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Saturday, July 13, 2024
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Priority Pass Orlando: The Full House

After my first flight on Frontier, I needed a chiropractor (see Not Breaking News: Frontier Airlines Sucks). Fortunately, there was a Priority Pass in the terminal. Unfortunately, I could not enter it until three hours before my next flight on the Frontier hell bus. I was disappointed to see that the coffee machine was not working. I was relieved to see that the food was halfway decent. a coffee machine and a box of coffee a plate of food and a soda on a table

Seating

It makes sense why they restrict access to this lounge. It was packed when I arrived and packed when I left. a group of people with luggage in front of a building a group of people sitting in a room a group of people sitting in a room

Bar

I tried to preemptively numb myself before the next leg of my flight but could not muster the will to drink.

a bar with a television and chairs

a bar with a television and bottles on the wall
There is a tip jar for those that are into that.

Overall

This was a pleasant interlude before my next miserable flight on Frontier.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I find the other “The Club at MCO” in terminal B to be a good bit larger, less crowded, and generally nicer overall than its counterpart in terminal A at MCO. On a long layover in terminal A, I’d say it’s worth it to head over to terminal B, even accounting for the fact that you have to go landside and redo TSA. MCO is a madhouse almost always, but they always have full-on precheck (not precheck lite) going and they move you through pretty fast. Even faster if you have CLEAR.

    • Thank you for the comment. I hope to never connect through Orlando again, especially on Frontier, but if I do, I’ll know where to go.

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