Blog posts tagged: LAX

Delta Opens New SkyClub at LAX

Delta has recently opened up a new SkyClub at Los Angeles International Airport, in the new SkyWay between Terminal 3 and 2. The club, which is 30,000 feet, is one of the largest clubs in Delta’s network and will be open to club members as well as those flying business class on long-haul international or […]

The Centurion Lounge opens at LAX

The highly-anticipated American Express Centurion Lounge at Los Angeles International airport opened its signature blue doors to the public this morning, following a media preview late last week. The Centurion Lounge LAX is the 12th location in the financial institution’s fast-expanding network and the third to open this year, after The Centurion Lounge Phoenix and […]

United announces new clubs at New Orleans and Raleigh-Durham, trials expanded food program

At United’s Polaris Lounge Los Angeles launch event, all eyes were on the airline’s posh new facilities for intercontinental business class passengers. But the management team also touched on some exciting upcoming United Club developments. The United Club is United’s membership-based lounge product. Premier Gold customers also receive access when traveling internationally. We sat down with Alex […]

American Express brings The Centurion Lounge to LAX

American Express is continuing to expand its wildly successful airport lounge network, with no less than three new locations on the books for 2019. On the heels of the arrival of two new clubs at Denver (DEN) and New York Kennedy (JFK), the financial institution will open a new Centurion Lounge at Los Angeles International […]

The Great LAX Reshuffle: How To Find Your Lounge

Brace yourselves: the largest shake-up in the history of Los Angeles airport is about to begin. From Friday, May 12h through Wednesday, May 17th, night crews (and the occasional day crew) will achieve the seemingly impossible feat of relocating 15 airlines. The impetus behind one of the largest terminal swaps ever conceived is Delta’s major […]

United makes a come back at LAX with a swanky new Club

Los Angeles. Is it the sun, the glamour? The film industry’s deep pockets? The relative proximity to Asia and Australia? Every airline wants a piece of LAX. Several carriers call Los Angeles airport a hub, with tough competition between the three major alliances, and a significant presence by outsiders—Alaska, Virgin America, and Middle Eastern carriers. […]

February lounge updates – GRU, LAX, HKG, United

Here’s a brief recap of what happened in the lounge universe in February: Emirates opened a new lounge in Los Angeles, Cathay Pacific’s The Pier First Class lounge in Hong Kong is reopening soon, American closed its lounge in Sao Paulo, and United announced investments in their lounge network.

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