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Old Aug 18, 08, 9:51 pm
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ESpen36
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Originally Posted by inar View Post
I just booked a first class awards ticket using my Alaska Airlines mileage points and the majority of my flights are operated by American Airlines. I am booked from YVR-LAX-MIA (using Class A and Z) and returning MIA-DFW-YVR (using classs Z and U). During any part of my travel, do I have complimentary access to the Admiral's Club lounges? If so, at which airports? Thanks in advance!!!

IF your LAX-MIA segment is truly booked in Z inventory, then YES, as follows:

- On the same day as your LAX-MIA segment, you will have access to the Admirals Club at LAX
- If your LAX-MIA segment is sold with 3 classes of service (and therefore operated with the 772), then you also will be able to use the Flagship/First Class lounge
- You also will have access to the Admirals Clubs upon arrival at MIA


You will not have any other complimentary Admirals Club access unless you happen to be a paid AC member, a QP member, an AMEX Platinum cardholder, OR if you have OW Sapphire/Emerald status on an airline other than AA.

Go here for more details:
http://www.aa.com/aa/i18nForward.do?...ntalPassengers
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