Review: British Airways Concorde Room New York JFK

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    While I've flown BA first class several times before, including from London to Los Angeles, London to Seattle, and Seattle to London, this was my first time flying British Airways in first class out of New York. It's their second largest longhaul station, and aside from London Heathrow, the only airport with a Concorde Room. Because of just how many flights British Airways has out of New York, their lounge system is rather complex. They have: -- The Concorde Room, which can exclusively be accessed by British Airways first class passengers -- The Galleries First Lounge, which can exclusively be accessed by oneworld Emerald members and passengers traveling in first class on a partner airline -- The Galleries Lounge, which can be accessed by oneworld Sapphire members and business class passengers -- Then they have a pre-flight dining facility, for British Airways business class passengers and Cathay Pacific first class passengers traveling to Vancouver The post Review: British Airways Concorde Room New York JFK appeared first on One Mile at a Time. Related StoriesIntroduction: Flying Brussels Airlines To TomorrowlandReview: Park Hyatt Washington DCReview: Lufthansa Business Class 747-8 Frankfurt to Washington

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