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Using ANA F Lounge in NRT

Using ANA F Lounge in NRT

  1. Szer0

    I will be flying ANA F from ORD-NRT; and ANA J from NRT-CGK.

    The highest class of service from NRT-CGK is the J class.

    Will I be able to use the ANA F lounge while waiting for my flight in NRT? What should I tell the lounge service desk if they insist that I use the J Lounge due to my J connecting flight.

    Thank you in advance.

  2. No Name

    [USER=1927]@Szer0[/USER]

    Welcome.

    Sadly *A rules are based on your class of departure in general. Not sure if ANA has any exceptions to this rule for their own flights.
    [URL]http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2014/08/25/know-lounge-access-international-itineraries/[/URL]

  3. Szer0

    [QUOTE=”No Name, post: 17069, member: 268″][USER=1927]@Szer0[/USER]

    Welcome.

    Sadly *A rules are based on your class of departure in general. Not sure if ANA has any exceptions to this rule for their own flights.
    [URL]http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2014/08/25/know-lounge-access-international-itineraries/[/URL][/QUOTE]

    Thanks for the help… the thing that “bugs” me out is the fact that J is the highest service offered to the destination and you’d have thought that there’s so exception there… but reading from it – it looks like a “NO” – unless someone else with more experience features another response

  4. Gaurav

    You can always walk in and see what they say. Sometimes politeness goes a long way but I think in Japan it’s probably unlikely.

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