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VIP Lounges at Barcelona Airport Terminal 1 (T1): First Class Lounges in Arrivals and Departures

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There are numerous VIP lounges dotted throughout T1 of Barcelona Airport. The ones that are available to you will depend on who you are flying with. Some of the lounges are run by the airport company, Aena. Barcelona Airport's T1 also includes a new section that is run by Iberia and is dedicated entirely to a shuttle plane running between Barcelona and Madrid. This area also has its own VIP lounge.

If you need to know about the VIP lounges that are located in Barcelona Airport's Terminal 2 (T2), see our Guide to the VIP Lounges at Barcelona Airport Terminal 2.

There are currently a total of four VIP lounges in T1. However Aena have stated that they intend to have six VIP lounge in T1 - as yet they have not provided a date by which they expect this to happen.

This page provides a list of the VIP lounges on offer in T1 of Barcelona Airport. The airport departure lounges in T1 are split into flights within the Schengen region and flights outside of this region. This page separates the lounges into these categories.

VIP Lounges inside the Schengen Area of T1 (The Sky Centre)

Aena's Pau Casal Lounge

VIP Lounges inside the non-Schengen area of T1 (2nd Floor)

There is currently one VIP lounge in this area:
Aena's Miró lounge

VIP Lounges inside the Barcelona- Madrid Air Corridor lobby

There is currently one VIP lounge in this area:
Colomer Lounge

Opening Hours of the VIP Lounges in T1

All of the VIP lounges in T1 are open from  05:00 - 22:30 . However, if your flight us delayed and does not coincide with these times, the lounges will remain open until your flight leaves.

What is available in the VIP Lounges in T1

This will depend on which lounge you are in and it is necessary to contact the airline that you are flying with directly to find out more.

In general, most VIP lounges offer the following:

  • Free drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic)
  • Free snacks
  • Free newspapers
  • Flight information
  • Individual flights called
  • Free computer access

If you are unsure as to whether your ticket qualifies you for access to any of the VIP lounges, it is best to contact your airline directly to find out more. In general, if you have a first class or business class ticket you are likely to have access to these areas.

tip You no longer have to be linked to a certain airline or class of ticket to gain access to the Aena VIP lounge in T1. If your ticket does not already grant you automatic access to the VIP lounge you can pay to use the services. Simply head to the Aena VIP lounge and pay  €25.50  to be allowed access to the VIP lounge.

Barcelona Airport's impressive new T1 building ensures that it is likely that the VIP lounges in this area are modern and well-equipped.

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