Posted by William Charles on October 15, 2019
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Published on October 15th, 2019 | by William Charles

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Alaska Airlines Lounge At Portland International Airport (PDX) To Leave Priority Pass

The Alaska Airlines lounge at Portland international airport (concourse C) will leave the Priority Pass on November 1st, 2019. The Alaska Airlines lounges at Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA) left the Priority Pass network on September 1st, 2019. All the Alaska lounges have had issues with over crowding and often it wasn’t possible for Priority Pass members to access these lounges anyway.

Hat tip to reader Yoni



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Anameofaguy
Anameofaguy

100 flights in an out of PDX and I was only ever able to step in twice. Not exactly losing anything, but nice they stop pretending it’s available.

Debit
Debit

US is a wasteland when it comes to priority pass.

There are no PP in Denver or san diego and probably other airports.

Neil Degrasse
Neil Degrasse

The U.S sucks in general. May as well officially change the name to Trumpland, and finish selling it to the Chinese.

shawn
shawn

I think alaska airline lounge should leave priority pass completely – never able to get in almost 2 years in LAX, PDX, SEA.

Rob
Rob

No problems ever getting into the ANC lounge.

Nate
Nate

Fyi.. ANC has the same verbiage. ‘effective 01Nov19, the lounge will no longer be apart of the program’.

Sam
Sam

Priority Pass is basically more and more useless now that every credit card offers it. THey need to rethink this model

qmc
qmc

Who needs to rethink it? PP owns some of the lounges and they’re selling memberships and visits to people and CC companies.

Bill
Bill

I was able to visit the last time I was in PDX, but to be honest, the other Priority Pass options there are a lot better.

pusher
pusher

Must be a different PDX. There are no other options.

artgriego
artgriego

bill’s probably thinking about those awesome restaurants they used to have with $28 voucher or whatever…i would load UP at those places

qmc
qmc

No wonder they’re gone …

SP
SP

I was 4/4 at PDX in the last year and it was never over crowded.

pusher
pusher

PDX went from having a distillery, a market, a cafe and Alaska to now a big zero.

YoniPDX

They still have the Distillery and the Market, stopped by yesterday.

This is still better than some busier/bigger Domestic airports Denver now has zero.

Yes, the market was nice for to go snacks or smoked salmon or a fruit & cheese plate for flights.

Trevor
Trevor

They still have the distillery, now called Westward Whiskey, and Capers Cafe as well.

Steve
Steve

“The Alaska Airlines lounges at Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA) left the Priority Pass network on September 1st, 2019.”

Please check your facts. The SEA lounges left the PP program in 2017, not 2019.

Tim
Tim

I was in the LAX and SEA lounges multiple times in 2018 so your facts are off.

Steve
Steve

The SEA lounges left on Sept. 1, 2018, not 2019. Just google it.

John K
John K

The AS lounge in LAX has adopted an electronic waiting list like a restaurant. The result was us getting in within 10 minutes even though it was crowded a few weeks ago. It was a great idea.

Maybe that’ll help them stick around.

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