Can you pay to get into Etihad lounge?

Eligible Etihad Guest members, First and Business guests may enjoy our Arrivals Lounge for free. You can also pay to access our Arrivals Lounge.

How do you get free lounge at Abu Dhabi Airport?

Ethiad’s lounges at Abu Dhabi Airport are free to travellers with Ethiad Guest Tier Status (Silver, Gold, Platinum) and Ethiad First or Business Class ticketholders. Economy Class travellers can pay for lounge access.

Can I pay for airport lounge access?

Most airport lounges now offer pay-per-use entry to anyone, even if you aren’t flying with that airline. Pay-per-use access generally costs between $25-$75 USD per visit.

How much does it cost to access airport lounge?

Admission to these airport lounges typically ranges between $30 to $60 (with a few outliers to the north and south), and most of them restrict the amount of time you can spend there. Some only offer access to passengers flying within that country, so check before you buy.

Can economy class use the lounge Etihad?

If you’re flying in Business or First on an Etihad-operated flight, you can use our lounges for free. Or if you’re travelling in Economy, you can pay to start your trip in our lounge.

How much is Abu Dhabi airport lounge?

If not, you can access The Al Dhabi Lounge for as follows: For 3 hours lounge package AED 210 per person. For 6 hours lounge package AED 367.50 per person.

Can we sleep at Abu Dhabi Airport?

GoSleep at Abu Dhabi Airport is a dedicated lounge with cocoon-like sleep capsules that can accommodate one guest each. Washrooms and showers are not available inside the lounge, but you can use the airport’s public facilities.

Do you pay for slow lounge?

If you only hold an FNB Premier Debit Card (applicable to SLOW Domestic Lounges only), you can access the SLOW Domestic lounges at a fee of R250 per person per entry and SLOW International at a fee of R400 per person per entry. Note: No complimentary guests will be allowed during peak times.

How do I get access to Etihad lounge?

You’ll have to be flying Etihad’s first class to gain access to the lounge, or have Etihad Guest Platinum status (or top-tier status with select partner airlines) to get in. You can also pay to get in, but it’s not cheap.