SYD FCL Access Question

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I, Mother and 2 dependents (14 and 11) will be traveling SYD-AKL in January. I will be AA EXP (OWE) and they will be AA Plat (OWS).

What is the likely hood of us being allowed in F lounge rather than being shuffled into the J lounge?
 

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I, Mother and 2 dependents (14 and 11) will be traveling SYD-AKL in January. I will be AA EXP (OWE) and they will be AA Plat (OWS).

What is the likely hood of us being allowed in F lounge rather than being shuffled into the J lounge?

You should be fine. I believe the QF Family lounge access policy applies to OW elites as well as QF elites
 
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Is there F for QF JFK terminal 7? Would same apply?

Also TBIT LAX?
 

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Is there F for QF JFK terminal 7? Would same apply?

Also TBIT LAX?

There is no F lounge at JFK Terminal 7. Qantas elites have access to British Airways Galleries Lounge. There is a First Lounge at TBIT at LAX, run jointly by British, Cathay and Qantas.

For all information about international lounge access see Airport Lounges | Qantas
 

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There is no F lounge at JFK Terminal 7. Qantas elites have access to British Airways Galleries Lounge. There is a First Lounge at TBIT at LAX, run jointly by British, Cathay and Qantas.

For all information about international lounge access see Airport Lounges | Qantas

BA has separate First and Business lounges at JFK (as well as the CCR for those actually flying F). IME the J lounge is larger with a slightly better food offering, the F lounge is much quieter.
I don't think BA will let the OP plus guest, plus two kids into the F Lounge but that's no sad loss really.
 

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BA has separate First and Business lounges at JFK (as well as the CCR for those actually flying F). IME the J lounge is larger with a slightly better food offering, the F lounge is much quieter.
I don't think BA will let the OP plus guest, plus two kids into the F Lounge but that's no sad loss really.

The "OP" has only used the Flagship lounge in T8 (I think) before. That was for breakfast and was quite acceptable. The sealed individual servings of cinnamon toast crunch may have fallen into OP's bag and made their way back to Australia for the mini OPs :)
 

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The "OP" has only used the Flagship lounge in T8 (I think) before. That was for breakfast and was quite acceptable. The sealed individual servings of cinnamon toast crunch may have fallen into OP's bag and made their way back to Australia for the mini OPs :)

I forgot your handle :D
 
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