Lounge access if transiting F to J?

Old Aug 27, 17, 5:43 am
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Question Lounge access if transiting F to J?

I might be flying on an award ticket next year, JFK-AUH in F and then AUH-DUB in J. I know this has been asked and answered before here, but somehow can't find the right thread after searching. Would I have access to the F lounge while in transit in AUH?

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Old Aug 27, 17, 5:44 am
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No unless ticketed in F on the onward flight but it is operated by a 2-class
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Old Aug 27, 17, 5:59 am
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Ok. Thanks for the quick reply and info.
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Old Aug 29, 17, 12:49 am
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Originally Posted by skywardhunter View Post
No unless ticketed in F on the onward flight but it is operated by a 2-class
I thought that was only a requirement for EK?

The only requirement on EY which I am personally aware of is that the onward flight must be a 2-class flight, and you are in J.
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Old Aug 31, 17, 6:19 am
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And keep in mind that F lounge access when continuing in J isn't allowed after a stopover. You're originating in AUH. The premium lounge in Terminal 3 is by gate 35... decent but nothing special.
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Originally Posted by skywardhunter View Post
No unless ticketed in F on the onward flight but it is operated by a 2-class
But if traveling JFK-AUH in F and then making the same-day connection to CMB in J on the 2-class A320--- you'd get the First Class Lounge, correct?
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Old Mar 6, 18, 2:48 pm
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Originally Posted by DrivingRain View Post
But if traveling JFK-AUH in F and then making the same-day connection to CMB in J on the 2-class A320--- you'd get the First Class Lounge, correct?
As I explained, if you're ticketed in F on the onward flight, which doesn't have F. I.e. you're sitting in a J cabin but your fare basis is an F fare basis.
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Old Mar 6, 18, 10:15 pm
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Originally Posted by skywardhunter View Post
As I explained, if you're ticketed in F on the onward flight, which doesn't have F. I.e. you're sitting in a J cabin but your fare basis is an F fare basis.
Yep, just double-checking. Thx.
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Old Nov 9, 18, 12:35 pm
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Hi everyone, I have a booking on LH stock from AUH to FRA in EY J and from FRA to GRU in LH F. Would I get access to the F lounge in AUH?
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Hi everyone, I have a booking on LH stock from AUH to FRA in EY J and from FRA to GRU in LH F. Would I get access to the F lounge in AUH?
No
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