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United ticketed flight to HNL, layover, Hawaiian flight LIH, 1st class benefits?

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LAX to ATH on Delta, “Upgrade Certificate not available for this flight”???

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Just 1 Non-Stop a Day JFK/DFW?

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What would you do?

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USVI to US

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Experiences from South Pacific in January

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First QR flight into KSA airspace in more than 3 years!!

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Transfer on 2 separate tickets

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Combining tickets

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Access AA Flagship Lounge

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Flagship access for transcon first

Flagship access for transcon first

  1. Anonymous

    So, I understand that an AA passenger flying in F on a three-class transcon flight is permitted to access the Flagship lounge. However, what does that really mean?!

    Basically, I have a big run next week and I’ll be blasting around the country on the SFO-JFK-SJU deal that popped up a few months ago. I decided to upgrade one leg from SFO-JFK to F from J for 15,000 AA miles. The flight is a red eye, will I have access to the Flagship lounge upon arrival? Better yet, will I be able to access it each time I am in JFK within the three day itinerary?

    Thanks for your help, I’d rather ask you than tweet AA for a guaranteed rejection :/

  2. Anonymous

    Hah, sounds like my kind of trip!

    You’ll have access on arrival in JFK, but unless you have other transcon segments I think that’ll be it. It’s based on same-day travel, I believe.

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