Emirates re-opened its doors to a newly refurbished lounge at John F. Kennedy International’s Terminal 4 in New York. The 13,000 square foot lounge, the largest Emirates Lounge in the U.S., features seating for up to 250 guests.

The lounge, open to Business Class, First Class, Emirates Skywards Gold and Platinum members, is the perfect place for passengers to unwind and dine on fine international cuisine and sip on premium spirits and wines from reputable American vineyards. Guests can freshen up before long haul journeys to Milan or Dubai in the shower facilities, stay up-to-date on work in the fully equipped business center with state of the art touch screen workstations along with complimentary Wi-Fi, or simply kick back in comfortable leather armchairs with a choice of formal or relaxed seating in front of LED TVs. Guests of the Emirates Lounge at JFK also enjoy the unique benefit of being able to board the aircraft directly from the lounge.

Emirates Airport Lounges are an integral part of Emirates’ product and service offering for our premium and loyal customers. The airline invests continuously in creating new lounges and updating existing facilities to ensure its customers have a seamless and enjoyable journey where they are able to rest or work from the moment they start their travel to the moment they arrive at their destination. The Emirates Lounges offer customers an extension of Emirates’ award-winning service, cuisine and a dedicated space to unwind while traveling.

In addition to its lounges in Boston, Los Angeles and San Francisco airports, the Emirates Lounge at JFK is part of a network of 42 dedicated Emirates Lounges located within major airports around the globe, including its newly-opened Cairo lounge. First and Business Class passengers can also travel to and from the airport via Emirates’ complimentary Chauffeur-drive service – available in over 70 cities including Emirates’ latest destination Santiago.


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