Star Alliance opens new LAX lounge

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The new Star Alliance lounge at LAX
The new Star Alliance lounge at LAX

The new Star Alliance Lounge opens this week at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

Officially launching on 25 September 2013, the lounge will be open to all first, business and Star Alliance Gold Card passengers departing the airport on Star Alliance member airlines from the new Tom Bradley International Terminal.

The 1,675m² lounge offers space for around 400 people, including an exclusive area for first class passengers. It features an open air terrace with views of the northern runway, plus fire pits and a water wall. Other facilities include a bar area, library space, study, media room and eight showers.  For business passengers, the lounge comes equipped with Wi-Fi, power outlets and USB ports, and offers printing, fax and copy services on request.

“Lounge access on a global scale is one of the alliance benefits most sought after and valued by our customers. The fantastic new lounge in Los Angeles is testimony to the fact that alliances add value over and above what individual airlines can offer. We are certain that our passengers will highly appreciate this top of the line facility,” said Star Alliance’s CEO, Mark Schwab.

Air New Zealand was appointed to develop and manage the new LAX lounge. It will move into the terminal in mid-2014, joining eight other Star Alliance member carriers – ANA, Asiana Airlines, EVA Air, Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, SWISS, Thai Airways and Turkish Airlines.
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