American Airlines and British Airways open joint lounge in Denver

American Airlines and British Airways open joint lounge in Denver

Travelers looking to relax when they fly through Denver International Airport can take advantage of a new lounge jointly operated by American Airlines and British Airways, according to Business Traveller.

The collaborative effort is the first of its kind since the two carriers formed their transatlantic partnership.

According to the source, the lounge features "rustic and organic elements that reflect the unique characteristics of Colorado" such as chiseled stone walls and back-lit resin panels. Its 5,115 square feet of space provide room for up to 124 guests, who can enjoy a mobile-free quiet zone, an internet cafe featuring HP TouchSmart PCs, a conference room, a children's area and a business center with computer, fax, copying and printing services free of charge.

The lounge also provides food options ranging from full meals to quick snacks and gives visitors free alcoholic beverages, coffee, tea, soft drinks and juice.

Access to the lounge is free for members of the Admirals Club or any passengers holding a full-fare first or business class ticket on an international flight operated by American Airlines.

By Arnold Meyer

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