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Old 16th December 2006, 01:41 PM   #1
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Default Directory of SQ Operated/Contract Lounges

Here is the list of lounges run by SQ worldwide:

Silver Kris Lounges
Asia
Hong KongKuala Lumpur
Manila
Osaka-Kansai
PenangSeoul-IncheonShanghai
SingaporeTaipei
Australia and the South Pacific
Adelaide
Brisbane
Melbourne
Perth
Sydney
Europe
AmsterdamLondon

North America
San Francisco

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Old 16th December 2006, 01:42 PM   #2
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Here is the list of contract lounges run worldwide on behalf of SQ:

Contract Lounges
Asia
Bandar Seri Begawan
  • Sky Lounge
Bangkok
  • Thai Airways Royal Orchid Lounges
Beijing
  • Beijing Aviation Ground Services (BGS) Lounge
DenpasarFukuoka
  • ANA Lounge
Guangzhou
  • China Southern Lounge
  • EZ Boarding Lounge
Hanoi
  • Northern Airport Authorities Lounge
Ho Chi Minh City
  • Southern Apt Svcs Company (SASCO) Lounge
Hong KongJakartaNagoya
  • Star Alliance Lounge
Nanjing
  • Nanjing Lukou International Airport Lounge
Tokyo-Narita
Australia and the South Pacific
AucklandChristchurch
  • Air New Zealand International Lounge

Europe
Athens
  • Olympic Airways Aristotelis Onassis Lounge
Barcelona
  • Salvador Dali Lounge
Copenhagen
  • SAS Scandinavian Business and Gold Lounge
Frankfurt
  • Lufthansa Lounges
  • United Red Carpet Club (for SQ26)
London-Gatwick^
  • Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse*
London-HeathrowManchester
  • Servisair Lounge
MilanMoscow-Domodedovo
  • International Business Lounge
Paris-Charles de Gaulle
  • bmi Diamond Club Lounge
Rome
India and South Asia
Ahmedabad - no lounge facilities
Amritsar - no lounge facilities
Bangalore - no lounge facilities
Chennai
  • Clipper Lounge
  • Maharajah Lounge
  • Royal Lounge
ColomboDhaka
  • Balaka Sheraton Lounge
Hyderabad
  • Port Lounge
Karachi
  • CIP Lounge
Kolkata
  • The Clipper Lounge (Oberoi Airport Services)
Lahore
  • Civil Aviation Authority Lounge
Male
  • Finifenmaa Lounge
Mumbai
  • Oberoi Clipper Lounge
  • Celebrations Lounge
New Delhi
  • ITDC Ashok Lounge
  • ITC Maurya Sheraton Lounge
  • Oberoi Clipper Lounge

The Middle East and Africa
Abu Dhabi
  • Al Ghazal Lounge
Cairo
  • Egyptian Aviation Services (EAS) Lounge
  • Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Lounge
Cape Town
  • British Airways Lounge
Dubai
  • Marhaba Lounge
  • Star Alliance Lounge
Istanbul
  • Is Bankasi Millenium Lounge
Jeddah
  • Oasis Lounge
Johannesburg
  • South African Baobab Lounge
  • Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse*


North America
Los AngelesNew York-KennedyNew York-Newark
  • SAS Business Class Lounge
  • Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse*
San FranciscoVancouver
  • Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge
Washington-Dulles^
  • Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse*

* Only accessible for SQ PPS Club and KrisFlyer Elite Gold members when flying on SQ or VS. Opening times may vary.
^ Singapore Airlines does not fly to this location.

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Old 15th March 2007, 06:28 AM   #3
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I just called SQ at JFK and this is what they told me:

F, PPS and KrisFlyer Elite Gold pax can use the Virgin Clubhouse.
C and *G pax (formerly using Swiss Lounge which is now closed) are now issued invitations to the KLM "Oasis" lounge. From nwa.com, this lounge location is East wing of Terminal 4 (4E), 4th floor.
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Old 15th March 2007, 06:57 AM   #4
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Savage25, you're a star for confirming that. Thanks!
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Old 15th March 2007, 08:47 AM   #5
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It's good to know that EG can use VS CH. It is a great lounge. And SQ values more being EG than paid C pax.
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Old 27th April 2007, 09:56 PM   #6
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Here is the list of contract lounges run worldwide on behalf of SQ:
North America
New York-Newark
  • SAS Business Class Lounge
  • Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse*

