Why does the QF Flounge FIDS display non OW/partner flights?

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I noticed in the Adelaide QP they had Air Asia flight to KUL listed!

Maybe they have a lounge access agreement although they are not partners?
 

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Those displays are managed by the airport. They are meant to be tailored, but I have also noticed that they often include some flights which they shouldn't...
 
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Wouldn't the FJ flight also be QF391?

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I noticed the FIDS in the QF Flounge displays certain 'partner' flights that pax would not have lounge access to (FJ, MU etc)

You have access to the F lounge when flying FJ and MU, so long as it's QF marketed.
 

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I've seen NZ flights displayed at QF SYD F.
Yes the NZ have always been there.
I used them to see if there were delays etc at destination because if they were delayed as well then WLG had issues.
I too think it is from the airport data feed rather than the off chance a CL would be looking at their non-OW flights.
 
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