Priority Pass Members Have Access to an Expanded Lounge in Boston

Oct 19, 2017

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The second phase of The Club lounge in Boston Logan’s (BOS) Terminal E is now open for business. The Club first opened in BOS in January 2017, and as of Wednesday, the second phase of its space is up and running.

The new space means that in total, The Club offers passengers just over 3,500 square feet of space and the capacity to seat 82. In addition, lounge-goers will find new restrooms and shower facilities, new furniture, an enhanced complimentary meal menu and more.

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Operated by Airport Lounge Development, The Club is located in the international terminal at BOS, which serves all international arrivals and departures. In addition, you can get to it via Terminal C.

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When you go to the lounge, you can expect complimentary premium spirits, beer, wine, sodas and coffee, as well as light snacks, soups and salads. With the expansion, The Club has also introduced photography to decorate the space by local photographer Steve Lipofsky.

The Club operates daily from 5:30am to 1:00am. The Club is a member of the following programs: Lounge Club, Diners Club International, LoungeKey, AAA Members Discount Program and Priority Pass. As a reminder, you can get access to Priority Pass lounges, including The Club, with premium credit cards, such as the Chase Sapphire Reserve, Platinum Card from American Express and more.

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