Dresscode in the lounges

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coco50

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serfty said:
Exactly, and it's not just airline lounges; was at the Hilton ANC club lounge earlier tonight and it was overrun with 6-12 YO brats refueliing on copious quantities of Coca-Cola and the like.

It was interesting to see a room in a DFW Admirals Club set aside for members progeny. :idea:

(I was going to check if they could be locked in, but as they don't call flights I had to leave. :p )

QF lounge SYD T2 has a children's room as well (with a dedicated TV). Perhaps children and adults behaving badly should occupy that space:!:
 

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serfty said:
In that situation, it's certainly time to get an FA involved; if no joy there, definitly get the CSM (head FA) involved.

my rule of thumb when there are little cherubs acting out with parents who choose not to control them is to ALWAYS get the flight attendant. i believe they are the appropriate person (socially, psychologically etc) in that situation.

the FA can place responsibility for the kiddies where it needs to be in a manner that carries legitimate authority. I on the other hand cannot do that cause i am just joe public to the parents. (ie: they can tell me to cough* off and are much less likely to say that to a FA)
 
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