Refreshing at lounge on arrival

Discussion in 'Airport Lounges' started by gwilliamb, Aug 3, 2007.

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  1. gwilliamb

    gwilliamb Junior Member

    Jul 31, 2007
    Hi All,
    I noticed on BA site that they mentioned after ariving at Heathrow on First Class that you could go to their lounge to refresh and take a shower before leaving the airport. My question is, what happens to your luggage during this time? Having a shower would be great but leaving your bags on the carousel for an hour unattended does not sound like a great idea. Any clues?

  2. simongr

    simongr Enthusiast

    Jul 10, 2006
    There is an arrivals lounge after baggage collection and a place to store bags inside the lounge.
  3. gwilliamb

    gwilliamb Junior Member

    Jul 31, 2007
    Thank you Simon,
    That helps a lot. Another question:
    I will be arriving at Frankfurt on Thai airways First Class and would like to do the same thing. Is there a lounge you can use after collecting the bags?
    Thanks Again
  4. Maca44

    Maca44 Established Member

    Sep 2, 2005
    United Airlines have "Arrivals by United" for F pax at SFO I used last year, and even after a pleasant flight in F it is always nice to have a shower. You are issued your Arrivals by United voucher when you check in at SYD, and after your shower they also offer a very nice breakfast. This is only for arriving pax, and not a F lounge for departures so very nice to refresh while waiting for a connecting flight.
  5. moa999

    moa999 Senior Member

    Jun 23, 2003
    Flight Map:
    View my flight map
    Arrivals lounges are not common.
    So think you're out of luck in Frankfurt

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