British Airways has reopened a number of lounges at airports in the United States ahead of the planned reopening of the US to fully vaccinated passengers from the UK in November.
Until this week only two BA lounges were open in the US. These were the Club lounge and Concorde Room at New York JFK Terminal 7.
BA has now reopened its lounges at these US airports:
Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions not all lounge facilities may be available. The Elemis travel spa at New York JFK has closed permanently.
The BA lounge at Philadelphia airport are yet to reopen. The shared Oneworld alliance lounges at Tom Bradley International Terminal Los Angeles, operated by Qantas reopened on 16 December 2021.
For full details of lounge opening hours and locations passengers are advised to visit the Oneworld website and search for their airport.
This website also has detailed of partner airline and third party lounges at airports where there is no BA operated lounge.
BA has in the week beginning 11 October 2021 restarted routes to Austin, Philadelphia and San Diego. The airline is expected to reinstate many routes to the US from 15 November including Las Vegas, Newark, Orlando and Tampa when travel restrictions are lifted. Baltimore, Nashville and New Orleans are expected to follow in December.