Six Chase Sapphire Airport Lounges Are Coming

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  1. Is American moving away from VeriFLY in its having customers upload test results on its own app? I wonder what the reason is for this.

  2. I heard AeroMexico was having people donate to bus refugees to, wait that’s not right.

  3. The C-Gates at LAS are Southwest, and not even all Southwest flight because they have one wing of the B-Gates as well. The only good thing about this is the C-Gates have the least amount of seating of any gates in Vegas so if you are flying Southwest, and you’re flying from the C-gates, this could be useful. Everyone else would need to add 10 minutes just to get back and forth to the C-gates just to use it.

  4. I’m not a big airport lounge person, unless they’re super-fab like Virgin’s Heathrow ClubHouse … but it will be interesting to have a look at the new Sapphire Lounges. One can only hope they don’t give them a pretentious name like “Centurion” tho. That makes me snicker every time I see an AmEx ad.

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