Review: American Airlines Flagship Lounge Chicago O’Hare Airport

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    Our flight from Washington DC landed at around 2PM, while our connection to Beijing was at 5:20PM. So upon landing we headed towards the Flagship Lounge, which is located at the far end of the "K" concourse, across from gate K19. While a lot of international flights leave from that area, it can be a bit of a haul from other parts of the concourse. At the end of the concourse the door to the Flagship Lounge is located on the right, across from the elevator to the crew room. The agent that checked us in was extremely friendly, as I find to be the norm for the Chicago Flagship Lounge agents. They're one of the only redeeming qualities of this lounge. Do keep in mind that the Flagship Lounge is available both to customers traveling in international first class on oneworld, as well as oneworld Emerald members. That means Executive Platinum members traveling internationally (even in economy or business class) automatically get access to the lounge, which makes it a bit more crowded than your average first class lounge. Furthermore, non-American AAdvantage oneworld Emerald members get Flagship Lounge access even when traveling domestically. The post Review: American Airlines Flagship Lounge Chicago O’Hare Airport appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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