Mini trip report for a weekend in Vegas.
- Air France / KLM Lounge @ SFO
- 4 Things I Learned about Flying JetBlue
- American Express Centurion Lounge @ LAS
Air France / KLM Lounge @ SFO
In the past, I’ve flown to Las Vegas from SFO via United (T3) and Southwest (T1). Terminal 3 is ideal since that’s where the American Express Centurion lounge is 💕
For this Vegas trip, I flew JetBlue because it had the best price and departure time. At SFO, JetBlue operates out of International Terminal A.
Since I was in International A, I decided to go to the Air France / KLM lounge.
The lounge is immediately to the left after clearing security.
I have access to the Air France / KLM lounge through Priority Pass which comes with my Citi Prestige card. The Priority Pass website states that the lounge is currently being renovated, so there might be space constraints. When I went at 6pm on Friday evening, the lounge was pretty empty.
Aside from the new chairs, I didn’t see any major changes from the last time I visited the lounge (back in November before my Thai Thanksgiving).
The lounge still has views of International Terminal A, self-serve bar and cold food.
Philippines Airlines and JAL planes
Air France / KLM Lounge food
My boyfriend was not impressed with the lounge and was questioning why they even existed. “I can eat triangle sandwiches at home” he said. Then he found the Johnnie Walker Black. On our way back, we spent some time at the AMEX Centurion lounge in Las Vegas, where he had definitely changed his mind.