Reply To: Taking a guest into BA lounges

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MartynSinclair
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The discussion is whether lounge access remains for premium cabin/high rollers or loyal passengers of which some only purchase economy.

Hence why T5 has 3 different status of lounge and T3 has 2.

I do not favour any lounge being overun with nannies and children, all I am suggesting is that it would be nice if I could occasionaly take my family into the lounge (that would mean 1 extra person above allowance).

A passenger’s loyalty is judged by the number of tier points as well as the number of sectors flown. I feel sufficiently loyal to BA (very sufficiently) to have proven my loyalty to the brand.

Thankfully, VK is not running the lounge or the airline and his voice is only one of many great contributors to this forum!

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