American Airlines (AA) Flagship Lounge Review at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
"Full Disclosure: We love living points life by using points and miles to elevate travel experiences. In the interest of being transparent with you, we may be compensated from an approved credit card's application, or from some of the products and services recommended on this site. This only happens when you click on our affiliate links. We also earn commissions from purchases made through Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Thank you for your support and especially for reading this blog! Please see our Advertiser Disclosure for more details!"
American Airlines (AA) Flagship Lounge is one of the largest lounges at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). The space is huge, with an open floor plan. The lounge offers several seating areas, a quiet room, buffet-style food and unlimited drinks, and champagne on arrival. Only eligible traveling passengers can access the AA Flagship Lounge DFW, such as oneworld alliance airline Business Class and First Class passengers.
Here’s a detailed review of the AA Flagship Lounge at DFW airport:
American Airlines Flagship Lounge at DFW airport is located in Terminal D, near Gate D22. The lounge is located right by the new Capital One Lounge DFW.
Unlike Capital Onge Lounge DFW next door, which opens from 7AM to 7PM, American Airlines Flagship Lounge DFW opens daily from 5 AM to 10 PM.
You can enter American Airlines Flagship Lounge DFW if you are:
Flying International Business Class with American Airlines or oneworld alliance airline such as Finnair Business Class.
Flying International First Class with American Airlines or oneworld alliance airline such as British Airways.
It’s worth mentioning that when you are flying First Class with oneworld alliance airlines, you can enjoy food inside the exclusive Flagship dining room instead.
AA Flagship Lounge Seats
American Airlines Flagship Lounge DFW is huge. I love the open floor plan concept with a long hallway that you feel like it goes on forever. Therefore, several seats are available, and they are very nice and comfortable with the runway views through large glass windows to spot American Airlines planes throughout the day.
There’s also a TV room and a quiet room that is first-come-first-served.
Long Open Floor Plan Hallway
Lounge Seats With Runway Views
American Airlines Flagship Lounge DFW has a good selection of buffet-style food, hot and cold options, and soup and salad. You can’t leave the lounge with an empty stomach for sure.
AA Flagship Lounge Cold Food Options
Hot Food Options
Welcome Champagne & Drinks
American Airlines Flagship Lounge DFW also offers a variety of non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks. The best part about the lounge is that all drinks, including liquors, are self-served and bottomless! The only thing to remember is that you cannot take the liquor bottle, such as a bottle of wine or a bottle of champagne, to your seat and share among your travel companions.
AA Flagship Lounge All You Can Drinks Self-Served Liquors
Another welcoming thing about the American Airlines Flagship Lounge DFW is upon entering the lounge, you should notice a champagne table that offers you a complimentary glass of champagne on arrival. This should make you feel VIP!
The Quiet Room at American Airlines Flagship Lounge DFW is worth checking out if you want a place to sleep. However, each lounge chair in the Quiet Room is first-come-first-served only, so it may be challenging to get one during busy times.
AA Flagship Lounge Quiet Room
Bathroom & Shower
American Airlines Flagship Lounge DFW has a bathroom inside the lounge and a shower facility.
I enjoyed my time at the American Airlines Flagship Lounge at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). I like the long hallway open floor plan that feels like it goes on forever. This huge lounge offers plenty of seats with the AA plane’s runway.
Overall, I am very impressed with how big the American Airlines Flagship Lounge DFW is, and I appreciate the nice welcoming champagne upon arrival. The unlimited self-served liquors are also generous, but the buffet food is underwhelming to me compared to the Capital One Lounge DFW next door.
If you found this article useful, please share it: