PS, the private luxury terminal for commercial flights, will officially open its doors at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on September 6, 2023, the company — formerly known as Private Suite — announced in a press release this week. It will be the second location for PS joining an outpost in LAX.
“A staple for affluent travelers flying through LAX since 2017, PS reimagines the pre- and post-flight experience by allowing its members to fly commercial without setting foot in the airport,” according to the release.
Accepting reservations now for September 6 and beyond, the private PS ATL terminal offers on-site TSA screening, followed by time in the terminal in either The Salon lounge or Private Suite, both equipped with all of the complimentary often-forgotten amenities you can think of (but didn’t). At boarding time, Members and guests will then be driven to their commercial flights at any of ATL’s gates to board the plane directly from the tarmac. For those arriving to ATL, the full experience is reversed, from tarmac pick-up through airport departure, as well as private customs clearance on international arrivals.
“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,” Amina Porter, CEO of PS, said. “The Atlanta Department of Aviation played a pivotal role in bringing this vision to life and we hope other airports will follow suit.”
PS ATL will pair “global sophistication with local culture,” showcasing a range of regional amenities and partners that shine a light on some of Atlanta’s most notable and noteworthy brands and artisans. The space features an extensive collection of artworks by black artists, and antique and vintage furniture pieces sourced from local collectors.
The Private Suites provide travelers with complete privacy in their own accommodation, while The Salon offers a lounge area perfect for solo travelers or small groups. Beyond the respite spaces, guests can enjoy an extensive menu of cocktails and chef-prepared meals, as well as spa and beauty offerings such as massages, manicure and barber services.
According to the company’s website, non-members can pay $1,095 per person to use The Salon and $4,085 for up to four people to use a Private Suite. Membership, which costs $4,850 per year, reduces use of The Salon to $750 per person and a Private Suite to $3,550 for up to four people.
PS ATL’s official opening marks the brand’s latest milestones following a year of significant growth. PS recently announced locations coming to Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW), set to open in spring 2024, and Miami International Airport (MIA), scheduled for a 2025 opening. PS’s accelerated momentum comes as the brand’s proven experience providing a private, premium, and seamless airport offering meets the industry’s growing demand.