ALD completes Terminal E lounge renovation at Boston Logan

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Shared-use lounge operator Airport Lounge Development (ALD) has completed Phase 2 of its new premium passenger lounge in Terminal E at Boston Logan International Airport, Massachusetts. ALD, part of Collinson Group, has now expanded The Club network to include 17 independent shared-use lounges globally, serving more than 25 airline partners.

ALD originally opened the Terminal E lounge in January 2017, which after an extensive expansion this summer, now boasts a transformed 3,500ft² of space, with seating for 82, new restrooms, and shower facilities. Additional upgrades have been made to the furniture and the complimentary food and drinks menu, which includes premium spirits, beer, wine, sodas and coffee as well as light snacks, soups and salads. The lounge has also been decorated using images by local photographer Steve Lipofsky, who spent 23 years as the Celtics team photographer and was also the official photographer for the Boston Red Sox.

Nancy Knipp, senior vice president of ALD, said, “We’re excited to be opening our upgraded facilities as part of Phase 2 of our launch at Boston Logan International Airport. The shared-use lounge concept offers a premium lounge experience to all travelers, regardless of airline affiliation, and our newly renovated space will allow us to provide exceptional hospitality for even more guests this year.”

The Club at Boston Logan International has two locations: The Lounge in Terminal C and The Club in Terminal E. It operates daily from 5:30am to 1:00am. Guests looking for a reprieve from the airport crowds can visit by purchasing a day pass online or at the lounge for US$40. The Club at Boston Logan International Airport also welcomes members of Priority Pass, LoungeKey, Lounge Club, Diners Club International and AAA Members Discount Program.

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