BOS lounge access

Old Aug 22, 17, 9:36 pm
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BOS lounge access

i know boston is an airport with separate security checks for its terminals.

1. if i am flying out of boston on jetblue, what lounges will i have access to?

2. if i am flying out of boston on southwest, what lounges will i have access to?

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Old Aug 22, 17, 9:47 pm
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Originally Posted by r m a h View Post
i know boston is an airport with separate security checks for its terminals.

1. if i am flying out of boston on jetblue, what lounges will i have access to?

2. if i am flying out of boston on southwest, what lounges will i have access to?

thanks!
JetBlue flies out of the main part of Terminal C, which is connected airside to terminal E. In C and E combined, there are three Priority Pass lounges, and lounges for various international carriers.

Southwest flies out of Terminal A. There are 2 Delta Sky Clubs.

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Old Aug 22, 17, 10:26 pm
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JetBlue flies out of the main part of Terminal C, which is connected airside to terminal E. In C and E combined, there are three Priority Pass lounges, and lounges for various international carriers.

Southwest flies out of Terminal A. There are 2 Delta Sky Clubs.
thanks....in which scenario would i have access to aa or united lounges?
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Old Aug 22, 17, 10:39 pm
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AA and UA, and their respective clubs, are in Terminal B, which is not connected airside to any other terminal.
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Old Aug 23, 17, 1:04 pm
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thanks....in which scenario would i have access to aa or united lounges?
If you are an Admirals Club member, you can use your same-day B6 or WN boarding pass to clear security at Terminal B to access either one of the Admirals Clubs there. I assume you can do the same if you're a member of United's club. The line monitors and the TSA agents may tell you that you're in the wrong terminal, but just tell them you're going to the lounge; as long as you have a same-day boarding pass, you're entitled to clear security at any of the terminals. Of course when it's time for your flight, you'll need to reclear security at the correct terminal.
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Old Aug 23, 17, 10:25 pm
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If you are an Admirals Club member, you can use your same-day B6 or WN boarding pass to clear security at Terminal B to access either one of the Admirals Clubs there. I assume you can do the same if you're a member of United's club. The line monitors and the TSA agents may tell you that you're in the wrong terminal, but just tell them you're going to the lounge; as long as you have a same-day boarding pass, you're entitled to clear security at any of the terminals. Of course when it's time for your flight, you'll need to reclear security at the correct terminal.
thanks! if i only have a physical day pass, would that also suffice?
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Old Aug 24, 17, 1:06 am
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thanks! if i only have a physical day pass, would that also suffice?
Depends on the terms of the pass. If it requires a same-day flight on the issuing airline you're out of luck. If that's not required it should work fine.
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Old Aug 24, 17, 9:37 am
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thanks! i'll get out my magnifying conditions and check the T&C!! ha
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