✅ Trip Verified
| So, it's my understanding that the terminal A at Philadelphia Flagship lounge still isn't available as it's under construction OR being remodeled I suppose. This one, the B/C terminal's connector (they call it) is about the next best choice at the Philadelphia airport for American Airlines. It's an Admiral's Club lounge (like the level below the Flagship one). I can tell you they've changed in the level of services and what you actually get. The food's less appealing and the alcohol drinks less than generous. That being said, this lounge had these sweets if you like that sort of thing. The brownie bits were delicious. Chocolate chip cookies next to these. They also had some raw veggies and like a house salad you could make on your own (it costs them almost nothing). There was this hot chicken tortilla soup as well. There was a fancy looking coffee, espresso, cappuccino machine nearby. It had looked like it would make a decent cup. The bottled fresh spring water is gone! They have a at the bar, a tap water tank dispenser you could fill up your water glass. It had used to be that you could get the premium brands for no additional charges! Now you get 2 coupons which equated to my AA boarding pass. It's how the bartender supposedly keeps a tally on your limit of two drinks. He enters it in his computer register. Anything else, and you can have the free poor house wine or maybe a well drink. All in all, it was a spacious, decent and comfortable lounge. At peak flight times, it can get busy so claim your seat stake near the bigger windows. Especially if you wanted to plug in and recharge your devices. They need many more electrical outlets as those ones are by the table lamps. Staff is fairly attentive. They roam around bugging you, asking to see if you had wanted your obvious empty plate or glass taken away!