A first-hand review of the American Express Platinum Lounge at Delhi Airport’s Terminal 3. Accessible if you hold an American Express card issued around the world. Platinum/Centurion card holders get complimentary access.
Category Archives for Lounges.
HDFC Bank’s JetPrivilege Card offers Lounge Access via the Priority Pass as well, where the first 5 lounge visits are free. Here is how to get in on these free lounge trips, and where should you use them.
MasterCard has revamped their lounge access program to offer 31 lounges in 13 cities across India till December 31, 2016. Check out the details of the cities and the various lounges that are on offer for complimentary access for the next 16 months.
American Express used to offer Altitude Lounges for customers of its cards issued by ICICI Bank & IndusInd Banks. Alternate arrangements have now been made as these empty lounges have finally been shuttered!
The Clipper Lounge in Mumbai Airport Terminal 1B is now (re)open, and is a dedicated facility for Jet Airways passengers. Here is a first look at the lounge and what it has to offer to passengers.
There is a new Clipper Lounge now operational at Mumbai Terminal 1B, and can be accessible for all Jet Airways Platinum, Gold and Business Class flyers. All the details I have so far.
One of the two lounges at Bangalore Airport’s domestic operations, this one serves a delicious meal and has a lot of space for the travellers. Here is a review of my visit to this lounge.
The Carnations Lounge at Mumbai’s Terminal 1C is the busiest lounge at Mumbai Airport’s domestic operations. We review a recent visit to the lounge and present the offerings at this lounge
Mumbai Airport Lounge Access: An all inclusive resource for various available airport lounges at Mumbai’s CSI airport (Terminal 1 & 2) and how to get access.
Over the last year, ever since Mumbai’s Terminal 2 was opened for public use, I used to have access to the Clipper Lounge via the airline or the Priority Pass or somehow. The airport also operated a temporary lounge, which they converted into a permanent lounge, called the GVK Lounge, as of the end of 2014. The permanent lounge is pretty beautiful, and I’ve accessed the Business and First sections both. This past week, I was travelling back to Delhi and I chose to take an Air India flight from Terminal 2. The earlier time I did this, I was invited into the Business Class section of the GVK Lounge, however, this time, I was invited to something they called…