Old Mar 23, 14, 1:25 pm
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Joe1690
 
Join Date: Nov 2004
Location: Philadelphia
Programs: AA (Exec Plat), ANA (Plat), Club Carlson (Gld), Hilton (Diamond), IHG (Plat), SPG (Gld)
Posts: 436
Originally Posted by CVG_Kid View Post
Some guest access info from AA.com:

Citi Prestige Card holder 2 Guests or immediate family*

Citi Prestige Card holder must present a stand-by ticket or boarding pass (other than a non-revenue ticket or boarding pass for airline employee travel), showing an American, American Eagle Airlines, Inc., or an American Connection carrier flight number, valid for travel on such flight and departing within 12 hours of the Admirals Club visit (or, in the case of a visit at an arrival airport, with respect to such a flight that arrived no more than 12 hours prior to the visit.)
As you mention in your next post the Prestige card's weakness has been domestic lounges. However, as per the quote above adding Admiral Club access does not solve the domestic lounge access for those individuals who fly other airlines besides American. Even worse, this access is only being provided to flights on American, American Eagle Airlines Inc., and American Connection carrier flight number even though the new American includes USAirways flights and offers codeshares on USAirways flights. As such, if you fly on the USAirways side of the new American you do not receive any benefits until the two airlines become one.

While I am excited about the addition of Admiral's club access, I am disappointed that it doesn't include access regardless of airline flown or at least include USAirways operated flights.
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