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Is this doable? CW and Economy on same flight?

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  • HFPCar

    Hi looking at getting a BA Premium plus CC to take advantage of 2 for 1 to use it for a club world ticket to the US,
    also is it doable to pay for normal economy tickets on the same flight for my children 22 and 17?

    ChrisC

    yes but it would have to be a separate booking.

    HFPCar

    Thanks ChrisC all i need to do when the time comes it to sort out lounge access nearby so they dont feel too left out whilst we enjoy CW lounge

    ChrisC

    In the old days you could leave them on the step with a bottle of pop and a packet of crisps …

    HFPCar

    In the old days you could leave them on the step with a bottle of pop and a packet of crisps …

    LOL

    ZoeB

    Travelling home from Newark a few years ago we had 3 of us in Club and my daughter (who decided late on to travel with us) in economy. I popped in and out of the lounge a few times and told the door lady I was taking my daughter a book. She told me to bring her in, which I really appreciated.

    Rob
    HfP Staff

    You can take the kids into the lounge. Each business class ticket holder can bring in a guest on the same flight in a different cabin, I think.

    Mirp

    Of course. I have booked a minor child economy and travelled first. BA linked the bookings and child’s boarding pass had the responsible adult’s seat ticket noted on it. Child visited us in first for dessert.

    Tracey

    Of course. I have booked a minor child economy and travelled first. BA linked the bookings and child’s boarding pass had the responsible adult’s seat ticket noted on it. Child visited us in first for dessert.

    I though unaccompanied minors had to be travelling in the same class as the responsible adult.

    ChrisC

    You can take the kids into the lounge. Each business class ticket holder can bring in a guest on the same flight in a different cabin, I think.

    No guests based purely on a CW ticket.

    If OP has sufficient status then yes.


    @mirp
    the OPs “kids” are 22 and 17 and hardly minors!

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