- Nov 16, 2004
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Yep, & Dave make's 3 ...Dave Noble said:Alan n NM are correct. ...
That's the wrong part of that web page to quote Simon. You need to look at the notation relating to the * note.
The relevant part goes thus:
As a QF SG, you fall under the "Sapphire* (see exception)" category and as a Gold Qantas Frequent Flyer Status overrides your AA Plat status in this case you will have access.oneworld™ Members
oneworld benefits are available to qualifying passengers and eligible guests on scheduled flights that are both operated and marketed by a oneworld member airline. Eligible passengers have access to either the Admirals Club lounge or Flagship Lounge facility (where available) on the day of their departure. oneworld passengers qualify based on ... frequent flyer status as shown below: ...
*AAdvantage Executive Platinum® and AAdvantage Platinum® members must be departing on a oneworld operated/marketed flight that day. Excludes AAdvantage members traveling on solely North American itineraries. North America is defined as U.S. (including Hawaii and Alaska), Canada, Mexico (except Mexico City), Bermuda, The Bahamas, and the CaribbeanCode:
Access Based on Frequent Number of Admirals Club Flagship Lounge Flyer Status Guests Lounge Facility Emerald* (see exception) 1 Yes Yes Sapphire* (see exception) 1 Yes No Ruby N/A No No
Not only that; you get complimentary drink chits as well ...