Wondering where Jetblue’s lounge is located at JFK? It’s in Terminal 5.
Before going into details about Jetblue lounge at JFK, I’ll cover some basics first.
What is an Airport lounge?
An airport lounge is a facility operated at many airports that offers travelers comfortable seating, computer access, complimentary refreshments, and other amenities. There are lounges for first-class and business-class passengers as well as for members of certain frequent flier programs.
Are all airport lounges run by airlines?
Except for Centurion and Escape lounges, all other airport lounges are run by independent airline operators.
So, what’s the difference between an airline-operated lounge and an independent one?
The main difference is that airline-operated ones are usually only accessible to passengers of that airline or its partners whereas independent lounges can be accessed by any traveler for a day pass fee.
Jetblue vs Delta vs American airlines lounges; what’s the best?
The best airport lounge really depends on what you’re looking for and what your priorities are. If you want the most luxurious experience, then go for a first or business-class lounge. But if you’re just looking for a place to relax and have some decent refreshments before your flight, any of the three airline’s lounges will suffice.
I prefer Jetblue’s lounge at JFK because it’s more spacious – rooftop- and has better food options. The staff is also more attentive and helpful.
I use Delta lounges when I’m flying Delta because I find that their lounges are more consistent in terms of quality.
As for Americans, I only use their lounge when it’s my only option. They are super crowded.
Jetblue Lounge at JFK
In the Summer of 2013, Jetblue opened its flagship lounge at JFK. It is operated by Swissport subsidiary Airspace Lounge and has amenities including power outlets at every seat, food, drinks, free printing and scanning. When it opened they charged $20–$35 a day.
Its space spans2,500 square feet and has a capacity of 60 people.
So, how can I access Jetblue lounge at JFK?
To be able to enter the Jetblue lounge at JFK, you must be Amex member or have a first-class or business-class ticket on JetBlue. If you don’t have any of those, you can still access the lounge by paying $50 for a day pass.
Is Jetblue lounge at JFK Open?
Following COVID resurgence in the US in late 2021, Jetblue closed its lounge at JFK following the recommendations of CDC.
- Aer Lingus Lounge:
- USO Lounge
It appears that Jetblue has not reopened its lounge at JFK as of early June 2022.
For updates, check their website here.
Q: Is there a dress code to enter the Jetblue lounge at JFK?
A: There is no formal dress code, but please keep in mind that this is a place for travelers who are about to board their flights. So, it’s best to avoid wearing anything that’s too casual or revealing.
Q: What are the food and drink options at the Jetblue lounge at JFK?
A: The food options vary depending on the time of day, but they usually have a selection of snacks and light meals such as salads, sandwiches, soups, and pastries. As for drinks, there is a self-serve bar with soft drinks, juices, water, beer, and wine.
Q: Can I bring a guest to the Jetblue lounge at JFK?
A: Yes, you can bring one guest for free with you if you have an American Express card. If you don’t have an Amex card, you can still bring a guest but you will have to pay $50 for their day pass.
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