American Airways reopens top notch lounge at Heathrow – Enterprise Traveller

American Airways has reopened its top notch lounge at Heathrow Terminal 3, after a three-year closure on account of Covid-19.

The house has undergone “a beauty refresh”, and a brand new kitchen has been put in, permitting the service to supply “an in depth buffet providing and a premium á la carte menu”.

Different amenities on the 120-capacity lounge embrace a champagne station, in addition to “top-of-the-range bean to cup espresso machines and an in depth wine and spirits checklist”.

Sadly pictures of the reopened house has but to be carried out – AA stated it will present photographs to Enterprise Traveller when obtainable, and we’ll replace this web page accordingly.

The lounge is positioned on the departures degree of T3, past passport management in lounge space H, and is open every day from 0530 to 1900.

Entry is reserved for AA clients flying in top notch, in addition to oneworld clients travelling in top notch on a identical day worldwide flight marketed and operated by American or a oneworld airline.

For oneworld Emerald members (together with ConciergeKey, AAvantage Government Platinum and Platinum Professional), the lounge is out there for these travelling on any same-day flight marketed and operated by American or a oneworld airline.

Commenting on the information Rhett Workman, managing director, strategic efficiency and UK operations, stated:

“Our London Heathrow First Class Lounge goals to additional improve the client expertise for our valued company, whether or not they’re travelling between the US and Europe or connecting past Heathrow.

“At American, we wish to proceed reinvesting in our services to greatest meet the wants of all our passengers, particularly at a time when seamless journey is essential.”

Earlier this month American Airways and British Airways unveiled a brand new bar throughout the carriers’ recently-opened Greenwich Lounge at New York JFK Terminal 8.

British Airways and AA open Bridge Bar at JFK’s Greenwich Lounge