FAQ No.1: Aer Lingus Lounges

Old Apr 29, 20, 2:12 pm
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So EI doesnít have J on inter-Europe flights? I redeemed AS for J from SEA-DUB-MUC. The layover is 3 hours so I get to use the lounge right?
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Old Apr 30, 20, 1:45 am
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You have lounge access on transfer in Dublin

Depending on how AS made the booking you may get the European domestic J experience between DUB and MUC empty seat next to you, free food, row 1.
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Old Apr 30, 20, 8:35 am
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Originally Posted by ROKNA View Post
You have lounge access on transfer in Dublin

Depending on how AS made the booking you may get the European domestic J experience between DUB and MUC empty seat next to you, free food, row 1.
No itís a split cabin itinerary. To Dublin in J. To MUC in Y.
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Old May 1, 20, 12:19 am
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Lounge access is valid if any leg includes J with EI

It will always show as Y to MUC (its not marketed as J to avoid corporate expense policy issues), if it was sold via EI you would get the fake J experience subject to a seat being available

That said SEA-DUB is unlikely to fly anytime soon, DUB-MUC however would be likely to resume at some level once things return to some degree of normality
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