I have never purchased a AA Admirals Club Member Ship but I do have some idea of what it and I have a few questions to ask about it Firstly I am traveling to Honolulu from Sydne

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henrus

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 23 Oct 2013

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I have never purchased a AA Admirals Club Member Ship but I do have some idea of what it and I have a few questions to ask about it

Firstly I am traveling to Honolulu from Sydney on JQ3 and wondered if the pass would work for that flight and access to the Qantas Business Lounge

In the same trip I am also traveling from LAX to NAN on FJ and wondered if the same pass would work

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Finally I am then traveling from NAN to BNE on QF operated on FJ Metal with a QF flight no and wondered if the pass would work there?

Thanks Henrus

watson374

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Member since 17 Aug 2012

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To the best of my recollection:

  1. It will not allow you to access the QF lounge in HNL or SYD if you are on a JQ operated and marketed flight, as reciprocal access is on QF flight numbers only.
  2. It will not allow you to access the QF lounge in LAX if you are on an FJ operated and marketed flight, as reciprocal access is on QF flight numbers only.
  3. I am unsure about your third flight, as it does have a QF number but I would expect that it will not allow you to access the FJ partner lounge.

Ultimately, I would recommend that you do not purchase an Admirals Club membership for this trip. Save the money and use it to have something in the food court.

henrus

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Member since 23 Oct 2013

Total posts 768

I am also traveling from Brisbane to Sydney on Qantas Economy 

and according to the AA Website there is a Qantas Lounge in Nadi with this below

"Must present your membership card (or 30 Day Membership receipt) and boarding pass at check-in counter for same day travel on Qantas operated flight."

My flight is Fiji Airways operated but when I type by booking no. into the fiji airways website it says it is Qantas operated

I am traveling with the family ie the Mrs and 2 Kids and the AA Website says you are allowed 2 Guest or Immediate Family 

So if they allow me to use the pass for the 2 Flights and allow in the whole family then it works out to be ~$13 per person per entry if the pass is AUD107 at current exchange rate

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