• Joe Breitfeller

American Airlines to Open Seven More Admirals Clubs Throughout October

American Airlines announced on Monday that just in time for the holiday season they will reopen seven additional Admirals Clubs. Throughout October the carrier will reopen clubs in Austin, Boston, Denver, Houston, Nashville, Orlando and San Francisco.


American Airlines' Admirals Club Guacamole and Chips - Courtesy American Airlines

On Monday (September 14, 2020), American Airlines announced the reopening of seven more Admirals Club locations throughout October. Holiday travelers will be able to relax at clubs in Austin (AUS), Boston (BOS), Denver (DEN), Houston (IAH), Nashville (BNA), Orlando (MCO) and San Francisco (SFO). The reopening locations will join the Admirals Clubs already open in Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, New York (JFK and LGA), Philadelphia, Phoenix and Washington D.C. (DCA).


Starting October 1, 2020, club guests will enjoy complimentary favorites such as avocado toast in the morning or guacamole and chips in the afternoon. All food will be prepared by lounge staff team members behind protective acrylic screens wearing PPE including face masks and gloves. New for October, guests will enjoy self-service choices such as cheese cubes, hummus, hard-boiled eggs and fruit, all pre-packaged or individually portioned. Additionally, Signature food-for-sale items will remain available all day and accessed using QR codes.


American Airlines’ guests visiting Admirals Club lounges can expect health and well-being improvements including mandatory masks, Plexiglass shields at reception and service desks, foot operated door openers (where feasible), hand sanitizer stations, increased cleaning and disinfecting of tables and chairs, social-distancing signage and floor decals and 50 percent reduced capacity. Customers can also enjoy unlimited free digital magazine and newspaper downloads on their personal devices by connecting to the Admirals Club Wi-Fi and visiting read.aa.com.

Source: American Airlines

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