AA Opens Admirals Club at Washington Dulles

American Airlines has opened the doors to its new Admirals Club lounge at Washington Dulles International Airport. The new club is the final step in the airline’s relocation to Terminal B. American shifted its operations from Terminal D in June 2008.

Located on the Mezzanine Level near Gate 63, the 3,000-square-foot Admirals Club is an oasis for business and leisure travelers alike, providing amenities for productivity, comfort and convenience, American said.

“Having served Washington Dulles International Airport since 1962, American Airlines is delighted to mark the new year by opening the doors to our brand new Admirals Club lounge for our 47th year of service to IAD,” said Nancy Knipp, president – Admirals Club.  “The Admirals Club lounge will certainly heighten our customers’ travel experience as they journey through Washington Dulles International.”

Admirals Club customers can take advantage of the multi-functional business center; enjoy complimentary light snacks or a heartier meal from the Amora food and beverage offering; and receive personal assistance with boarding passes, reservations, seat selection and upgrades.

American, a founding member of the Oneworld Alliance, operates 44 Admirals Club locations in airports throughout the world, each offering a host of business tools and convenient services in a professional, secluded environment.  One-year Admirals Club memberships for new members range from just $350 to $500. AAdvantage miles can also be used to purchase Admirals Club memberships.  One-day passes are available for $50, and can be purchased online, at self-service check-in machines, or at any Admirals Club location.

For more information on Admirals Club lounges, including Admirals Club membership and one-day pass information, log on to www.aa.com/admiralsclub.

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