Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 16 Nov 2017
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Member since 06 Dec 2018
Total posts 24
Your questions probably could be solved if you did some research.
Member since 12 Jun 2014
Total posts 14
Q1 - Yes
Including If I flew MEL-LAX-BOS can I use admirals club before the domestic AA leg if I book on the QF website?
Booked on the QF website is irrelevant to the flight being operated and marketed by a OW carrier. You can access the admirals club at LAX, and the return leg in BOS.
Member since 02 Jul 2011
Total posts 835
And more importantly Qantas Gold (oneworld Sapphire) can use the AA Flagship lounges (in select main airports) rather than the Admirals Lounge
Member since 20 May 2013
Total posts 22
If you're OW Sapphire/QF Gold flying AA you'll have access to the Flagship Lounge at LAX instead of the Admirals Club, so you'll get to use a better lounge!
Member since 13 May 2018
Total posts 4
Person in question (not me) thinks all of you are wrong. I do thank you all for your time :D
If person in question is an American they would be correct as far as AAs program goes, where AA elites do not get lounge access on domestic AA itins unless they also pay for Admirals Club, but this doesn't apply to all other oneworld elites
Nope this person is from AUS!
Member since 19 Apr 2012
Total posts 481
Perhaps you should not disavow them so they don’t clog up the lounges elsewhere. I was gold and now platinum and never had an issue with a oneworld member on domestic flights (in the US and UK) regardless of links to international flights.
Welcome to the world of Gold :D
Member since 13 Feb 2015
Total posts 34
basically that person knows jack. gold/Sapphire trumps club
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