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Jaunted Originals: Inside Three Airport Arrival Lounges

February 25, 2013 at 10:03 AM | by | ()

What's that saying? Ah yes, "the best camera is the one you have on you." Since we're never without a camera and hardly ever not traveling, we've managed to capture a serious collection of travel photos in our numerous Photo Galleries.

To start the week off right, let's venture behind the tight doors of the Arrival Lounges of three airlines: Lufthansa at Frankfurt Airport, Cathay Pacific at Hong Kong Airport and Delta at London-Heathrow. We say "tight doors" because typically entrance to these lounges—lounges which sit outside security on the Arrivals level—only admit international travelers coming off their flights, holding tickets for Business or First Class.

The spaces may be small, but the comfort of Arrivals lounges are large. You can count on a private shower, breakfast, cozy chairs, free WiFi, and a quiet corner to read the day's paper before heading into the city for a meeting or while awaiting your ride.

Curious for the access info and more details on each lounge? Check out the full stories here: Cathay Pacific at HKG, Lufthansa at FRA and Delta at LHR (who offer the terminal's Yotel hotel rooms).

Some other airlines with Arrival lounges: SWISS in Zurich, American in London-Heathrow, Virgin Atlantic at London-Heathrow, United in San Francisco, Air Canada in London, British Airways at Heathrow and Gatwick, and a few more foreign airlines we have yet to explore.

[Photos: Jaunted]

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