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The Club at ATL premieres at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport

Published: 19/07/2013 - Filed under: Home » News »

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The Club at ATL, the Atlanta airport’s first common use VIP lounge, has opened in the Maynard Holbrook Jackson, Jr. International Terminal on Concourse F. The lounge, developed by Airport Lounge Development (ALD) of Dallas, is available to all passengers, regardless of carrier or class of ticket, at a daily rate of $35. Membership packages will also be available but not required.

The lounge, located on the mezzanine level, is outfitted with modern furniture, a two story glass wall with views of the downtown Atlanta skyline, work stations, bars and shower facilities. The lounge is approximately 7,257 square feet and accommodates 161 people, offering passengers wireless internet access and complimentary snacks and beverages including beer, wine and liquor.

“At the busiest passenger airport in the world, we strive to provide an exceptional experience for all our customers and we are excited to welcome The Club at ATL,” said Hartsfield-Jackson general manager Louis Miller. “The addition of The Club at ATL will offer all of our customers the comforts and amenities associated with a high-end airport lounge at an affordable price.” 

The Club at ATL is ALD’s sixth common use airport VIP lounge operating under ‘The Club at’ brand of independent lounges. ALD specializes in the design, construction, operation, management and marketing of passenger airport VIP lounges. “The Club at” brand of lounges does not require an annual membership fee, nor do passengers need to pre-book. Guests simply purchase day passes at the reception desk. In addition to access for passengers buying day-passes, The Club at ATL will provide lounge services to a variety of client groups, including major international airline carriers and Priority Pass. 

 “Securing the only airline-independent lounge at the world’s busiest airport has been a key win for us,” Graham Richards, director of operations for ALD said.  “Our lounges are experiencing strong passenger traffic with consistently high re-visit rates. It is great to see the airport industry getting behind us too in opening up spaces such as this one for us to manage.”

 — Dan Booth 

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