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However, I do have to warn you, things change. Prices go up, the quality of wine goes down, schedules are put back, and lounges are revamped. The nuts may be tweaked. New lounges open. And the older ones thankfully close. Good beer goes bad, and some airlines go to a generic contract lounge. Nothing stays the same. So if you find things better or worse, recently opened, or long since closed, please tell me.
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I genuinely value all the feedback I get, but please note that due to my insistence on independently checking all updates which are sent to me, it can sometimes take a few weeks to get new information on the site. Normally I can do this by checking direct with the airlines concerned. Sometimes alas, particularly when an airline installs a new lounge, a site visit is required - which I end up travelling to, and paying for.
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