Wingtips St. Louis, the first common-use lounge at St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL), will open on Friday, Jan. 5, in Terminal 2, across from Gate E31. Terminal 2 presently serves Southwest Airlines, and WOW Air service to Iceland will be added in May.
This common-use lounge will be open to any traveler regardless of airline, and no membership is required for its use. The lounge provides complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, power outlets, portable power banks and restrooms. Other amenities include a food buffet with snacks available throughout the day and hot items available for breakfast and dinner. In addition to complimentary non-alcoholic beverages, a selection of spirits, wine and beer will be available to guests over the age of 21.
Single-visit passes can be purchased in person and online for $38. Annual memberships, which allow holders to use both Wingtips St. Louis and the location in John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), start at $75. Corporate packages are also available.
“We are excited to expand Wingtips to St. Louis,” says Sally Leible, president of St. Louis-based Airport Terminal Services, which owns and operates Wingtips. “Airport lounges are changing, and we know that travelers want an upscale airport lounge experience regardless of the airline they are flying. People expect greater flexibility and the amenities to make their air travel experience more pleasant. Our members and guests now have a place in Terminal 2 where they can escape the bustle of the airport and unwind prior to their flight.”