Admiral's Club 30 day pass at JFK

Old Jun 24th, 2014, 03:36 AM
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Admiral's Club 30 day pass at JFK

I'm wondering if anyone has experience using the Admiral's club 30 day pass at JFK using a Qantas ticket to gain entry to the Qantas Club Lounge?
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Old Jun 24th, 2014, 03:58 AM
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What does having a Qantas ticket have to do with it? Does that pass require you to be traveling on a OneWorld airline member? If it does then you shouldn't have any problems.
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Old Jun 24th, 2014, 05:01 AM
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From the AA website:

The 30-day individual membership provides access to all Admirals Club lounges. At partner lounges, guest access is subject to the policies of each lounge partner.
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Sorry, I misread the OP's post about using the "Qantas Lounge" there isn't one at JFK but here is the info the poster needs:

http://www.qantas.com.au/travel/airl...unge/global/en
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Forget the link above:

here's the info

Eligible Class of Travel

First


Next onward flight that day must be a Qantas flight.

One guest allowed and must be travelling with the member on the same flight.

International Business


Next onward flight that day must be a Qantas flight.

One guest allowed and must be travelling with the member on the same flight.
Eligible Qantas Members

Platinum One Frequent Flyer


Next onward flight must be on a Qantas, Jetstar Airlines+ or oneworld flight number.#

One guest allowed and must be on travelling with the member on the same flight.

Platinum Frequent Flyer


Next onward flight must be on a Qantas operated+ or oneworld flight number.#

One guest allowed and must be travelling with the member on the same flight.

Gold Frequent Flyer


Next onward flight must be on a Qantas operated+ or oneworld flight number.#

One guest allowed and must be travelling with the member on the same flight.

Qantas Club Member


Next onward flight must be on a Qantas operated flight number.

One guest allowed and must be travelling with the member on the same flight.
Eligible oneworld Status

Emerald


Next onward flight that day must be on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

One guest allowed and must be travelling on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

Sapphire


Next onward flight that day must be on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

One guest allowed and must be travelling on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

International First oneworld Customers


Next onward flight that day must be on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

One guest allowed and must be travelling on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

International Business oneworld Customers


Next onward flight that day must be on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

No guest allowed.
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