The Star Alliance Lounge at Los Angeles International Airport was voted best Alliance Lounge at the Skytrax World Airline Awards last week for the fourth year in a row.
The Los Angeles lounge is located in the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX and was developed and managed by member carrier Air New Zealand, on behalf of Star Alliance.
The Lounge accommodates up to 400 Business Class and Star Alliance Gold passengers and
has an additional exclusive area for First Class passengers.
The lounge offers different experience zones ranging from social gatherings to quiet time. The lounge offers a bar area for socialising, a library space, a den, a study and a media room.
Guests can enjoy a cocktail and an a la carte dining option in the First Class section. The lounge also features special culinary events, creating a more entertaining dining experience.
Star Alliance First and Business Class passengers as well as Star Alliance Gold Card holders
currently have access to more than 1,000 lounges across the Alliance’s global airline network.
In addition to airlines’ own lounges and those operated by third parties, Star Alliance offers 7 branded lounges in Buenos Aires, Nagoya, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Rome and São Paulo.
Star Alliance was established in 1997 and is currently made up of 29 airlines including four in Africa: EGYPTAIR, Ethiopian Airlines and South African Airways.