American Airlines celebrated the grand opening Thursday of its newest Flagship Lounge, located in Terminal D of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
The luxury experience for Flagship First and Flagship Business travelers will offer a place to refresh, unwind or work before their flight with quiet spaces for taking a rest, lounge-style seating, luxury showers and wireless chargers.
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Flagship guests in Dallas can also choose from a variety of hot and cold entrees, as well as premium wine, Champagne and local craft beer to pair with any meal.
“It made sense for us to go all-in on the Flagship experience at our largest hub,” American Senior Vice President Kurt Stache said in a statement. “More of American’s premium customers fly through DFW than anywhere else, and we think they’ll agree the Flagship experience is unlike any other.”
For the foodies, the Flagship First Dining sit-down experience will offer a complimentary array of appetizers, entrees and desserts, including double-smoked beef brisket, slow-braised pork shoulder and Texas pecan pie.
American’s renovated Admirals Club lounge in Terminal D has also opened with a modern look, more power outlets, access to showers and space to relax. Guests will also have access to complimentary snacks, beer, wine and spirits.
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