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American Flagship Lounge

American Flagship Lounge

  1. Anonymous

    I am American Platinum. I recently flew LAX-LHR economy. Am I entitled to visit the Flagship Lounge? I was refused in LAX.

  2. rickyw

    Not sure why they refused you, because you are entitled to access. From the AA website:

    [URL=’https://www.aa.com/i18n/travel-info/clubs/flagship-lounge.jsp#aadvantagequalifying’]Qualifying AAdvantage® Executive Platinum, Platinum Pro and PlatinumExpand[/URL]
    Get access if you’re departing on or connecting to a qualifying international flight marketed and operated by American or a [B]one[/B]world® airline (regardless of cabin).

    Were you crediting the flight to AA? Sometimes when crediting to another program, your status wouldn’t be immediately apparent.

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