Capital One Landing and American Express Centurion® Lounge Slated to Open in Q2 at DCA

by Anthony Losanno
Washington DC

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Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is about to have two new lounge options and one has kept travelers for quite some time. Next quarter, both the Capital One Landing and the American Express Centurion® Lounge are scheduled to open in this Washington DC airport.

Capital One announced the concept for its Capital One Landings in October 2022. These dining concepts are meant to compliment the lounges that Capital One has opened in Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) (full review here), Denver International Airport (DEN), and Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD). These are chef-driven, culinary-focused spaces in partnership with Chef José Andrés (he will create the food and beverage menus).

The Capital One Landing at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) will be 5,483 square feet and located post-security in the airport’s Terminal 2 (at the intersection of National Hall and Concourse D). This is accessible from Concourses B, C, D, and E. Professor of Points broke the news that it looks like this is slated for Q2 2024.

Amex Centurion Lounge IAH 8

American Express was the first credit card issuer to open a US lounge back in 2013. The concept was novel at the time, but both Capital One and Chase have opened their own lounges since. The next planned location for a Centurion Lounge will be in Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). The lounge will be 11,500 square feet and offer the usual food, beverages, and shower suites that American Express has become known for providing. This location will feature floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook airport operations.

With these additions, passengers will have a choice between seven lounges. Others include:

Anthony’s Take: I’m most excited to try the new dining concept in the Capital One Landing. The Centurion® Lounges have been overcrowded and a bit tired lately. Hopefully, the new location will bring back some of its former luster.

(Featured Image Credit: Harold Mendoza).

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