Expanded Alaska Airlines Board Room Access for American Admirals Club Members

Good news for Admirals Club members: accessing Alaska Airlines Board Rooms just got easier.

While there’s been a reciprocal agreement with Alaska Airlines in the past, the requirements were a bit onerous in that you had to be traveling on a flight marketed AND operated by American to use the Board Rooms at certain airports.

That requirement is now gone. In Anchorage, Portland, and Seattle, you just need to present an Admirals Club or US Airways Club membership as well as a boarding pass for same-day travel on an Alaska, American, or US Airways marketed and operated flight.

This news also extends to the Board Room at LAX Terminal 6. Admirals Club members, people traveling in premium cabin international long-haul or transcontinental flights, or people with oneworld Emerald or Sapphire status can now access this lounge, in addition to the Admirals Club in Terminal 4 and the Qantas oneworld lounge in the international terminal.

Pancakes for everyone!

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