SkyTeam lounge guide - looking for contributors

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  1. tomh009
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    We are now working on the MilePoint lounge guide wiki, with a basic directory as the first step:
    http://milepoint.com/forums/wiki/skyteam-lounge-guide/

    If you are interested in contributing (this involves building up a comprehensive lounge directory per country using Excel), send me a conversation and I can provide more details.
     
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    I have just sent one to you.
     
  3. MSPeconomist
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    This may be just me, but it would be much more useful if the location information were to clearly indicate which passengers can access these lounges through airport security. In particular, are the lounges landside or airside, and if airside, can all departing passengers get to the lounge, or is the airport divided into separate concourses with their own security checkpoints?
     
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    I agree that that sort of information is the most valuable information to include - overall it's fairly easy to get a lounge list with basic amenity information, but first-hand detailed information, access to lounge reviews ("what's the nicest skyclub in atlanta?" - probably more of a thread-link for this sort of thing) or general descriptions ("MSP FG is big, airy, and modern with a giant bad, MSP C offers more privacy and serve-yourself beverages"), etc. would be a much handier resource overall.
     

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