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PS, the private airport terminal for commercial flights, is opening its long-anticipated Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) location on September 6, 2023.
Here’s everything that you need to know.
What Is PS?
PS was designed to be a solution for affluent travelers who are flying commercial airlines to avoid the hustle and bustle of the busy airport terminal.
First opened in 2017 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), PS allows guests to completely bypass public terminals (on departure or arrival) to enjoy luxurious lounges or private suites, chef-prepared food, spa services, and more. The experience includes private TSA or customs screenings, and you’ll be driven to or from your plane on the tarmac.
There are two tiers of PS: Private Suite for those seeking the utmost in luxury, privacy, and comfort; and The Salon, a shared lounge space ideal for solo travelers or small groups.
Of course, a terminal used by high-profile celebrities and executives doesn’t come cheap. Non-members can use The Salon for $1,095 per person or the Private Suite for $4,850 for up to 4 travelers.
Reservations Now Open for Atlanta Location
PS’s second location is set to open on September 6, 2023. Reservations are now being accepted at reserveps.com
“Opening our second PS location in America’s busiest airport will bring the countless travelers that fly to and through Atlanta the convenience and luxury that has become synonymous with the PS brand,” said Amina Porter, CEO of PS. “The Atlanta Department of Aviation played a pivotal role in bringing this vision to life and we hope other airports will follow suit.”
PS Atlanta will include nods to its hometown, including “an extensive collection of artworks by black artists, and antique and vintage furniture pieces sourced from local collectors.”
The company isn’t stopping here, though. It has locations planned for other major airports including Dallas-Ft. Worth (DFW), scheduled to open in 2024, and Miami International Airport (MIA), which is scheduled to open in 2025.Hot Tip:
If a regular airport lounge is more your speed, check out our analysis of the best airport lounges in the U.S.
PS is bringing its private terminal experience to the world’s busiest airport this fall, and soon it will open locations in Dallas and Miami.
For the most premium way to get through the airport, PS is the way to go, but of course, it’ll cost you.
Featured Image Credit: PS
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Chris is a freelance writer and editor with a focus on timely travel trends, points and miles, hot new hotels, and all things that go (he’s a proud aviation geek and transit nerd). Formerly full time at The Points Guy, his work can now be found at AFAR, Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, Washington Post, and Lonely Planet, among others
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