Alaska Air has a lounge at JFK’s Terminal 7 and if you are wondering how you can access the lounge for a day or through Priority, Centurion or any other membership, I’ll answer all that here.
What is an airport lounge?
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An airport lounge is a quiet room at the airport where you can enjoy some peace and quiet, have a drink or bite to eat and recharge your devices. It is the perfect place to relax before a long flight and you can pay a fee to access it once or have a membership that will give you access to many lounges around the world.
What is Alaska Lounge at JFK?
Alaska lounge is a calm oasis located in JFK’s Terminal 7. The lounge has plenty of seating, both comfortable chairs and sofas, as well as power outlets to charge your devices. You can also find a wide selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as snacks like pretzels, chips and yogurt. The lounge is open daily from 5:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
The lounge is owned and operated by Alaska Airlines, which is a publicly-traded company trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol ALK. Alaska Airlines has its main hub in Seattle-Tacoma International Airport with a secondary hub in Portland International Airport. The airline has been a Oneworld member since 1999.
It has a market capitalization of $5.5 Billion as of this posting in July 2022.
Where is Alaska Lounge at JFK?
Alaska Lounge at JFK is located in Terminal 7. After you clear security, take a left and the lounge will be on your right-hand side. If you are arriving to JFK, you can take the Air Train to Terminal 7. The lounge is on Level 5, near Gate 23.
Alaska lounge JFK phone number:(800) 654-5669
The main phone contact for Alaska Lounge at JFK is (800) 654-5669 but I also found more phone number on their help page which includes;
- Phone number for Reservations / Pre-flight questions: 1-800-252-7522 (1-800-ALASKAAIR)
- Phone number for Guest Care / Post-flight concerns: 1-800-654-5669
- Phone number of client Accounts info/question: 1-800-654-5669
- More phone numbers with chat options and a contact form on their website here.
Alaska Lounge Intro Video by Alaska Airlines
How do I access Alaska Lounge at JFK?
There are a few ways to access the lounge.
-If you are an Alaska Airlines MVP Gold or 75k member, you have complimentary access to the lounge.
-You can also access the lounge with a same-day boarding pass on any airline by paying $60 at the door.
-Another way to access the lounge is through a membership like Priority Pass, which gives you access to over 1,300 lounges worldwide. Priority Pass has different membership levels and the cost ranges from $99-$399 per year.
-If you don’t want to commit to a yearly membership, you can also purchase a day pass for $32 through their website.
-Lastly, some credit cards like the American Express Centurion Card or Platinum Card from American Express will give you complimentary access to the lounge.
JFK’s Alaska Lounge Day Pass:
The cost of Alaska lounge day pass at JFK is $60.
According to Alaska Airlines website, Alaska Lounge day pass must be used in conjunction with same-day, ticketed air travel on any airline. One day pass is required per person, however children younger than 2 can accompany an adult member at no charge.
Guests under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Alaska Lounge access and the sale of day passes may be limited due to capacity restrictions. Day passes are non-refundable, however, if you purchase a membership within 30 days of purchasing a day pass, we’ll refund you for the cost of the day pass.
To book the day pass, you’ll have to register on their website here.
The lounge is open daily from 5:00 am to 8:00 pm
JFK’s Alaska Lounge Membership:
-Priority Pass Select Membership: $99-$399 per year
-Day pass: $32 per person
Priority Pass members have access to over 1,300 airport lounges worldwide
-Quiet work areas
-Showers (at select locations)
Alaska lounge jfk cost:
A day pass to Alaska Lounge at JFK costs $60. If you purchase a Priority Pass membership within 30 days of buying a day pass, the cost of the day pass will be refunded.
If you have a priority pass, you’ll pay $0 if you have not exhaused their complimentary visits or $32/visit if you have.
If you are an Alaska Airlines MVP Gold or 75k member, you have complimentary access to the lounge.
Are drinks and food free at Alaska Airlines Lounge?
Yes, a variety of complimentary hot and cold food is available throughout the day, as well as a selection of beer, wine, spirits, and non-alcoholic beverages. All these are available at no cost to you and this is common with lounges. Amex’s Centurion lounge also offer free food and drinks.
-Snacks and drinks
-Showers (coming soon!)
What are the other Alaska lounge locations?
|Anchorage Airport (ANC)||Concourse C, near Gate C-1||Daily:5:00 am – 1:00 am|
|John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)||Terminal 7 on the Mezzanine level, just above security||Daily: 5:00 am – 8:00 pm|
|Los Angeles Airport (LAX)||Terminal 6 on the mezzanine level, near Gate 64||Daily:5:00 am – 9:30 pm|
|Portland Airport (PDX)||Concourse C, across from Gate C5||Daily:4:30 am – 10:30 pm|
|San Francisco Airport (SFO)||Terminal 2, just beyond the D Security Checkpoint||Daily:5:00 am – 11:00 pm|
|Seattle/Tacoma Airport (SEA)||Concourse C, on the mezzanine level next to Gate C-16||Daily:6:00 am – 12:00 am|
|Seattle/Tacoma Airport (SEA)||Concourse D, just beyond Security Checkpoint 4||Daily:5:00 am – 10:00 pm|
|Seattle/Tacoma Airport (SEA)||North Satellite on the mezzanine level, above Gates N13-18||Daily:5:00 am – 11:00 pm|
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