AF domestic lounge in CDG -can I get access, travelling J then onward in Y?

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obanpointer

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AF domestic lounge in CDG -can I get access, travelling J then onward in Y?

Travelling J from Sin to CDG on AF then in Y on a separate, but linked, booking with AF to LYS. There is no J cabin on the domestic flight. Will I be able to access the lounge in CDG. I am P with QFF and was also wondering about a status match with a skyteam airline as a second option?

calmelb

Member since 20 Apr 2015

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According to the Skyteam rules "All First and Business Class passengers traveling on, or connecting to/from, a same-day international flight operated by a SkyTeam member airline have access to a lounge. Lounge access will be provided only at your departure and transfer airports, and not on arrival." and you just have to present your International boarding pass to the lounge agents to gain access. 

If you were travelling with the domestic sector in J and the international sector in Y then you wouldn't have had access, but as this isn't the case you do have access

Hope that makes sense,
calmelb 

obanpointer

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perfect sense calmelb, thankyou

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