Airports Lounges Aren’t Just for VIPs: Tips for Business Travelers

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Airports Lounges Aren’t Just for VIPs: Tips for Business Travelers

by Gary Cucchiara on September 17, 2013

Now that airlines have taken away most of the comforts of flying, airport lounges can be an oasis for weary business travelers. Many feature workstations, Wi-Fi, free food, open bar, and even showers.

If you don't otherwise qualify for access into these exclusive clubs, there are other (legitimate) ways to get in. Below are a few options:

Purchase an annual membership from the airline: Most of the major air carriers allow passengers to buy annual memberships to their airport lounges. Fees can range from $400-500 per year. While you can pay using frequent flier points, this option only makes sense if you primarily travel on one airline.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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