After a somewhat disappointing visit to the new American Express Centurion Lounge at JFK two weeks ago, Dan and I made our way to JFK’s Emirates Lounge for a proper breakfast and drinks before departing on Emirates’ morning flight to Dubai. Spoiler alert, the Emirates Lounge was great and service was fantastic. We both prefer this lounge to the new American Express Centurion Lounge.
I used Delta’s Sky Club Lounge in Terminal 4 of JFK when I was flying Delta on a short flight to Québec City. I got in by combining my Delta boarding pass with my American Express Platinum card. The Sky Club was huge, rather crowded and had some pretty interesting features, including its unique roof top deck! It was one of the nicer lounges that I have visited, and I will definitely return if I have complimentary access again.
With the holiday travel upon us, here is my review of Wingtips Lounge in Terminal 4 of New York’s JFK Airport. I have visited twice, once at breakfast and once at lunch, and will likely return.
Wingtips is a private airport lounge located plane-side, just past security, on the second level of JFK’s Terminal 4. Several foreign airports use Wingtips as their lounge and priority pass members receive complimentary entrance. NOTE – if the lounge is too crowded, priority pass members’ access is cut off. Individuals not part of priority lass can buy a one-day membership for $50 USD.
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