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Old Oct 14, 02, 1:25 am   #1
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Lounges

I am looking for a directory of Qualiflyer Lounges. Is there any information online? Swiss.com only lists lounges in Switzerland. Thanx.
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Old Oct 14, 02, 2:35 am   #2
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Well that's about all thats left of Qualiflyer!!
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Old Oct 14, 02, 3:27 am   #3
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hfly, I cannot believe that Swiss does not maintain lounges at major european airports like LHR, FRA, CDG, MAD, MUC ...
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Old Oct 14, 02, 4:02 am   #4
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If you are at least a TCQM you can login at https://www.qualiflyer.com/travelclub and go for travelclub benefits and here you find a link to lounges. This kind of overview page brings you to locations.
 
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if you are TC or TCG you can have access to the online lounge directory on the qualiflyer website

there are Qualiflyer lounges in the locations you mention..
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Old Oct 14, 02, 4:25 am   #6
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swiss printed Timetable (march-31 to oct-26 2002) lists the Lounges (and access availability) in the seciton 'City and airport', pages 315ff. Enjoy!
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Old Oct 16, 02, 12:15 am   #7
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Thank you all, beepee, patron and rudi, for your help.

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Old Oct 23, 02, 1:34 am   #8
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If you are a regular qualiflyer member travelling in business, you will usually get a lounge voucher at the check in on your request, even if there is no qualiflyer lounge.
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Are Travelclub members allowed to bring their mother into the lounge with them (same surname)? Zürich TC lounge is not known for its friendliness.
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Old Oct 24, 02, 10:45 pm   #10
 
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by Concerto:
Are Travelclub members allowed to bring their mother into the lounge with them (same surname)? Zürich TC lounge is not known for its friendliness.</font>
Yes, I think you should be able to, according to the new Swiss Winter timetable: " you can bring one life partner or spouse in the lounge if you travel on a Swiss Flight". So you can consider your mother as a "life partner".

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I will try this very thing in mid-November. And in fact, my mother IS my "life partner", so it'll hopefully work.

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Does that mean that I can take my cat?

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Old Oct 25, 02, 7:42 am   #13
 
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by kooks:
Yes, I think you should be able to, according to the new Swiss Winter timetable: " you can bring one life partner or spouse in the lounge if you travel on a Swiss Flight". So you can consider your mother as a "life partner".

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Thanks to all for your replies....


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