Member since 31 Jan 2013
Total posts 18
My wife and I are flying SYD-SIN-SGN-HKG-SYD all in J class whilst my adult (20yo) son is on the same itinerary/flights in Y class. Do you think the airlines will allow us all to check in together at the Priority Checkin? Would rather not check in and then have to wait for 45mins whilst son works through the economy queue before joining us.
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 08 Aug 2016
Total posts 112
they will let you use it together based off my experience
Member since 22 Jan 2015
Total posts 87
You shouldn't have any problems, I've done it quite a few times with Qantas. I always think of it as having the same rules as lounge access, as a Business Class passenger, you can bring a guest to priority check-in, just like you can bring a guest to the lounge. (for the airlines that have this privilege)
Singapore Airlines - KrisFlyer
Total posts 38
I've never had a problem, even with non-family members (e.g. colleagues). Within reason though, one person is fine, whereas a group would be inconsiderate.
Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 08 Jun 2014
Total posts 88
Member since 29 Mar 2015
Total posts 15
You could always upgrade your son to business!😆😆😆😆
Member since 28 Jul 2011
Total posts 49
Are you in fact the son being spoken about.....?
Member since 05 Jun 2012
Total posts 57
I have never had a problem with this, nor have I ever had a problem when checking in a family member at a ticket desk to which I would be entitled with my home FFP airline - so, for instance, if checking in my daughter to a flight on CX (where I have top-tier status) I would go to the F check-in desks, flash my Diamond card and check my daughter in there. Ditto for MH.
Member since 20 Dec 2011
Total posts 9
I have not had such problems.
In fact sometimes when travelling economy and lines are busy Ive been directed to check in at Business
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