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conair346
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I would not be in favour of the family passes. I understand the wanting some flexibility on the guest allowance, and see that someone might bring a guest in every time and others have a comfy seat with a coffee. But how about all the other users of the lounges. Your kids might be well behaved, they may be cultured, but half the reason I only book business is I dont want kids around. The lounges offer a great sanctuary. I know Star allow under 18’s as an accompaniment, but not a fully fledged family outing.

I just dont like kids. Fair enough 22 is too young to have any, but its bad enough when 16 year olds think they know everything then run around the lounge yelling ‘Daddy look at this’ at the wine chillers in the BA T3 lounge.

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