Auckland lounges Hello everyone, my family (wife and infant) and I will be travelling Auckland to Sydney (among other stops) we are travelling F class on a QF# on Emirates, we get

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kim

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 01 May 2013

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Auckland lounges

Hello everyone, my family (wife and infant) and I will be travelling Auckland to Sydney (among other stops) we are travelling F class on a QF# on Emirates, we get in to Auckland on another flight at 1330 and our flight departs at 1800 what lounges can we use/should we use and other services available in Auckland and in Sydney on arrival to get the most value out of this leg of the trip. At the end of September.

PLATY

Member since 19 Jan 2012

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Hi, Kim, there are lounges run by both QF and EK at AKL. They are upstairs and side by side (and next to the Air NZ lounge) and accessed from the main departures area. Turn right out of customs/security.

Perhaps take a peek at both and see which you prefer!

On the reverse (SYD-AKL on EK in first class) trip two weeks ago we spent time in the QF First lounge and thence the Emirates lounge.

Others may have experienced both lounges in AKL and be better able to advise their points of difference.

wilsoni Banned

wilsoni Banned

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Member since 28 Sep 2011

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You shouldn't use any F lounge. Infants don't belong there.

PLATY

Member since 19 Jan 2012

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Kim, having consulted with the access rules on the QF web site, there do not appear to be any restrictions on allowing access for an infant into either the QF or the EK lounges, whatever the personal views of other travellers.

Koru17

Air New Zealand - Airpoints

Member since 04 Sep 2012

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In AKL use the EK lounge. While the is no separate F class section it is by far BETTER than the QF 'Lounge' in AKL. The QF has no windows and is like a dark dungeon tucked away at the back. Plus, the EK lounge is the same design as all the other non DXB lounges so you can expect a great experience and service. SYD, the choice is yours - have a visit to both EK and QF F lounges. Have fun :)

NEquine

Member since 21 Sep 2012

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The EK lounge in Auckland is fantastic.  Lots of seating and the staff extremely friendly.  Plenty of food and drink options too.  I was sorry to leave the place to go on the plane!

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