Air France Opens New Lounge at Los Angeles LAX

Intertior view of Air France lounge in Los Angeles International Airport
Photo Credit: Air France

Air France has opened its brand-new lounge in the Tom Bradley Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

This new facility is mere steps from the boarding gates and caters to travelers flying in Air France’s La Première and Business cabins, as well as Flying Blue Elite Plus members.

Passengers on eligible KLM and SkyTeam partner airlines are also welcome. Spanning over 12,000 square feet and accommodating 172 guests, the spacious lounge offers a variety of areas.

Air France Elegance

Designed by Air France in collaboration with SGK Brandimage, the lounge exudes elegance and sophistication.

The space reflects Air France’s signature style, featuring a palette of calming blues, luminous whites, and pops of red for a sleek and modern ambiance.

The thoughtfully curated furniture selection includes iconic pieces by esteemed French designers, adding a touch of Gallic flair.

A Culinary Journey Awaits

The heart of the lounge boasts a dedicated dining area showcasing the best of French cuisine. Reminiscent of a Parisian brasserie, the space offers individual seating.

There is also a large communal table for socializing, and private alcoves for a more intimate experience.

The culinary offerings evolve throughout the day, featuring a delectable range of hot and cold, savory and sweet dishes, including vegetarian options.

From Monkfish Provençale to Beef Bourguignon, embark on a flavor adventure that captures the essence of French gastronomy.

An open kitchen allows guests to witness the culinary artistry firsthand, with chefs preparing dishes like pan-fried prawns or cassoulet with duck confit to tantalize both your eyes and taste buds.

A Range of Beverage Options

Unwind and refresh at the well-stocked bar, featuring an extensive selection of French wines and champagnes, spirits, and local beers.

For those seeking non-alcoholic options, a variety of cocktails and mocktails are expertly crafted by the resident bartender.

The bar area provides a mix of comfortable seating arrangements, from high stools to plush booths and armchairs, catering to both social gatherings and private moments of relaxation.

Air France is committed to offering a sustainable dining experience. The lounge prioritizes local and seasonal ingredients.

It minimizes food waste through responsible practices, and implements selective sorting and recycling for catering services. Water fountains and beverage dispensers are also available to reduce the use of single-use plastics.

A Moment of Pampering

Indulge in a moment of pampering at the Clarins spa treatment area, a haven designed by Air France’s long-standing partner in skincare expertise. Clarins’ team welcomes guests in two cozy cabins.

These offer a complimentary choice of three rejuvenating facials specifically designed to combat jetlag, detoxify the skin, and revitalize the eyes.

These express beauty rituals combine Clarins’ signature massage techniques with plant-based products, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed.

The Clarins experience is available from September 2024 onwards, with daily operation hours from 11:00 AM to 8:30 PM.

Reservations can be made directly at the Clarins treatment area reception or through a dedicated La Première number.

A Haven for First Class Passengers

La Première passengers are treated to an exclusive haven within the lounge, mirroring the unparalleled comfort and chic design of their onboard suites.

Bathed in soft lighting and boasting privileged runway views, the dedicated area offers seating for twelve guests and features its own private dining space.

Additionally, La Première passengers can enjoy an exclusive “de-stress” treatment designed specifically for them within the Clarins area.

This summer, Air France offers up to 26 weekly flights between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Los Angeles International Airport. 21 of these flights are operated by Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft equipped with luxurious La Première suites.

Additionally, up to five weekly flights connect Los Angeles to the idyllic shores of Papeete, Tahiti.


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