About Korean Air’s JFK Lounge:
Among our ‘Airports Dos’ at JFK Airport in New York City is hanging out at KAL Business Class Lounge. At this lounge, you can grab a magazine, take a shower, enjoy their internet, get some snacks, grab a drink, or just watch TV. You should, however, note that the food at KAL Lounge are packed and frozen and if you are looking for hot meals, consider other lounges.
There are comfortable seats and a few working spaces that you can sit and use your computer.
KAL Lounges are reserved for Korean Air passengers that have specific credentials such as elite status, premium tickets, or other access methods that are required for entry. If you are a family, you should note that KAL Lounges are free for children under 2 years and
Other locations with KAL lounges are Busan, Seoul(Gimpo/Incheon), Fukuoka, Nagoya, Osaka, Tokyo(Narita), Los Angeles, New York, Honolulu.
Korean Air Lounge Location at JFK
To get to KAL Lounge at JFK, first, locate where Terminal 1 is. At Terminal 1’s Airside section, take the stairs or elevator in front of Gate 3 up to KAL Lounge on Level 3. You should, however, note that KAL Lounge is only accessible if you are departing from Terminal 1.
Korean Air Lounge Services at JF. Kennedy Airport
Below are some services and facilities you can expect to get at KAL:
- Air Conditioning
- Beverages (alcohol)
- Beverages (non-alcoholic)
- Conference Facilities
- Disabled Access
- Flight Information Monitor
- Printers & Copiers
Below are services not available at KAL JFK Lounge:
- Premium food
- Children’s rooms
- Smoking area
Korean Air Operating and Lounge Access Hours:
This Lounge is open daily from 10:10 AM to 12:50 AM. If you own a priority card, you can only access this lounge from 2:00 PM to 8:30 PM.
KAL Business Class Lounge JFK Priority Pass
KAL Priority Pass can be accessed by members 2:00 PM to 8:30 PM. If you are travelling as a pair, you should also note that KAL Lounges are limited to two guests per cardholder.
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