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I recently visited Ecuador. The return flight was from Guayaquil (GYE) to New York (JFK). With a little time to spare and a Priority Pass in hand, I decided to check out the VIP Club.
It was pretty empty. Correction: it was rather desolate. Like the other Priority Club I visited in Ecuador (at Quito Airport), only non-alcoholic beverages were complimentary.
Outside of the quiet club, the airport was bustling as we lined up for our LAN flight home.
I boarded the plane passing through business on my way to my seat in coach.
my seat was in a bulkhead row, so I had a little extra legroom.
They fed us hot lunch, with chicken and rice, which was fine and the beverage service included wine.
(note: this trip was part of a media press trip. LAN along with the tourism boards of Quito and Cuenca were the sponsors, and covered the cost of the flights)
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