EZE: Buenos Aires American Express Club Centurion
The British Airways terraces lounge at Buenos Aires is actually the American Express Club Centurion Lounge, for their early afternoon flight to Heathrow. It is a fairly small lounge down a private corridor just to the left of duty free.
There are three areas within the American Express Lounge at Buenos Aires. There is the large central area, the Platinum section and the Centurion Card Section. These are the two used by BA, and only accessible by a key from the agents.
During the early afternoon departure times of BA flights, Buenos Aires turns into an almost OK airport, with plenty of space and no queues. It's only at night when all the North America flights leave all at the same time that things turn into a zoo, especially with the lounges, as well as at the security. At this point, this lounge is used as the Delta Skyclub, and it is a very crowded place when the evening flights are just getting ready to take off.
The American Express Club Centurion is used by British Airways is a very nice and cozy lounge. There are windows overlooking the runway, and comfortable armchairs. However, it is really just a small box, with office ceiling tiles and an odd sqaure box scupture on the wall.
BarThere is a small selection of free pour spirits, and beer, however lots more drinks and food appear before the flight to Heathrow. Alas it is lacking in selection and glassware, and everything is served in plastic cups.
BathroomsIn the lounge
Business FacilitiesFree internet (4 PCs), free Wi-Fi, 3 plasma TVs, plenty of newspapers and magazine in Spanish, English, French, German, Portuguese, etc.
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