• Isn't the difficulty in assessing the value of the Club Lounges exactly what you can't draw a straight line to on a financial report - business gained by enticing a CEO through a club membership.   With 4000 members or so about 500 of the membership are Federal MP's and Senators, and St...

  • I think the comparison between AccorPlus and InterConti’s Ambassador program is a bit off - AccorPlus is primarily a paid in advance dining discount (Sheraton used to have Sheraton Privilege and I think there were others), while Ambassador is a paid status level that is about hotel benefit...

  • Pretty sure all of the VIWP program is caught in section 4 of the signed executive order that requires the implementation of uniform screening programs for all visa programs (and is what caused the confusion in newsrooms about the VWP)

  • Just to clarify - the Executive Order is not in draft a it has been signed, and was implemented by The US Department of Homeland Security on signing (not in anticipation of it).  It has subsequently challenged by the ACLU in the US Federal Court with the effect that those holding existing an...

  • AA have told me that at this point that at DFW they will meet 5 Star guests travelling on QF after customs - which makes the service an expensive trip up an escalator and through the TSA security check then into the Admirals Club.

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  • Is there a reason Australian airlines have these weight limits (do they come from Government Regulation?). BA has a 23kg limit (which I reckon is based on an OH&S manual handling limit), AA and UA is basically whatever you can lift. Have always wondered why cabin baggage size and weight has ...

  • London Heathrow Airport

    Apr 24, 2017, 07:02 AM

    If your bags aren't checked through there is a Left Luggage service at every terminal at Heathrow - it cost 11 GBP for up to 24 hours - they are shopfronts rather than lockers.  If you google "Left Luggage Heathrow" you will find details.I would probably use the service in Terminal 3 rather ...

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