Admirals Club 30 day membership

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timster

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Re: American Air Admirals Club 30 Day Membership

Has anyone had any luck accessing the OW Lounge at LAX with a Qantas Club, flying on an AA code but on Qantas metal?

Assuming you really do mean QP (since the first part of your question is about AC), I would have said that it would be "yes" ... but this would indicate fairly strongly that it is "no" ....

Lounge Locations | North America | Los Angeles International Airport Tom Bradley Terminal | International Business
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"Next onward flight that day must be a Qantas, or Jetstar Airlines+ flight number.
One guest allowed and must be travelling with the member on the same flight."

But given the way these things are often written (meaning something they don't say, or saying something they don't mean), and the likelihood of a "local interpretation", I would say that your scenario is about a 50:50 proposition. ;)
 

hutch

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Re: American Air Admirals Club 30 Day Membership

Assuming you really do mean QP (since the first part of your question is about AC), I would have said that it would be "yes" ... but this would indicate fairly strongly that it is "no" ....

Lounge Locations | North America | Los Angeles International Airport Tom Bradley Terminal | International Business
Qantas Club Member
"Next onward flight that day must be a Qantas, or Jetstar Airlines+ flight number.
One guest allowed and must be travelling with the member on the same flight."

But given the way these things are often written (meaning something they don't say, or saying something they don't mean), and the likelihood of a "local interpretation", I would say that your scenario is about a 50:50 proposition. ;)

Yeah I know what you mean by interpretation. I would think that the reciprocal lounge access between QF & AA should mean that the intent is to provide access to each others lounges. But its confusing!
 

timster

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Re: American Air Admirals Club 30 Day Membership

Yeah I know what you mean by interpretation. I would think that the reciprocal lounge access between QF & AA should mean that the intent is to provide access to each others lounges. But its confusing!

You could actually ring the TBIT lounge. The number must be published somewhere. Might as well get it from horse's (dragon's) mouth.

Since you will be checking in at the Qantas desk you could also call checkin. You're more likely to find a supervisor there. And I am not sure if it's a case where checkin has to give you an official invitiation to the OW lounge if AC member.
 
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