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At new lounges, fliers wait in style

Airlines seek to raise revenue with premium service

By Katie Johnston
Globe Staff / November 23, 2011
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As airlines seek ways to generate revenue, many of them are remodeling their lounges to appeal to passengers who pay top dollar for tickets. At Logan International Airport, five airlines - British Airways, Virgin Atlantic Airways, American Airlines, Air France, and Lufthansa - have remodeled their clubhouses in the past four years. Many US carriers have opened the once-exclusive clubhouses - once reserved for first- and business-class passengers - to anyone willing to pay.

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