Dallas Centurion Lounge Closed Through Mid-August

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American Express Centurion lounges currently open are Dallas Fort-Worth, Las Vegas, Miami, New York LaGuardia, San Francisco, Seattle, Houston, Philadelphia and Hong Kong.


Centurion Lounge Dallas Fort-Worth

Denver, New York JFK, and LAX are confirmed to be in progress.

Meanwhile a year ago American Express inked an expansion of the Miami lounge – arguably the brand’s most crowded – and did a deal to replace the current DFW lounge with a new nearby larger one.


Centurion Lounge Dallas Fort-Worth

That project seems to be behind, and the current Centurion lounge at Dallas Fort-Worth is closed until August 14 for repairs. Hopefully that project will not delay. (HT: One Mile at a Time)

Ultimately these are highly trafficked lounges, too busy for available space, because they’re better — food, beverage, and other amenities — than domestic airport lounges. Hopefully they get DFW back online quickly!

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