Eligibility and Access
New! Qantas Club Members and Eligible Skywards members as well as customers in First and Business cabins will have access to Emirates and Qantas Lounges.
For First and Business customers, this includes access to Emirates' First Class and Business Class Lounges in Dubai Terminal 3 including new lounges in Concourse A and Qantas' award-winning First Lounges in Sydney and Melbourne, as well as Qantas and Emirates Lounges in Australia, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
Qantas Club members will continue to have access to Qantas operated International Business Lounges and will be welcomed at the Emirates Business lounge in Dubai when their next onward flight that day is with Qantas or Emirates.
When travelling from London, Qantas Club members will have access to the American Airlines Admirals lounge at London Heathrow when the next onward flight that day is with Qantas or Emirates.
Qantas Club members have access to all Qantas owned and operated lounges* within Australia and overseas. When you arrive at a lounge, show your Qantas Club card along with your ticket and/or boarding pass.
Access to Partner airline lounges
Qantas Club Members are welcome at the Emirates Business Lounge in Dubai when their next onwards flight that day is with Qantas or Emirates.
When travelling from London, Qantas Club Members will have access to the American Airlines Admirals Lounge at London Heathrow when their next onwards flight that day is with Qantas or Emirates between Australia, Dubai and London.
In addition to Qantas Club lounges, you can relax in American Airlines® Admirals Club lounges in other locations. For applicable lounge locations please visit www.aa.com.
Access to Associated lounges
You will be welcome at associated lounges in most international ports that Qantas flies to but where it does not operate its own lounge or partner airline lounge. Our associated lounges are operated by, or on behalf of, other airlines.
Access for Jetstar passengers
Qantas Club members travelling with Jetstar* are welcome in any Qantas Club lounge. Simply show your boarding pass and Qantas Club card, or Platinum or Gold Qantas Frequent Flyer card, at the lounge reception. You may also invite one guest who need not be travelling. Lounge check-in is available in most Qantas Clubs for flights departing from domestic terminals. If you are travelling without luggage you can check in for your Jetstar* flight in most Qantas Club lounges. When you fly Jetstar,* you won't be able to access partner, associated^ or oneworld airline lounges.
Other Qantas Club privileges do not apply when travelling on Jetstar.*
Note: Lounge check-in for Jetstar is 40 minutes before departure. If you arrive within 40 minutes of scheduled departure, go directly to the Jetstar check-in counter. You need to check-in for Jetstar flights at least 30 minutes before scheduled departure otherwise your ticket will be forfeited. No refund or free transfer is available. You will be required to book and pay for a new ticket if you wish to travel.
^ Christchurch Associated lounge access is a stand alone agreement between Qantas and Jetstar. Associated lounge access in other ports is subject to standard Associated lounges conditions of entry.
Qantas Lounges welcome you when travelling together with your family. In addition to your normal guest allowance you may also bring up to two children, between ages 4 and 17, into lounges operated by Qantas. Children aged 3 years or under are not counted as guests for the purpose of determining the number of guests of the member. If you are travelling with more than two children, the Qantas lounge manager will try to accommodate them, subject to reviewing the space available in the lounge.
- Children of Qantas Club members aged 18 years and over are counted as a guest of a member if they don't have their own membership.
- The service of alcohol to anyone under the age of 18 years (21 years for USA) is not permitted.
- Children under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by an adult when visiting any lounge, except in the United States of America, where all persons under the age of 21 years must be accompanied by a person aged 21 years or older.
BA and oneworld lounges
When entering a British Airways or oneworld lounge, children over 2 years of age are counted as a guest and access is limited accordingly. This is with the exception of the oneworld Los Angeles Tom Bradley Lounge where Qantas Club members may be accompanied by two children up to 18 years of age in addition to their counted guests.
Associated lounges are in ports that Qantas flies to but where it does not operate its own lounge. Our associated lounges are operated by, or on behalf of, other airlines and the child policy varies according to the lounge policy of the particular lounge.
Child Access Guide
|Child Age||Number of Children|
|Qantas owned and operated lounge||4 to 17 years||2|
|American Airlines owned lounge||Under 18 years||1 (within North America) |
2 (outside of North America)
|British Airways owned lounge||Under 2 years||1 (over 2 years will be counted as the member's guest)|
|oneworld lounge||Under 2 years**||1 (over 2 years will be counted as the member's guest)|
**Except for the oneworld lounge at Tom Bradley International Terminal, where Qantas members are allowed two children up to 18 years of age.