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LAX lounge access – AA award on EY

LAX lounge access – AA award on EY

  1. Debo

    I have an American AAdvantage business class award booked AUH-LAX-SFO. Travel to LA on Etihad and to SF on Alaska. Which lounge can I access at LAX? I think the Etihad lounge is departing passengers only. Will I not have Admirals Club access since Etihad isn’t a oneworld airline?

  2. MidSouthSkier

    I don’t think you will have access based on this from the AA website:
    [I]
    Includes customers traveling in First or Business on a qualifying international or transcontinental flight marketed and operated by American or a [B]one[/B]world® airline.*[/I]

    and your next leg (on AS) is none of those.

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