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LAX lounge access for EK f class passenger

LAX lounge access for EK f class passenger

  1. Rohit Deshpande

    Hey Guys so I’m going to be traveling on EK F class out of LAX this week, and I know EK has their own lounge at LAX (I’ve used it twice before), but here’s my issue: The wifi speed is horrendously depressing and I just cannot get any work done in there. So here’s my question. I know that the one world first class lounge is operated by Qantas (I’ve used it before when traveling on BA F). So Since I am traveling on EK F class, and Emirates and Qantas are partners, am I allowed to use that lounge. I know that you have to walk through the business class portion of the lounge to get to the F class lounge but am I allowed to use it? I’m going to be at LAX for 5 house before my flight departs and I will be doing some spotting as I always do, but I also need to get work done, and I need a productive place to do it this time. Thanks guys!

  2. Anonymous

    I am pretty sure you’re only allowed access to the Emirates lounge. The wifi is poor in the Qantas lounge as well, or at least inconsistent. Might be best to sit on the terrace of the EK lounge and use the LAX wifi — I did that from the Korean lounge recently.

  3. Rohit Deshpande

    [QUOTE=”Tiffany, post: 29299, member: 7″]I am pretty sure you’re only allowed access to the Emirates lounge. The wifi is poor in the Qantas lounge as well, or at least inconsistent. Might be best to sit on the terrace of the EK lounge and use the LAX wifi — I did that from the Korean lounge recently.[/QUOTE]
    Wow I would expect the lounge wifi to be better than LAX’s overall wifi, but I guess that will have to do then, the only issue I have is that I have a lot of confidential data on my laptop that I really don’t want to be using a public network like LAX’s main wifi for. Also I have a personal Verizon “Mi-fi” but reception for that and my phone which is Verizon as well basically drops off the second I reach LAX and is poor.

  4. Rohit Deshpande

    [QUOTE=”Tiffany, post: 29299, member: 7″]I am pretty sure you’re only allowed access to the Emirates lounge. The wifi is poor in the Qantas lounge as well, or at least inconsistent. Might be best to sit on the terrace of the EK lounge and use the LAX wifi — I did that from the Korean lounge recently.[/QUOTE]
    But thanks for the Help Tiffany!

  5. Anonymous

    There’s just something about that airport. Everyone’s cell service is bad, and wifi is poor. But get a VPN if you’re going to be using a public network!

  6. Rohit Deshpande

    [QUOTE=”Tiffany, post: 29311, member: 7″]There’s just something about that airport. Everyone’s cell service is bad, and wifi is poor. But get a VPN if you’re going to be using a public network![/QUOTE]
    Sounds good, I’m flying out tomorrow, so I will try and use a VPN to do my work and see how it goes from there. Thanks a lot for the help Tiffany!

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