BWI has been adding more amenities like local music and gyms, but the airport has been without a passenger lounge since the Airspace closed last year. That’s changing today.

The Club BWI is now open, and it’s not even members only. According to lounge developer ALD, the space is open to passengers regardless of what airline they’re flying.

The lounge is located on the D concourse, in the space that formerly housed the Airspace Lounge. There’s seating for 50, and a number of zones with specific space for relaxing, being productive and full-on putting up your feet and resting. Like any good lounge, it also has complimentary food and drink.

This being an airport, you have to pay to get access to these zones. A day pass runs $40, and they also have a membership option.

Stephen Babcock

Stephen Babcock is the editor of Baltimore and an editor-at-large of Baltimore Fishbowl.