* Only accessible for SQ PPS Club and KrisFlyer Elite Gold members when flying on SQ or VS. Opening times may vary.
Do PPS passengers flying on SQ really have access to VSCH at EWR? According to SQ's website and the PPS handbook, access is allowed at JFK, but no mention of EWR. Is SAS lounge our only option? (I'll have 4 hrs at EWR before my SQ21 flight, so it'll be nice to lounge hop from VSCH to SAS.)
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Do PPS passengers flying on SQ really have access to VSCH at EWR? According to SQ's website and the PPS handbook, access is allowed at JFK, but no mention of EWR. Is SAS lounge our only option? (I'll have 4 hrs at EWR before my SQ21 flight, so it'll be nice to lounge hop from VSCH to SAS.)
Yes. I've had access to the EWR Clubhouse even as an Elite Gold even though it never mentioned in the KrisFlyer Elite handbook. Accessed it before checkin opened too, just by showing my card and printout of my eticket. The Clubhouse is before security and a much better place to pass the time than the SAS lounge or the SEN lounge which are after security. It does get crowded till the VS flights leave about 8pm though.
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Yes. I've had access to the EWR Clubhouse even as an Elite Gold even though it never mentioned in the KrisFlyer Elite handbook. Accessed it before checkin opened too, just by showing my card and printout of my eticket. The Clubhouse is before security and a much better place to pass the time than the SAS lounge or the SEN lounge which are after security. It does get crowded till the VS flights leave about 8pm though.
Thanks for the info. May I ask when you last had access to VSCH at EWR? I did a search on flyertalk and was getting conflicting information dating back to 2004 & 2005. In 2004, it seemed VSCH was OK. In 2005, it was only for TPP or SQ F passengers (though of course there's no F for SQ out of EWR). It's a bit confusing...
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Yes. I've had access to the EWR Clubhouse even as an Elite Gold even though it never mentioned in the KrisFlyer Elite handbook. Accessed it before checkin opened too, just by showing my card and printout of my eticket. The Clubhouse is before security and a much better place to pass the time than the SAS lounge or the SEN lounge which are after security. It does get crowded till the VS flights leave about 8pm though.
Was this over a year ago? I just called SQ at EWR, and the staff told me VSCH has not allowed access to SQ (PPS or EG) passengers for the past year because it's too small. He said the only option in terminal B is SK lounge inside security. Not the answer I was hoping for...
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Thanks for the info. May I ask when you last had access to VSCH at EWR? I did a search on flyertalk and was getting conflicting information dating back to 2004 & 2005. In 2004, it seemed VSCH was OK. In 2005, it was only for TPP or SQ F passengers (though of course there's no F for SQ out of EWR). It's a bit confusing...
It was in 2004 and 2005. Sorry, no recent experiences, but will be taking that flight again in late August and can check then unless you are going earlier.
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It was in 2004 and 2005. Sorry, no recent experiences, but will be taking that flight again in late August and can check then unless you are going earlier.
I'm going next week and will report back. I have a feeling VSCH is no longer an option...
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I'm going next week and will report back. I have a feeling VSCH is no longer an option...
I am in the SK lounge at EWR and can confirm that VSCH is no longer open to SQ passengers.

The SK lounge is a joint LH and Star Alliance Gold lounge and is rather basic. Food selection is limited to cheese, crackers, a few salad items and cold cuts, cookies. They bring out noodles for SQ passengers later in the evening. No shower rooms.
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Bleah...thanks for doing the hard work. The SK lounge has a SEN lounge next door right? Wonder if thats better.
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Bleah...thanks for doing the hard work. The SK lounge has a SEN lounge next door right? Wonder if thats better.
I did go into the adjacent LH SEN lounge, and it's tiny and crowded, with even more limited, albeit slightly different, food & drinks selection. It closes shortly after 9pm, when the LH flight departs.

The overall lounge experience at EWR for SQ passengers is definitely subpar, now that VSCH is off limits to us.
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Does somebody know which lounge you can use when flying from ZRH in F?

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