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The oneworld Lounge Experience
Welcome to the oneworld airport lounge experience. As the alliance celebrates its landmark 25th anniversary year, oneworld has opened bright new lounges in Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) and Seoul-Incheon International Airport (ICN). These contemporary airport lounges provide oneworld customers with vibrant and calming space to recharge, relax, and dine before their flight.
600+ Airport Lounges To Enjoy
Relax with oneworld.
On all eligible flights, Emerald tier travellers enjoy exclusive access to First and Business Class airport lounges.
Sapphire tier travellers have access to Business Class lounges.
Those travelling in a First or Business Class cabin on any oneworld member airline may also receive lounge access.
Lounge Access Policy
To be eligible, you must be departing on a flight that is both marketed and operated by a oneworld member airline. Some lounges may get busy at peak times, and access to them may be restricted as a result. Eligible customers have access to lounges operated by a third party if contracted by the airline on which they are traveling. Arrivals lounges are excluded. Spa and Pre-Flight Dining facilities are excluded. British Airways' Concorde lounges are excluded. The general oneworld lounge access policy differs from the lounge access policy for oneworld connect. Visit the Fiji Airways member page for details. Other exceptions may apply (see below).
Enjoy exclusive access to premium airport lounges around the world with oneworld Emerald or Sapphire frequent flyer tier status. Members of oneworld airline frequent flyer programmes with the equivalent of oneworld Emerald or Sapphire tier status can use lounges offered by oneworld airlines when departing on any flight marketed and operated by any oneworld member airline, regardless of cabin class being flown (exceptions are noted below).
Emerald tier frequent flyers can use First Class, Business Class or frequent flyer lounges.
Sapphire tier frequent flyers are welcome in Business Class* or frequent flyer lounges. (*does not include Qantas Domestic Business Lounges)
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. You must be prepared to show your boarding pass and frequent flyer membership card, with oneworld Emerald or Sapphire tier status, to access a lounge. Access is available on the day of travel (or before 06:00am the following day), at the airport from which the oneworld flight on which the eligible customer is travelling departs.
Indulge yourself before departure in a wider range of airport lounges when you fly First Class or Business Class with any oneworld member airline, though exclusions apply. Customers flying First or Business Class have access to the equivalent class of lounge regardless of their frequent flyer status. First Class passengers may use a Business Class or frequent flyer lounge if a First Class lounge is not available. First Class passengers 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 airline. Access is available on the day of travel (or before 06:00am the following day), at the airport from which the oneworld flight on which the eligible customer is travelling departs.
Connecting between oneworld marketed and operated flights: First and Business Class customers connecting on the same day of travel, or before 06:00am the following day, can access the lounge when travelling between an international long haul (a oneworld international long haul flight is defined as an international flight marketed and operated by any oneworld carrier with a scheduled flight time longer than 5 hours) and an international short haul or domestic flight (and vice-versa).
Lounge access will be determined on the international long haul ticketed flight (either First of Business Class) regardless of the ticketed class of travel on the international short haul or domestic flight. You must be prepared to show your boarding pass or itinerary showing travel in First or Business class on the international long haul flight, in order to access the lounge before your international short haul or domestic flight.
Infants under 2 years will not be counted as a guest when travelling with an eligible adult customer. Children travelling as a unaccompanied minor (aged between 2 and 11 years) who are eligible for lounge access, must be accompanied by an adult who will be counted as their guest. Children travelling as a young passenger (YP aged between 12 and 17 years), who are eligible for lounge access do not require an accompanying adult (Note: Subject to local licensing laws; in Japan the ages are 12-19 years).
Lounge Access Exceptions
Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan MVP GOLD 100K, 75K, and MVP GOLD members may access oneworld lounges when travelling to somewhere outside of the U.S., Canada, or Mexico.
Additionally, Alaska Airlines customers on Alaska Airlines operated domestic flights, connecting to or from an international long-haul flight in a premium cabin on the same day, are eligible for oneworld lounge access before the domestic flight.
For more information, visit Alaska Airlines' website.
International North American Flights
American Airlines AAdvantage members, regardless of their tier status or class of travel, are not eligible for access to oneworld member airline lounge when travelling solely on North American flights between the U.S., Canada, Mexico (except Mexico City), the Bahamas, Bermuda and the Caribbean.
Limited Time Offer: Effective 1 April 2021, American Airlines First and Business Class customers, as well as American Airlines AAdvantage Executive Platinum, Platinum Pro and Platinum members will be eligible for lounge access to AA Admirals Clubs when travelling on an AA operated international flight. For more information, visit American Airlines’ website.
