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Airport Club Rooms

Airline club rooms provide a refuge from crowds and amenities to help use your time effectively and if you're a frequent flyer and brand loyal to an airline, airline club membership may make a lot of good sense. Here is a listing of airline clubs and important details:




Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge
Tel: 888-247-2262
Annual fee: $398.89 (CAD); complimentary for Aeroplan Super Elite or Elite members, Star Alliance Gold members, American Express Aeroplan Plus Platinum/Corporate Platinum members, United Red Carpet Club members, US Airways Club members, and those holding a first or business class ticket (all with same-day ticket).
Number of locations: 20, plus two arrivals lounges
Meeting room cost: N/A
Access to other airlines’ clubs: None
Perks/amenities: Complimentary alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, light snacks, newspapers/magazines, high-speed Internet access, business amenities, same-day travel assistance, Xeros business centers with Lenovo PC workstations (in 13 lounges), SONY entertainment centers.


Alaska Airlines Board Room
Tel: 800-654-5669
Annual fee: $375 first year; $275 renewal
Number of locations: 6
Meeting room cost: $25/hour for members
Access to other airlines’ clubs: Northwest WorldClubs, Delta Air Lines Crown Rooms and Continental Airlines Presidents Clubs
Perks/amenities: Complimentary alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, light snacks, newspapers/magazines, local phone calls, conference rooms, assistance with travel. Two guests per member.


American Airlines Admirals Club
Tel: 800-237-7971
Annual fee: $300 - $450 first year; $250 - $400 renewal
Number of locations: 24 (North America); 13 (international)
Meeting room cost: $50 - $110/hour for members
Access to other airlines’ clubs: Qantas, Air LingusPerks/amenities: Complimentary beverages, light snacks, high-speed Internet access, showers at most locations, business services, complimentary membership to Regus Global Network of 750 business centers in 60 countries, assistance with travel.


Continental Presidents Club
Tel: 800-322-2640
Annual fee: $325 - $425 first year; $275 - $375 renewal
Number of locations: 27
Meeting room cost: $35/hour for members
Access to other airlines’ clubs: Northwest WorldClubs and Delta Air Lines Crown Rooms
Perks/amenities: Complimentary alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, light snacks, newspapers/magazines, high-speed Internet access, business amenities, assistance with travel. Two guests per member.


Delta Crown Room Club
Tel: 800-496-2225
Annual fee: $125 - $450 first year; $125 - $400 renewal
Number of locations: 29 domestic, 5 international
Meeting room cost: $50/hour for members
Access to other airlines’ clubs: Northwest WorldClubs and Continental Airlines Presidents Clubs
Perks/amenities: Complimentary alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, light snacks, newspapers/magazines, putting greens (some locations), high-speed Internet access, business amenities, assistance with travel. Two guests per member.


Midwest Airlines
Tel: 877-203-9857
Annual fee: $300 first year; $275 renewal
Number of locations: 1
Meeting room cost: $35/hour for members
Access to other airlines’ clubs: None
Perks/amenities: Complimentary nonalcoholic beverages, light snacks, newspapers/magazines, business amenities including workstations, assistance with travel.


Northwest Airlines Worldclubs
Tel: 800-692-3788
Annual fee: $250 - $450 first year; $250 - $400 renewal
Number of locations: 15 domestic; 3 international
Meeting room cost: Varies by location; use of semi-private conference rooms is free
Access to other airlines’ clubs: Aeroflot, Aeromexico, Air France, Alaska Airlines, Alitalia, Continental Airlines Presidents Clubs, Delta Air Lines Crown Rooms and KLM
Perks/amenities: Complimentary alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, light snacks, newspapers/magazines, free Wi-Fi (most Northwest locations), business amenities, local phone calls (some locations), assistance with travel. Two guests per member.


United Airlines Red Carpet Club
Tel: 866-822-5827
Annual fee: $300 - $500
Number of locations: 40 worldwide
Meeting room cost: $60 - $80/hour for members
Access to other airlines’ clubs: Star Alliance airlines clubs and US Airways Club
Perks/amenities: Complimentary nonalcoholic beverages, light snacks, newspapers/magazines, Wi-Fi (many locations, for a fee), business amenities, local phone calls, assistance with travel. Two guests per member.


US Airways Club
Tel: 800-828-8522
Annual fee: $300 - $375
Number of locations: 15 domestic, 1 international
Meeting room cost: $35/hour for members
Access to other airlines’ clubs: United Red Carpet Club and Star Alliance airlines clubs (both for an additional fee)
Perks/amenities: Complimentary nonalcoholic beverages, light snacks, newspapers/magazines, Wi-Fi, business amenities, assistance with travel. Two guests per member.




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