After our JetBlue flight, we found ourselves in Terminal 5 of JFK. When traveling, I use the LoungeBuddy app to find the best lounges that are accessible to me. We gained access to the Airspace Lounge via Amex Platinum’s Global Lounge Collection.
Hello! I just got back from a 10 day trip to Lisbon and the island of Sao Miguel in the Azores. I’ll be posting about how we got there, the places we stayed, and what we did/ate. Here’s a brief overview.
After spending some time in the lounge, I headed to the gate where a bus was waiting to transport passengers to a remote stand. The gate agents announced boarding for Zone 1, so I had my ticket scanned and boarded the bus. Within minutes, someone came on the bus to inform us that our flight would be delayed and we all needed to get off the bus.
After about half an hour, the gate agents let the first 17 rows of the plane board the bus. We had a short drive to our plane, passing other Volaris and Interjet planes.
I had never travelled within Mexico, so I wasn’t sure what to expect with security lines. I decided to book a business class ticket which would give me access to priority lines. Turns out that was completely unnecessary, because security was a breeze.
I had about half an hour before boarding was supposed to begin, so I headed to the VIP Lounge (East) located near Gate 14. I accessed the lounge using my Priority Pass, and I was traveling with two of my coworkers, so I brought them in as well.