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Private Room Access in Singapore?

Private Room Access in Singapore?

  1. Anonymous

    I’ll be flying JFK-Frankfurt-SIN-Yangon on a singapore airlines award booking. I’m flying in suites class from JFK-SIN, and then have an 8 hour layover in singapore before a business class flight out on silk air to Yangon (because they don’t have first class). It’s all on the same ticket.

    I’m planning to get out of the airport for a few hours to roam around Singapore. I’d love to experience the Private Room when I return, and I was wondering if you know whether I’d be able to use it, since my overall ticket is a first class booking, or whether I’d be excluded because the last leg is in business on Silk Air. Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

  2. No Name

    I believe you should be covered under scenario A since Silk Air is the regional wing of SQ and uses the same lounges.
    [URL]http://dossierluxus.com/singapore-airlines-changi-lounge-access-rules-clarified/[/URL]

    Have you considered reaching out to SQ on social media or contact customer service to get a definitive answer?

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