Club members can use other airline lounges

Members of airlines’ premier clubs are usually given the royal treatment upon arrival at the airport.

Check-in is a simple queue-free experience and members can wait in lounges with all sorts of business and leisure amenities.

Today a group of airlines announced that club members can use the executive lounges of all the airlines involved in a new agreement.

Starting on December 1, 2005 members of Delta’s Crown Room Club, Continental’s Presidents Club and Northwest’s WorldClubs can use airport lounges around the world for all three of these airlines.

Members will be allowed to bring up to two guests with them, or their spouse and any children under 21 years old.

In total these airlines have over 90 lounges worldwide. They tend to be in the most popular business and tourist destinations such as Frankfurt, Tokyo, Mexico City and Santiago.

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