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Accessing Qantas First Class Lounge In LAX – flying domestic on AA

Accessing Qantas First Class Lounge In LAX – flying domestic on AA

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Lucky and Everyone,

    I’m a British Airways (BA) gold level but fly domestically with AA in the U.S as I live in the U.S. Can I still be able to access the Qantas First Class Lounge even though I’m only flying domestic (e.g. NYC to LAX and LAX back to NYC or…NYC-LAX-HNL (Honolulu)?

    I recall that this was a possibility a couple years back, but not sure if One World/Qantas still allows this. I know AA members are prohibited, but since I am a BA gold member, would I have the option to access the first class lounge?

    Appreciate all the input everyone!

  2. David W

    You should be able to access it given your BA Gold status.


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