On June 22 American Airlines opened 11 Admirals Club and 13 Service Centers where club members can get help with their travel itineraries. Now they’re re-opening 4 additional clubs, including one that was just a service center previously.
Clubs re-opened June 22:
- Charlotte C
- Chicago O’Hare H/K
- Dallas Fort-Worth A and C
- Los Angeles Terminal 4
- New York JFK Terminal B (no alcohol per New York rules)
- New York LaGuardia D (no alcohol per New York rules)
- Miami D30
- Philadelphia B/C
- Phoenix A7
- Washington National B concourse
- Dallas Fort-Worth B and D
- Philadelphia F
Opening July 20:
- Charlotte B
All re-opened clubs are at American Airlines hubs. These service centers are open for assistance with reservations: Atlanta; Austin; Nashville; Boston; Houston; Pittsburgh; Raleigh; Orlando; San Francisco; Orange County; St. Louis; Tampa.
Credit: American Airlines
American has installed “[p]lexiglass shields at reception and service desks” in its clubs and ‘where feasible’ have added “[f]oot-operated door openers to enable touchless operation of restroom doors.” There are hand sanitizer stations along with floor decals “to remind customers to practice social distancing.”
Naturally there aren’t any buffets any longer, instead expected packaged snacks. However they are providing full service bar.