Sea-Tac Airport welcomes airport lounge network

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The Port of Seattle has welcomed the debut of The Club at SEA as part of new management of two airport lounges open to all passengers at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The lounges are located within concourse A and the south satellite, and will be part of a nine-airport network managed by Airport Lounge Development (ALD).

“We are excited to partner with ALD to bring their network and experience with lounge management at airports across the USA to serve and accommodate our airport’s growing passenger levels,” said Susan Goodspeed, passenger experience program manager, Sea-Tac Airport. “Our goal is to provide the best possible experience for both leisure and business travelers.”

All travelers, regardless of airline, class of service, or affinity membership can access The Club at SEA via day passes available for purchase online or onsite. Current Priority Pass, Priority Pass Select and Lounge Club members are welcome with their existing memberships.

Each lounge features views of the airfield, Olympic and/or Cascade Mountains, Mt Rainier, and has more than 4,000ft² of space featuring a variety of settings including social spaces, areas for dining or cocktails, and quiet zones in which to relax or conduct business. Additionally, lounge customers have access to a number of amenities including complimentary snacks and beverages, high-speed wi-fi, bar service, and workstations with printers. The Club at SEA in concourse A, across from gate A11, will be open daily from 9:00am-5:30pm, and the south satellite location next to gate S9 from 9:30am-5:30pm.

“As one of the fastest growing large hub airports in the USA, Sea-Tac is an ideal addition to our lounge network. With nearly 37.5 million passengers in 2014, it’s a high-traffic gateway for business, leisure and cruise travelers,” said Nancy Knipp, senior vice president, ALD.

“There continues to be increasing demand for a more inclusive airport lounge experience. As a result, the number of airports implementing and reviewing options for independent shared-use lounges has grown tremendously, especially as it becomes more difficult and expensive to access airline lounges.”

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