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Priority Pass same day travel?

Old Jul 12, 19, 5:06 pm
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Priority Pass same day travel?

You can generally check in online and obtain a boarding pass with your airline 24 hours before your scheduled departure. So does Priority Pass consider same day travel to be this rolling 24 hours, or is the calendar day? If the latter, what happens when your flight leaves before the lounge opens? I have JFK in mind.
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Old Jul 13, 19, 1:43 am
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What time is your flight at jfk?
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Old Jul 13, 19, 2:20 am
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Never been turned away as long had a BP. I think rule is more to ensure you can get to lounge. Ie past security/immigration
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Old Jul 13, 19, 3:57 am
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Originally Posted by vanillabean View Post
You can generally check in online and obtain a boarding pass with your airline 24 hours before your scheduled departure. So does Priority Pass consider same day travel to be this rolling 24 hours, or is the calendar day? If the latter, what happens when your flight leaves before the lounge opens? I have JFK in mind.
Boarding pass issue not relevant for lounge entry.
Check opening hours at JFK on PP app - et voila!
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Old Jul 17, 19, 10:59 am
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Originally Posted by flyerCO View Post
Never been turned away as long had a BP. I think rule is more to ensure you can get to lounge. Ie past security/immigration
I think the rule is because PP (or their clients) does not want to pay for access for someone that isn't traveling.
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Old Jul 17, 19, 11:02 am
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Originally Posted by Gig103 View Post
I think the rule is because PP (or their clients) does not want to pay for access for someone that isn't traveling.
Exactly. You don't want airport employees to treat PP like a free daily happy hour (or grocery run) or the same for people living/working near a landside lounge.
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