American Airlines and Japan Airlines (JAL) have commenced joint operations of JAL’s Sakura Lounge at Honolulu International Airport, Hawaii. The shared lounge is the airlines’ first joint lounge since they commenced their joint business venture in 2010.
“American’s co-location with Japan Airlines in Honolulu is a great example of how the airlines are working together to improve our joint customers’ travel experience,” said Nancy Knipp, President of American’s Admirals Club. “The lounge supports our efforts to provide more seamless service and a consistent lounge experience for our Admirals Club customers.”
Located on the third level of Honolulu airport’s overseas terminal, the Admirals Club/Sakura Lounge is close to American’s ticket counter, gates and security checkpoint.
“We are delighted to welcome American Airlines customers to the Sakura Lounge in Honolulu where they can enjoy the many available services and amenities,” said Takahisa Hatakeyama, JAL’s Vice President of Product & Service Development. “This cooperation is yet another example of how our joint business continues to bring greater benefits to our customers.”