Most Important Travel Trends 2014

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Air Travel: You Will Be Tempted by an Independent Lounge

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A wave of sleek new spaces is making waiting in airports more appealing: witness the Centurion Lounges by American Express (free to Platinum and Centurion cardholders, $50 for all other AmEx members). The Dallas/Fort Worth location (pictured) features dishes from Dean Fearing, a cocktail menu by Jim Meehan, and an Exhale Spa. Next up: a San Francisco outpost.

Also Noted: The new Airspace lounge at JFK T5 and Hartsfield-Jackson’s the Club at ATL; Plaza Premium’s upcoming space at Heathrow’s T2.

Most Important Travel Trends 2014

Air Travel: You Will Be Tempted by an Independent Lounge

A wave of sleek new spaces is making waiting in airports more appealing: witness the Centurion Lounges by American Express (free to Platinum and Centurion cardholders, $50 for all other AmEx members). The Dallas/Fort Worth location (pictured) features dishes from Dean Fearing, a cocktail menu by Jim Meehan, and an Exhale Spa. Next up: a San Francisco outpost.

Also Noted: The new Airspace lounge at JFK T5 and Hartsfield-Jackson’s the Club at ATL; Plaza Premium’s upcoming space at Heathrow’s T2.

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