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Your layover is normal, it is well above the minimum connect time of one hour. There is no immigration control for international-to-international passengers (except those going to Ireland). (But you will pass through a security check.) You will not need to collect your luggage, it will be checked through to San Jose. BA will reroute you to San Jose if you ...


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To add to JoErNanO's answer which is spot on in general, in this case you will probably have Business Class lounge access on the basis of your departing domestic flight, so long as it's all been booked on a single ticket. (There are no departures from Heathrow before 6am, so you'll not be able to get access to the Concorde Room on the grounds that you've ...


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The lounge access depends on what time your connecting flight leaves. My understanding is that you'll be allowed access to Business/First Class lounges if and only if the connecting flight leaves on the same day or before 6am the following day. Quoting from the One World webpage on lounges terms and conditions (emphasis mine): oneworld lounge access for ...


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The boarding system will also beep and flash red if there is a problem with the boarding pass, or if it was unable to verify the information on the ticket. Although this might not have been what occurred with your pass, the gate agent may have incorrectly concluded that something was wrong, and decided to check you in manually (or at least, verify that you ...


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i found a way that seems very reliable and is entirely online, for bookings made by AA: First, have tripcase (owned by Sabre) link to the AA-created itinerary: Go to tripcase.com (you might need to create an account and log in) Click Create New Trip Enter a name for the trip in the pop-up box and click Create Click Link a Booking (on the upper right) ...


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Yes, it is correct. Airline partnership arrangements include this restriction as a matter of course. The point is to achieve reciprocity; allowing people to double collect (or more) would alter the economics of frequent flyer rewards, fundamentally changing their value.



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