Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 19 Jan 2014
Total posts 6
booked BA to London in April, was wondering if we would be allowed in the Qantas business lounge. My mum is gold status and my two brothers and I are silver. Thanks?
Member since 17 Aug 2012
Total posts 1,285
Are we talking BA Silver (oneworld Sapphire) or QF Silver (oneworld Ruby), and in what cabin(s) will you be travelling?
sorry, it is travelling British Airways World Traveller (economy). It is Qantas gold status and Qantas Bronze status
Your mum, as QF Gold, will be allowed one guest.
I understand that the policy does not count younger children as "guests", so as Serg would say, YMMV - your mileage may vary. If your brothers are quite young, it should be alright; if you're all over 16 or so, it might be harder. It's ultimately up to the lounge dragon that afternoon, and given BA 16 leaves during a peak time, it is not likely that they will let your mum take in three adult guests.
Best of luck. I do hope you won't need to resort to duelling.
We usually get in at Qantas's Sydney lounge. However Heathrow is a joke, we couldn't even all get in when my dad was with us who is platinum.
Member since 12 Apr 2013
Total posts 870
“so as Serg would say, YMMV” – and what is wrong with that? :-)
It's your line, not mine.
Member since 07 May 2012
Total posts 299
If you are silver and QC member you would be able to bring one guest into the QF business lounge in SYD or MEL. Your QC access will not get you into BA lounges. Your mum will be able to bring one guest into BA lounge in LHR.
Member since 20 Sep 2013
Total posts 317
Just go in if QF jerks are at the door bring your other guests in 10 mins later.
Member since 29 Jun 2013
I have found Qantas has a family policy and as such,I have taken my two son's together with my wife into the lounge .ring Qantas club and ask .hope this helps
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booked BA to London in April, was wondering if we would be allowed in the Qantas business lounge.
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