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Oneworld Lounge Access

Oneworld Lounge Access

  1. FlyingPigg

    If I have aa plat, that entitles me to oneoworld sapphire? It appears that aa plat doesn’t give admirals club lounge access, but the oneworld status does, so I’m confused about this entirely.

    Do I get lounge access with sapphire? What kind of proof do I need if I have a plat card but that doesn’t give access?

    Thanks!

  2. MidSouthSkier

    If I read the [URL=’https://www.aa.com/i18n/aadvantage-program/elite-status/elite-status-benefits.jsp#airportbenefits’]AA website[/URL] properly, you get lounge access at oneworld partner lounges but not at AA’s own domestic lounges unless the ticket you’re flying grants you access.

    Someone please correct me if I’m wrong.

  3. Anonymous

    Correct, because AA sells lounge access, it’s not given automatically to members of their own elite program, but they do have to offer it to oneworld partners.

    So if you were Sapphire due to British Airways status, you’d have domestic lounge access. As is you’ll only have access on international itineraries.

  4. Jacob McCarthy

    [QUOTE=”Tiffany, post: 23517, member: 7″]Correct, because AA sells lounge access, it’s not given automatically to members of their own elite program, but they do have to offer it to oneworld partners.

    So if you were Sapphire due to British Airways status, you’d have domestic lounge access. As is you’ll only have access on international itineraries.[/QUOTE]
    yep, this is why I want Aer Lingus to join OW so badly, I “need” my lounge on domestic itineraries 😉

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