Category Archives: lounges

Priority Lounge Frankfurt

Priority Lounge Frankfurt The Priority Lounge (not to be confused with the Priority Pass), is located in Terminal 2 at the very end near Gate E9.  I was visiting it before my China Airlines flight; it is the lounge that China Airlines uses for its Business Class passengers.  The lounge is accessible to those with… Read More »

Business Lounge Kiev Boryspil International

Business Lounge Kiev Boryspil International After my stay at the Hyatt Regency Kiev, I was off to Frankfurt on Ukraine International Airlines.  While I flew in to the smaller Zhuliany (IEV) airport, I was flying out of the larger Boryspil (KBP) airport.  The Business Lounge is accessible to those with Priority Pass. After passport control,… Read More »

Primeclass Business Lounge Riga (RIX)

Primeclass Business Lounge Riga (RIX) Like Tallinn, Riga is a modern airport with one lounge.  The Primeclass Business Lounge is located between the B & C gates on the second floor. In addition to passengers flying business class on various airlines, those with Priority Pass can enter for free. The lounge is big with a… Read More »

Airport Business Lounge Tallinn (TLL)

Airport Business Lounge Tallinn (TLL) The Tallinn airport is small but quite modern.  The one lounge is the generically named Business Lounge (Äriklassi Lounge in Estonian) located on the second floor just prior to the gates area. Access is for business class passengers on certain airlines, those with Priority Pass, or those willing to pay… Read More »

Tyrol Lounge Innsbruck (INN)

Tyrol Lounge Innsbruck (INN) Innsbruck Airport (INN) is quite small, so it doesn’t have a lot in the way of amenities, but getting through security went quickly and it’s very fast to walk from there to your gate! In researching ahead of time for my trip, I was surprised to see that an airport that… Read More »

SAS Lounges OSL

SAS Lounges OSL There are two SAS Lounges at Oslo Airport (OSL).  Both are very near each other.  I’ll talk through the differences to help you make a choice of which to visit. As I was flying in SAS Plus, I had access to both lounges.  I thought the Domestic Lounge was the superior place… Read More »