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MEL- NAN via SYD

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serfty

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As posted, the QF flight number is the important thing.

So, if booked on QF391 or QF345 SYD-NAN then First Lounge access.

NO First Lounge access if your booking is for FJ910 or FJ914.
 

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From where I'm sitting most people are saying variation of the same thing :!:

On a QF flight number booking a WP will have F lounge access even though the boarding pass will have an FJ flight number on it. On an FJ flight number booking there will be J lounge access only. (the boarding pass will still have an FJ flight number)
 

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From where I'm sitting most people are saying variation of the same thing :!:

On a QF flight number booking a WP will have F lounge access even though the boarding pass will have an FJ flight number on it. On an FJ flight number booking there will be J lounge access only. (the boarding pass will still have an FJ flight number)
And if the booking is FJ in Y-class? No INT lounge access at all?
 

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If you booked a QF flight number to NAN and the ticket/itinerary says so accordingly, regardless, of what the BP says, you'll be allowed in the F lounge. The lounge staff will have a list of such passengers. As mentioned before, even you booked the QF flight number, your BP will still have a FJ number.

This has been my experience and reported by others too.
I'm fairly certain that for bookings made under the QF codeshare flight number that despite the boarding pass saying "FJ910" usually on the boarding pass underneath where your frequent flyer number prints out it should say something like "sold as QF391".
 

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I'm fairly certain that for bookings made under the QF codeshare flight number that despite the boarding pass saying "FJ910" usually on the boarding pass underneath where your frequent flyer number prints out it should say something like "sold as QF391".
A good theory but unfortunately it has not on the occasions that I've used this.
 
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A good theory but unfortunately it has not on the occasions that I've used this.
Conversely, it has been the case with my flights. Same with AA and BA. Whenever I'm on a QF code, the BP shows the actual flight number with the "sold as" disclaimer in the service info box.
 

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If you go back through the threads linked to you note reports that on the stub, CARRIER is printed along with QANTAS (or QF).
 
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