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Old May 29, 19, 5:40 pm
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splicer100
 
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Originally Posted by CPH-Flyer View Post
There is no F lounge in ORD. Assuming your flight to Toronto is on Star Alliance, your lounge access will be based on class and status you have for the departing flight. If you are on a UA flight, that will be under the same rules as domestic US, so you would need a non UA *G status irrespective of class booked for any lounge access. if you are on AC I am not entirely sure. Either way, you will not have access to the Polaris Lounge.
This isn't totally correct. United business class to Canada does give United Club access. In this case it is irrelevant as OP is travelling AC. Everyone else is correct that ANA F does not grant lounge access in ORD if arriving. Your departing flight is what grants lounge access in this case.

"United Polaris is available on trans-Pacific or trans-Atlantic flights, and on flights from the U.S. to these South American destinations: Buenos Aires, Lima, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Santiago. All other international routes are United Business® and include use of the United Club: Guam, Canada, Mexico, Caribbean, Central America, Colombia and Ecuador."
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