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Member since 06 May 2012
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Flying 1st on Emirates but on a QF booking... I'm just wondering if i fly in F on Emirates but part of a QF flight and using a QF flight number will i be entitled to use QF F lounge and also entitled to a spa treatment etc
Member since 24 Oct 2010
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Absolutely you will! :)
Member since 12 Jan 2013
Total posts 40
Enjoy !!! As a first ticket holder you get first crack !!!
Member since 23 Feb 2013
Total posts 46
Yes, you should be able to, as this is one of the main benefits of the Qantas-Emirates alliance. But you may want to double check and call up Qantas Frequent Flyer or Emirates Skywards.
Member since 05 Oct 2012
Total posts 5
No need to check - you'll certainly be fine to use the F lounge. Bear in mind, complimentary Spa treatment is only for 15-mins. Any longer and you will need to pay. Enjoy.
Great, thanks for the replies. I am looking forward to flying through Dubai to see what its like. I did LHR - MEL in F in january after a trip back home to Ireland. I wasnt overly impressed by the F lounge in LHR and at the time coming through Singapore had just the normal business lounge to use, hopefully the emireates lounge in dubai will be nice. Im one of those people that love nothing more than a glass of bubly and a view of the tarmac to keep me happy in a lounge.
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