Air France opens new lounge at Los Angeles International Airport

On June 21 Air France opened a new lounge at Los Angeles International Airport in the Tom Bradley Terminal, near the airline’s boarding gates. This lounge is exclusive to Air France’s La Première, Business, and Flying Blue Elite Plus customers, and is also open to eligible customers of partner airlines KLM and SkyTeam. This space was designed by Air France teams in collaboration with the agency SGK Brandimage.

A dining room inspired by French cuisine

  • The gastronomic offer has hot or cold options, savory or sweet dishes and vegetarian menus.
  • A chef dedicated to preparing dishes to order in an open kitchen.
  • A bar offering a wide selection of French wines and champagnes, spirits and local beers.
  • Water fountains and beverage dispensers.

A relaxation area

  • The new VIP lounge features a Clarins thermal spa treatment.
  • Guests can choose from three complimentary facial treatments.
  • Spa hours are from 11:00 to 20:30.

More privacy for La Première guests

  • The VIP room has a private space for La Première clients.
  • In the space Clarins has a treatment designed exclusively for La Première clients.

More comfortable spaces

  • Flying Blue clients also have an exclusive alcove with large armchairs.
  • A work area with large ergonomic armchairs, and an enclosed booth for making calls.
  • Shower cabins are available throughout the day.
  • There is also free Wi-Fi and numerous electrical and USB plugs near the seats.
This summer season, Air France is offering up to 26 weekly flights from Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Los Angeles, 21 of them operated on Boeing 777-300ER aircraft equipped with La Première suites. The schedule also includes five weekly flights to Papeete (Tahiti).

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