American Airlines AAdvantage members, regardless of their tier status or class of travel, are not eligible for lounge access when travelling solely on domestic U.S. flights (some exceptions apply). For more information, visit American Airlines' website.
Customers traveling in First or Business class, who do not hold oneworld Emerald or Sapphire status, are not eligible for lounge access when travelling on American Airlines domestic flights solely within U.S., between U.S. and Caribbean, between U.S. and Mexico (except Mexico City), or Canada, other than the exception listed below:
Customers traveling in First or Business class on select non-stop domestic U.S. transcontinental flights (JFK-LAX and JFK-SFO, and vice-versa) are eligible for lounge access.
Lounge access is not applicable for SriLankan Airlines' FlySmiLes Platinum and Gold members travelling in Economy class out of Male (MLE), Gan (GAN), Trivandrum (TRV), Tiruchirappalli (TRZ), Chennai (MAA), Madurai (IXM), Bangalore (BLR), Cochin (COK), Coimbatore (CJB) and Hyderabad (HYD) to Colombo (CMB) and vice versa on SriLankan Airlines-operated flights. It will also apply to SriLankan Airlines FlySmiLes Platinum and Gold members booked on an international itinerary arriving on a flight of less than 5 hours duration and connecting via CMB to and from any of the above-mentioned short haul sectors. This exception does not apply to other member Emerald and Sapphire customers.
British Airways' Concorde lounges are not included in the oneworld lounge access policy.
Qatar Airways' Al Safwa First and Al Mourjan Business lounges in Doha (DOH) and Qatar Airways' Premium Lounges are excluded. However, oneworld members holding First or Business Class tickets on Qatar Airways or other oneworld members are invited to use the lounges.
Qatar Airways “Business Lite” fares are not eligible for lounge access.
Finnair “Business Light” fares are not eligible for lounge access.
Eligible customers travelling on a oneworld connect journey involving Fiji Airways and a oneworld sponsor, either British Airways, Cathay Pacific or Qantas, will have access to a select number of global lounges. The general oneworld lounge access policy differs from the lounge access policy for oneworld connect. Visit the Fiji Airways member page for details.
Access to Lounge
1.1 The Handling Company shall have the right to refuse an Entitled Passenger or their guest (together referred to as “Guest”) entry to the Lounge for any statutory, regulatory or airport policy reasons including but not limited to health and safety policies or fire regulations.
2.1 The Guest shall ensure that they are, at all times, appropriately dressed and shall behave in an appropriate manner. The Handling Company reserves the right at its sole and absolute discretion to refuse entry or to remove any person whose behaviour or mode of dress is considered by the Handling Company to be unsuitable or is likely to offend other Guests.
2.2 Food and/or beverages must not be removed from the Lounge facilities and Guests will be asked to refrain from consuming food and/or beverages in the Lounge other than those provided in the Lounge.
2.3 A no smoking policy operates in the Lounge at all times.
3. Limitation on Liability
3.1 The Handling Company shall under no circumstances be liable for any indirect, special or consequential loss, including but not limited to loss of profit, loss of contract, loss of revenue or loss of business, howsoever arising whether in contract, tort (including negligence) or statutory duty or otherwise.
3.2 The aggregate liability of the Handling Company (whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty or otherwise) to a Guest for any loss or damage of whatsoever nature and howsoever caused shall be limited to, and in no circumstances shall exceed, the charges paid by the Guest for use of the Lounge facilities.
3.4 The Handling Company shall under no circumstances be liable for any Guest failing to board their flight and neither the Handling Company nor any third party lounge provider with whom the Handling Company has entered into an arrangement for the provision of Lounge facilities has any obligation to make flight announcements.
3.5 The Handling Company shall under no circumstances be liable or responsible for the personal belongings of any Guest, and Guests shall take personal belongings into the Lounge solely at their own risk.
3.6 All information, recommendations and advice given by or on behalf of the Handling Company to a Guest regarding airport services or flight details are given without liability on the part of the Handling Company.
3.7 The Guest shall fully indemnify and compensate the Handling Company, its employees, sub-contractors and agents in respect of all actions, suits, claims, demands, costs, charges or expenses arising (whether asserted by the Guest or a third party) out of or in connection with the provision of the Lounge services which:
(a) are in excess of the Handling Company's liability set out in clause 3.2 above; and
(b) are caused directly or indirectly through the act or omission, wilful misconduct or negligence of the Guest.
4. Force Majeure
4.1 The Handling Company shall not be liable to the Guest for any loss or damage caused to or suffered by the Guest as a direct or indirect result of the provision of the Lounge services by or on behalf of the Handling Company being prevented, restricted, hindered or delayed by reason of any circumstances outside the control of the Handling Company.