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Access to Delta Crown Room in FRA

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Optics

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Hi,

I am travelling to Berlin via SIN/FRA and return next week. On the return trip I usually use the Delta Crown room at FRA, but a colleague told me yesterday that it is not open for QF flyers anymore. Does anyone know if this is correct? Is it all flights or just some at specific times? I am flying on QF6 on 7 Sep.

If it is not available, what other lounge can be used? I believe there is a BA lounge and a CX, but which is better/closer to the gate? I am OW Emerald and flying J.

Thanks
 
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Indeed. Qantas has ceased its agreement to use the Delta Crown Room at Frankfurt. QF now uses the CX lounge near gate E7. The BA lounge closes at 22:30 , so is not that useful if departing on QF

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Dave Noble said:
Indeed. Qantas has ceased its agreement to use the Delta Crown Room at Frankfurt. QF now uses the CX lounge near gate E7. The BA lounge closes at 22:30 , so is not that useful if departing on QF

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Thanks Dave. That's a pity, as the Delta Crown room was quite conveniently located, and not a bad place for a shower and drink.
 

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Optics said:
Thanks Dave. That's a pity, as the Delta Crown room was quite conveniently located, and not a bad place for a shower and drink.
I think you will find the CX lounge almost as conveniently located (in the E gate area of Terminal 2), with very similar food/beverage and nice shower facilities.

Both CX and DL lounges are way better than the BA lounge. The CX and DL lounges cater for long-haul flights, while the BA lounge is designed for short-haul services and hence does not need showers etc.
 

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NM said:
I think you will find the CX lounge almost as conveniently located (in the E gate area of Terminal 2), with very similar food/beverage and nice shower facilities.

Both CX and DL lounges are way better than the BA lounge. The CX and DL lounges cater for long-haul flights, while the BA lounge is designed for short-haul services and hence does not need showers etc.
Thanks NM. It is always interesting to try a new lounge.
 
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