Priority Pass adds Air France lounges

  Priority Pass members can now access four new Air France lounges in the US

Priority Pass members can now access four new Air France lounges in the US

Per an email from Priority Pass, members now have access to four new Air France lounges in the United States:

  • Houston, George Bush Intercontinental (IAH) Terminal D
  • New York, John F. Kennedy International (JFK) Terminal 1
  • San Francisco International (SFO) International Terminal
  • Washington DC Dulles International (IAD) Midfield Terminal

In addition to a paid membership, you can access Priority Pass lounges via certain credit cards:

American Express Platinum (also the Business version): The $450 annual fee gets you free access, though you’ll still need to pay the $27 guest fee. One way around this is to pay $175 to add up to three additional Platinum cardholders; each one is then entitled to their own Priority Pass Select membership.

Mercedes-Benz Platinum: This card has a $475 annual fee, and comes with the same guest policies as the regular and business Amex Platinum cards.

Citi Prestige: This card has a $450 annual fee, though cardholders can bring immediate family or up to two guests into Priority Pass lounges for free.
— ThePointsGuy.com

For more detail on Priority Pass options, check out The Points Guy's thorough summary.

I have not yet used the Priority Pass Select membership from my Citi Prestige card, but I do plan to take advantage of a couple of these lounges on a trip this fall.