Airspace lounge opens for business in Cleveland


Cleveland’s Hopkins airport has a new lounge option as of today. The Airspace lounge had its grand opening this morning, bringing another option to travelers passing through the terminal. The new lounge is in Terminal B, just inside security and near the junction with Terminal A, making it convenient for passengers on every airline other than United.

The lounge is the second operated by Airspace and will have similar features and amenities to their first lounge at BWI. That includes complimentary access for American Express Platinum Card members and paid access starting at $20/visit for everyone else. Once inside lounge guests will receive a complimentary food item or alcoholic beverage and have access to the business center, complimentary wifi and the quiet, relaxed lounge atmosphere.

Next up for Airspace is a lounge at JFK’s T5. That lounge is expected to open in May 2013.

The lounges are all listed in the Wandering Aramean Travel Tools Airport Lounge Guide, too.

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Seth Miller

I'm Seth, also known as the Wandering Aramean. I was bit by the travel bug 30 years ago and there's no sign of a cure. I fly ~200,000 miles annually; these are my stories. You can connect with me on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

4 Comments

  1. Awesome! Very timely! I’m flying AA out of CLE tomorrow. Thanks for the heads-up! Love the BWI lounge.

  2. Can AmEx Platinum members bring a guest, or is that benefit only extended to the Platinum card holder? If it’s only for the card holder, could a secondary card holder (which I assume would require an additional annual fee) gain lounge access benefits?

    1. AmEx Platinum card-holders get to bring in your family or two guests, similar to the AmEx admission policy at Delta, US Airways or American Airlines lounges.

  3. That’s great news! I’ll be there this weekend and I have an Amex Platinum card. CLE is actually a pretty nice airport. I’m glad to see them get a new amenity.

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