ambassador club entry

 
Old Sep 30, 01, 4:31 pm
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ambassador club entry

do all first class passengers get access to the ambassador clubs? even if you upgrade? I am thinking of taking an earlier flight wednesday incase of any dealys, but if I don't get delayed I'll have a bunch of time..thanks!
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Old Sep 30, 01, 8:18 pm
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Only paid F class, Platnium FF, and Ambassador/Admiral's club members have access.
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Old Oct 1, 01, 6:09 am
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Thanks, I figured it would be so, but I thought it'd be worth a shot!
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Old Oct 2, 01, 5:39 am
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Please note that upgraded full fare Y passengers are also admitted.
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Old Oct 4, 01, 9:35 pm
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How about in my situation, upgrade from a discount Q coach fare to F, and being a AA Platinum?

And, never having been in TWA F before, what can I expect? (SJC/STL/BOS on MD80)
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Old Oct 5, 01, 10:17 am
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Siliconengineer:
No entry to the AC unless you have an Adm. Club card on that fare. Too bad, since the AC in STL is rather nice.

Service on the SJC-STL-BOS flight.

Depends on the crew. Most are pretty professional and consciencous. For example, drinks are freshened quite frequently.

No audio, no video, so bring a book http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/smile.gif or a DVD player if you really need to be amused.

Okay food. I think that the signature bean or coleslaw salad is present in all flight kitchens. I think I saw my February coleslaw reappear last month STL-SEA http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/smile.gif. From STL-BOS, you may get a freshly baked cookie. The standard dessert at lunch out of seattle is an ice cream scoop (different flavors) covered in chocolate.

Great leg room and good service and hopefully an on-time arrival.

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Old Oct 5, 01, 1:34 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by lalala:
From STL-BOS, you may get a freshly baked cookie. The standard dessert at lunch out of seattle is an ice cream scoop (different flavors) covered in chocolate.

lala</font>
Ah, the eternal ice cream scoop, hard as the Hope Diamond. Bring your ice pic along to help dissect that puppy!! It's been too long since my last SEA flight, I really need to get out there again.
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