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Domestic flight out of ORD T5, is access to either PP lounge allowed?

Domestic flight out of ORD T5, is access to either PP lounge allowed?

Old Jan 29, 19, 11:23 am
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Domestic flight out of ORD T5, is access to either PP lounge allowed?

I have a domestic flight out of ORD T5, and would like to use either PP lounge. Is this permitted, or must I have an international flight out?

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Old Jan 29, 19, 11:33 am
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Originally Posted by BuildingMyBento View Post
I have a domestic flight out of ORD T5, and would like to use either PP lounge. Is this permitted, or must I have an international flight out?
99% sure you can do it with a domestic BP but have not tried specifically at the two ORD PP lounges.
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Old Jan 29, 19, 12:09 pm
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Appreciate your reply...why wouldn't they give access (save for when the lounges are "at capacity?") As long as we have the PP, what's the diff? I know airlines have their own spin on this, but hopefully PP will offer a Positive experience.
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Old Jan 29, 19, 12:26 pm
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Doesn't matter whether you're flying domestically or internationally. Barring a capacity issue where they are turning away Priority Pass members, you should be able to access them just fine.
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Old Jan 30, 19, 8:03 am
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Appreciate everyone's replies!

(Come to think of it, would I not have just gone to the lounges and asked if I never posted this? Oh, Mondays'...)
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Originally Posted by BuildingMyBento View Post
I have a domestic flight out of ORD T5, and would like to use either PP lounge. Is this permitted, or must I have an international flight out?

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If the PP lounges at ORD T5 are open at the times when you are there and don't have capacity issues, they allow passengers in with Priority Pass in conjunction with a boarding pass -- and it need not be an international flight departing ORD.
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