With Virgin Australia boasting an array of partner airlines, each with its own frequent flyer scheme and status-based privileges, it can be confusing trying to determine exactly who is eligible to use Virgin's growing network of Australian lounges.
With the assistance of Virgin Australia, we've pulled together the official Virgin lounge doorlist. If you're on it, you're in!
Lounge access for Virgin Australia travellers
Virgin Australia business class passengers: well, that goes without saying, although travellers in the pointy end have no guest privileges on their own.
Virgin Australia lounge members: if you're a paid-up member of Virgin's lounge program, both you and a guest are eligible for lounge entry.
Virgin Australia Velocity frequent flyers: Platinum-grade members can bring three guests and Gold-level passengers one guest, and these guests don't need to be flying.
Another less-known lounge perk for Velocity Platinums and Golds: you also get 'on arrival access' to use the Virgin Australia lounge at the other end of your flight.
That's handy if you want to quickly freshen up, grab a cuppa or a bite to eat or check your email before heading to your hotel, the office or home.
Lounge access for Virgin Australia partner airlines
Air Berlin: Topbonus Gold and Platinum members, plus one guest
Air New Zealand: Koru Club and Gold, plus one guest; Gold Elite members, plus five guests (subject to space)
Delta SkyMiles: Gold, Platinum and Diamond Medallion members, plus one guest
Etihad Guest: Gold and Gold Elite, plus one guest
Singapore Airlines: KrisFlyer Elite Gold, PPS Club and Solitaire PPS Club members, all plus one guest
Virgin America: Elevate Gold members, plus one guest
Virgin Atlantic: Flying Club Gold members, plus one guest
Don't fit into any of the above categories? Virgin Australia also sells one-off lounge access for $65 at the door, while 10,000 Velocity Frequent Flyer points can buy you a lounge pass online for up to six months in advance.
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