... and only one guest allowed, no matter how much you plead.NM said:...AA now only have their Flagship Lounges at LAX, ORD and BOS. They used to have one at DFW and at MIA but they have been closed. The FL is accessible by OneWorld Emerald frequent flyers. The FL's have free self-service bar and a decent range of food on offer.
I think that would be the BA/QF shafred lounge at TBI. AA don't use TBI. The joint AA/QF lounge is at T4 and the First Class (AA Flagship Lounge) is excellent. That is why I will no longer depart from TBI and always route out of T4. These days I mostly fly OneWorld Explorer or Circle Pacific and cross the south Pacific eastbound so am arriving into LAX from Australia, connecting to AA or QF flight at T4 (use the F lounge there) and departing the US out of some other point either to Europe (on BA) or Asia (AA to NRT or CX to HKG of I can fit it into the DCIR22 mileage restrictions). I also try to route through ORD rather than DFW becuase the AA FL at ORD is so much better than the AA AC at DFW.Bob said:The AA shared lounge at Tom Bradley at LAX is a disaster area.
Only one per coupon and only once you've tipped the barman :wink: :shock:ANDREWCX said:Question is: If you get an Admiral's Club drink coupon does it cover unlimited drinks or just one? I had a coupon but wasn't sure if it only covered one drink or more.
It's been reported that Qantas Club members are entitled to extra coupons if they ask for them. It's also been reported that the success rate at doing this is less than 100%. Haven't tried it myself, but I have a couple of lengthy US layovers soon, so I may be forced to give it a go.Lindsay Wilson said:
Agreed and we were given several drink vouchers each without asking. Bit of a waste in the early AM though :!:luckydog said:The showers at the Admirals Club in Terminal 4 are really nice.
After landing at LA from Australia, there is nothing nicer than a good hot shower in a clean modern bathroom.
I was really impressed with the quality.