN San Diego
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An extension to this lounge, due to open in mid October 2015, will offer additional seating, shower suites and a new self-service deli counter.

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BA's service operates out of Terminal B and while the lounge is located in Terminal A, the two terminals are physically linked and the lounge isn't too far from BA's gate, usually 18 (opposite "The Brit" pub). So when you clear security at B, turn right and walk straight along the length of the concourse until the gate numbers descend to 15.


SEA Seattle


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Old Jan 8, 13, 2:47 am
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Couple of micro-comments on this on-going Master Work.

1. BWI - you mention tipping bar staff, but I assume drinks are free? An odd arrangement - is this common?

2. IAD - my photo of Galleries First is, of course, the bar area in Galleries Club. I have never dared to ask to enter "The Hall of The Gods" to take a photo
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Whilst in the International lounge at Tampa last month, I was chatting to staff and they advised that new lounge is opening next month. Still 3rd party lounge but much larger and located at other end of terminal F. Should be a welcome change since existing one is pokey to say the least!
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LAS lounge - I am not sure if you can pay $35 to get into the Term 3 lounge. I think that is just for the D Gate Term 1 lounge.

The champagne on offer is actually a cava, despite calling it champagne

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SFO has showers, wine-tasting, snacks served at seats and boards directly to the aircraft
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D'oh! I came back from SAN last week, but as the BA site did not list a lounge and the check-in lady didn't say anything either (we were in CW, btw), I didn't even try...
Ready for next time, though, so thank you very much for this info, Prospero
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Old Jan 8, 13, 12:07 pm
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Hi,
A minor amendment to PHX

PHX- the toilets are outside the lounge ( but on the same level as the lounge and as it is above the general concourse the toilets are quiet). No shower.

Wnen I was there in Spetember the lounge opened at 1500 ( check in opened at 1430)
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Old Jan 8, 13, 12:19 pm
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Originally Posted by The _Banking_Scot View Post
Hi,
A minor amendment to PHX

PHX- the toilets are outside the lounge ( but on the same level as the lounge and as it is above the general concourse the toilets are quiet). No shower.

Wnen I was there in Spetember the lounge opened at 1500 ( check in opened at 1430)
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I fly PHX-LHR later this month in CW. Can you confirm check-in will open at 1430 for a 2110 departure, seems very early?

Edit: the BA website only states there is a Terraces, and no F lounge - is there an F lounge?

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