Airport Lounge Receptionist Resume Template

Airport departure lounges are reserved for an airline’s First Class, Premium, and Business Class passengers waiting to board their flights.  Even full-fare economy class passengers can be upgraded and be entitled to spend time in the airline’s airport lounge.  And when you enter one of these lounges, the first person to greet you is the Airport Lounge Receptionist.  Much like restaurant concierge or a hotel receptionist, the Airport Lounge Receptionist is trained in all the customer relations fineries meant to heighten a traveler’s flying experience with superb ground service.

Airport Lounge Receptionist Resume Template

Francine T. Walker

W. Adams St., Chicago, Illinois

Phone: (312) 354-6988


To work as an Airport Lounge Receptionist for a large airline or ground handler operating airport lounges for airline clients.

Summary of Qualification

  • Positive outgoing personality, grooming and disposition
  • Excellent oral communication and interpersonal skills

Professional Experience

2005 – Present: Airport Lounge Receptionist, Continental Lounge, O’Hare International Airport, Chicago

  • Observe airline work schedules to ensure optimum productivity
  • Observed proper decorum, grooming standards and uniforms while at work.
  • Coordinate with the Lounge Supervisor to ensure that all lounge amenities are fully stoked and the lounge is ready to receive airline passenger guests.
  • Welcome airlines passenger guests courteously and graciously check their boarding passes and lounge invites and politely refuse entry for unauthorized passengers, referring them to the supervisor when necessary.
  • Usher passenger guests to the main lounge areas.
  • Assist passenger guests with their inquiries and requests.
  • Initiate boarding calls and usher guess to the boarding gates.


2002 – 2005: High School Diploma, Collins Academy High School, Chicago

Personal reference to be furnished upon request

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