Member since 01 Aug 2012
Total posts 10
I am flying out of Delhi shortly, which I have done several
times before, in business class as Qantas Platinum. I am flying on Jet Airways with a QF
flight number, assuming the Emirates lounge is open, would I have access to that
lounge? The other lounges that Jet Airways uses arenât very good and can only
assume that the Emirates lounge is considerably better (although that may not be the
case). Much appreciated TB
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 13 Jul 2012
Total posts 154
Most likely not.
You are flying Jet Airways and will have a Jet Airways boarding pass.
Unless somehow EK admits Jet passengers to it's lounge (and it doesn't appear to) you will not have access to it.
I don't think your codeshare ticket will matter at all here.
Member since 24 Apr 2012
Total posts 1,118
Emirates' lounge rules require passengers be booked on either a QF or EK flight number, on a Qantas- or Emirates-operated flight, so a QF flight number on a Jet Airways flight doesn't qualify.
Thanks for that, appreciate the responses.
Member since 09 May 2013
Total posts 426
Lounges in india are super basic, even if you get one, the excitement will die away quickly. As an indian who travels to india quite a bit, the idea of lounge is to get a decent drink (beer or spirits, won't get any great wines) or a decent meal (indian). Internet is normally slow and lounges are crowded.
Member since 15 Sep 2016
Total posts 43
Agree with all, the lounges are terrible. I usually delay going to the airport until as late as possible.
Member since 22 Feb 2018
Total posts 8
There is an Irish pub in Delhi airport that’s not awful. I’d just use that...
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