|Quoting BigGSFO (Reply 5):|
Why HNL? I am sure it is not an inexpensive place to operate a club.
|Quoting LorM (Reply 6):|
Gate 26 is a decent walk from the mid-terminal AA depature gates of 17-19.
|Quoting Luv2fly (Reply 11):|
The Detroit Club had been there for years. Also DTW and CLE had a healthy amount of flights that AA offered at one time.
|Quoting Wunala (Reply 15):|
Don't AA ff's have access to Qantas Club's anyway?
|Quoting Commavia (Reply 13):|
Plus, walkin between the Ewa Concourse and the Central Concourse, where AA's flights are, means you get to walk outside and enjoy the incredible smell unique to Hawaii: a mix of jet fuel and hibiscus flowers! (I love the smell of both. )
|Quoting Commavia (Reply 16):|
. So, up to this point, AA Gold/Plat/ExecPlat pax travelling out of HNL on AA could use the QF Club, but AA AC members could not
|Quoting KKMolokai (Reply 18):|
The location of this Qantas/New Admirals Club is by no means convenient for those traveling out on AA, as it is in a completely different terminal, and as mentioned before, approximately a 10-15 minute walk away.
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