Phoenix Airport is one of the busiest airports in the United States and has 7 lounges, of which 3 are the American Airlines Admiral Clubs.

American Airlines represents 37% of the airport traffic and in 2019, more than 46 million people used Phoenix Airport.

What is an airport lounge?

Airport lounges are relaxing places where airline passengers can wait for their flights in comfort.

They typically offer a more comfortable environment than the crowded and noisy airport terminals, with amenities such as complimentary drinks, snacks, Wi-Fi, TV, newspapers, and magazines.

Some lounges also have showers, private workstations and conference rooms.

Airport lounges are typically located near the gates, so passengers can relax before their flights.

Most lounges are accessible to passengers with first or business class tickets, or those who have elite status with their airline’s frequent flyer program.

Some lounges can also be accessed by purchasing a day pass or an annual membership.

Phoenix Airport Lounges

Now that you know what an airport lounge is, let’s take a look at the lounges at Phoenix Airport.

American Airlines Admiral Clubs Lounge:

American Airlines has 3 lounges at Phoenix Airport located at Terminal 4. They are in the following locations;

  • Near gate A7
  • Between gates A19 and A21
  • Above gates B5 and B7

Facilities:

  • Snacks
  • Full-service bar
  • Premium food and drink for purchase
  • TVs
  • Business services
  • Wi-Fi

Hours:

The lounges are open daily from 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Admiral Club members and first or business class passengers on American Airlines flights can access the lounge for free.

Day pass:

  • $59 per person
  • Annual membership: $550 per year

Delta Sky Club:

The Delta Sky Club at Phoenix Airport is located in Terminal 3 across from gate F8.

Facilities:

  • Delta Sky Club ambassador for assistance
  • Coffee station
  • Full-service bar
  • Self-serve buffet food and snacks
  • TVs
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Business services
  • Power outlets at nearly every seat
  • Wi-Fi

To access the Delta Sky Club lounge at Phoenix international airport, you need to have any of the following Delta membership types;

  • Executive membership: Members have unlimited access to any Delta Sky Club with a same-day boarding card and members can bring two guests
  • Individual membership: Members can bring extra guest at $39 per person
  • Delta One or SkyTeam Premium cabin

Escape Lounge:

The Escape Lounge at Phoenix Airport is located in Terminal 4, across from gate B22 on the upper level

Opening Hours: Daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Facilities:

  • Self-serve buffet
  • Bar
  • Self-serve drinks
  • Business services
  • Digital newspapers and magazines
  • Charging ports at every seat
  • TVs
  • Wi-Fi

Day Pass:

  • $40 when you book 24 hours before arrival or $45 if you walk to the front desk to purchase it
  • You can acess it if you hold Amex Platinum CardCenturion Card

Centurion Lounge at Phoenix Airport

The Centurion Lounge at Phoenix Airport is located in Terminal 4, across from gate B22 on the upper level

Opening Hours: Daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Facilities:

  • Self-serve hot and cold buffet food
  • Premium bar
  • Coffee station
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Workspaces
  • Power outlets with most seating
  • TVs
  • Wi-Fi
  • Shower

How to access:

You can access Centurion lounge if you have any of the following Amex cards;

  • The Platinum Card® from American Express
  • The Business Platinum Card® from American Express
  • Corporate Platinum Card® by American Express
  • Delta SkyMiles® Reserve American Express Card
  • Delta SkyMiles® Reserve Business American Express Card
  • Centurion® Card from American Express
%d bloggers like this: