Priority Pass membership allows access to more than 850 airport lounges throughout the world that include perks such as complimentary food and drinks, free wireless Internet and in some cases meeting space. If traveling with family, friends or work colleagues, the guests are also allowed to take advantage of the amenities. A detailed listing of each lounge, their airport location and what that lounge offers is available on the Priority Pass website, PriorityPass.com.
As an example, the IASS Hawaii Lounge at Honolulu International Airport is located just past the security checks in the Central Concourse on the way to Gates 14 to 23. Signage directs travelers to the ground level and to the lounge. IASS is open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. This lounge offers Internet, a Wi-Fi hot spot, refreshments, newspapers or magazines and is air conditioned. The Digital Card is accepted, which is an app available for downloading on a mobile device.
Some larger airports, such as SeaTac in Seattle, Washington, have multiple lounges to choose from. SeaTac has two Club at SEA lounges and two Alaska Airlines Board Room lounges. O'Hare International in Chicago has two member lounges, while Los Angeles International has four. Members have access to a conference room at the Virgin America Loft lounge at LAX.