Perth Lounge access

Old Sep 19, 15, 7:44 am
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Perth Lounge access

Hi,
I am BA silver which I believe is One World Sapphire.
We will be flying Perth to Sydney with on QF582 in Y .
Do I have any access to a Qantas lounge and if so can I guest my husband?

Thanks for any help
Sarah
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Old Sep 19, 15, 7:51 am
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AIUI, yes: to the Qantas Club by virtue of your BA Silver, and you will be able to guest your husband. Details here: http://www.qantas.com.au/travel/airl...club/global/en
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Old Sep 19, 15, 7:58 am
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AIUI, yes: to the Qantas Club by virtue of your BA Silver, and you will be able to guest your husband. Details here: http://www.qantas.com.au/travel/airl...club/global/en
I had already read that page and was not sure if it meant I had to be flying business class.
Thanks for putting my mind at rest.
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Old Sep 19, 15, 8:24 am
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Yes but the access will only be to the Qantas Club, not the brand new Business Lounge
You can bring one guest in with you, provided that guest is also flying a Oneworld flight that day
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Old Sep 19, 15, 8:40 pm
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Originally Posted by pandaperth View Post
Yes but the access will only be to the Qantas Club, not the brand new Business Lounge
You can bring one guest in with you, provided that guest is also flying a Oneworld flight that day
Nope. Your one guest does not need to be travelling. Only you (as the status holder) need to be.
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Old Sep 19, 15, 9:13 pm
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Nope. Your one guest does not need to be travelling. Only you (as the status holder) need to be.
Not according to the OneWorld lounge access rules - Emerald and Sapphire members may invite one guest to join them in the lounge. The guest must also be travelling on a flight operated and marketed by a oneworld carrier.

This is different to the rules for Qantas Club members i( which Qanats Gold/Platinum members are) nviting guests into a Qantas lounge where Qantas's rules apply

Cannot find ( though may have missed it ) a page which states that a guest need not be travelling when accessing using non QF OW status
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Old Sep 19, 15, 9:37 pm
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Cannot find ( though may have missed it ) a page which states that a guest need not be travelling when accessing using non QF OW status
It is spelt out clearly and unambiguously in the QF page referenced above. Scroll down to the "Eligible oneworld Status" section.

Sapphire

Next onward flight that day must be on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

One guest allowed and does not need to be travelling.
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Old Sep 19, 15, 10:14 pm
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I was trying to find that page but wasnt coming up in search engine. Indeed, QF does seem to have more generous access than the OW rules
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Old Sep 19, 15, 11:27 pm
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Indeed, QF does seem to have more generous access than the OW rules
It does indeed.
I stand corrected.
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Old Dec 27, 18, 7:32 am
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No champagne at QF Perth lounge? Just some sweet sparkling nonsense...is this the norm?
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Old Dec 27, 18, 7:48 am
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No champagne at QF Perth lounge? Just some sweet sparkling nonsense...is this the norm?
Grant Burge 'nonsense' is the norm.
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Old Dec 27, 18, 7:58 am
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Grant Burge 'nonsense' is the norm.
Yuck!!
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Old Dec 27, 18, 6:31 pm
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I am not sure of any QF Domestic lounge that has champagne, apart from special occasions.
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Old Dec 27, 18, 9:35 pm
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It is also served on the PER to East Coast AU flights.

I expected better since PER to SYD/MEL J cost about 2x SYD/MEL to NZ J flights where champagne is served, though usually not very good, I prefer that to Grant Burge.
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