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American Continues To Reopen Admirals Club Lounges

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American Airlines is continuing to reopen its Admirals Club Lounges as more and more travelers return to the air.

The airline is set to welcome customers again this month to its clubs in Atlanta, Phoenix and Miami, making it 27 lounges reopened across 21 U.S. cities in time for Memorial Day. Additionally, lounges at São Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport in Brazil and Mexico City International Airport have reopened as well.

American began reopening lounges in June 2020, with health and wellbeing improvements in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Starting May 5, revamped signature food-for-sale items such as chilled quinoa salad, southwestern power bowl, cheesy tater tots and bacon, egg & cheese breakfast sandwich will be available all day in select lounges. American will expand offerings for children like chicken bites and cheddar sandwiches at all locations. Children’s rooms have also reopened inside Admirals Club lounges.

“As we welcome customers back to the skies, we have been eager to expand signature offerings that everyone in the family — including kids — can enjoy,” Clarissa Sebastian, Managing Director of Premium Customer Experience and Onboard Products for American, said in a statement. “We know even more families will be returning to travel this summer and the Admirals Club provides safe and clean service with care.”

Starting May 6, the airline will introduce a touchless entry trial for the Admirals Club lounge located in Terminal A at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW).

Later this month, customers will also be able to order signature food offerings and beverages using their own mobile devices, and gloved and masked team members will serve the orders.

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