Airspace Lounges Now Open In 3 Airports

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    Airspace Lounge is now open in JFK terminal 5, joining existing Airspace lounges in Baltimore and Cleveland.

    JFK T5 serves JetBlue, Hawaiian, and Aer Lingus.

    Entry is free with The Platinum Card® from American Express or the The Business Platinum Card® from American Express OPEN.  With the Platinum card you also get free entry for you and 2 guests or for you and your entire immediate family.  As long as your Platinum card isn’t expired (they expire 4 years from date of issue) it will give you free access.  An arriving or departing boarding pass for all guests is required. Entry without a Platinum card is $25-$35 per person. If you’re flying Aer Lingus business or first class then entry is free as well.

    With entry every person is entitled to a $10 Airspace gift card good for premium drink and food items in the lounge.  Be sure to ask for a card for you and all your guests, even your infant!
    Complimentary items include Peet’s Coffee and Tea, soft drinks, small snacks and fruit, printing and scanning, use of house computers, Wi-Fi, use of private restrooms, and shower facilities.
    And it’s pretty great to jump into a shower after getting off a red-eye!

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    Does the MB platinum also give entery?


    Finally!! Thanks for the update Dan!


    Hey Dan (because of your site) i got for my family the lounge club passes we are going on Turkish Air and its in Terminal 1, would you know which lounges and passes would i need to get in?


    Does it pay to go to terminal 5, if flight is departing terminal 4 jfk? and will I need to pass security twice?



    Yes as long as it did not pass the expiration date on card


    I see there is a Kal Business class Lounge In Terminal 1 that you can enter with Lounge club pass!


    If I m an authorize user from Amex platinum can I get free longe!????


    Is there any way to get into the American Airlines lounge if I’m going American International and I don”t have an American Airlines Executive card?



    Does not pay at all.

    Yes, as long as your card is Platinum as well.
    On a personal AMEX Plat you get 3 additional users for $175.

    Yes, the AMEX Plat gives access to American lounges.


    How about chase saphire


    Will an Amex Platinum Skymiles card work for this?




    Dan would it pay to go from terminal 1 to terminal 4 for the lounge? the time of my flight the Kal lounge is closed!


    No. It’s not worth switching terminals for a lounge.

    Deal Guy

    Would they let you in if you are flying in a different terminal? Meaning, would security even let you through,to get to the lounge?


    Do I understand correctly that even if I have Platinum Card from American Express that has been CANCELLED, as long as I still have the the card AND it is not pass its expiration date as shown on the card, I can get free access to the lounges?


    Is there any AMEX lounges @ JFK T4?

    Nathan B

    @Dan Dan here is a question if i get a AMEX Platnum and than i cancel after the year can i use the canceled card to enter clubs etc.




    @Nathan B:

    Read the post and comments


    Dan – a little off topic, are these lounges free with the platinum – or it just gives you access?
    Is the Delta Sky Club in newark free with the platinum card?
    if i get the AMEX Platinum and than cancel can i use the canceled card to enter club?

    Thanks again.


    Does this work if the card has been closed?

    I Travel Virtually

    These airspace lounges look like a great option if you have a long layover in these airports.

    The fee is not really that bad and it allows you to relax and you can get some work done if you need to while you are waiting for your flight.

    I think more airports should make these lounges available to travelers.


    They’ve opened in San Diego too. It’s a pretty nice lounge. It’ like the Cleveland lounge in that it has great views, but it’s much bigger.