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AA Flagship Lounge Access When Connecting Domestically

AA Flagship Lounge Access When Connecting Domestically

  1. Anonymous


    I will be flying from DFW to LHR via Austin, TX. I will be in BA First on the AUS-LHR segment, the same day I depart DFW. Would I be able to use the Flagship Dining at DFW with this itinerary? From what I have seen, the only rules regarding this say you have to be on a same-day international departure. Does it have to be from the airport in which the lounge is? I am also an EXP, if that has an effect on anything.


    – Mark

  2. David W

    I’d like to say that you’d get access because you’re traveling same day on BA F and you’re EXP. Your itinerary should be an eligible itinerary.

    [URL][/URL] This post is a year old but the invitation card doesnt specifically say that you have to be flying direct from DFW.

  3. Gaurav

    This post makes it a little clearer: [URL][/URL]

    You should be able to access the lounge.

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