Skip the standard layover at Los Angeles Airport when you enter the Alaska Lounge. Enjoy snacks and drinks, hop on the WiFi, get some work done, catch up on the day’s news, and let the kids play in the children’s room. Entrance seems to require Alaska Airline membership, though you may get lucky during slower times by using a lounge membership program or paying at the door. Below you will find helpful information such as: lounge location, hours, services, and lounge access for economy class travellers.
Los Angeles Airport (LAX), Terminal 6, Airside, Mezzanine Level, near Gate 64.
Important: This lounge is accessible for passengers departing from Terminals 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. However, please allow up to 30 minutes to proceed to departures gates in other terminals.
Services & Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Beverages (alcohol)
- Beverages (non-alcoholic)
- Children’s Rooms
- Conference Facilities
- Disabled Access
- Flight Information Monitor
- Premium Food ($)
- Printers & Copiers
This lounge does not have any sleep facilities.
The lounge is open 4:30AM – 8:00PM (Sun – Thurs) and 4:30AM – 11:00PM (Fri & Sat).
Lounge Access & Rates
Pay at the door
When space is available, this lounge accepts guests at the door. The walk-in rate is $50 per person or free for infants (under 2 years).
A reader tells us the day use access is $25/day if you have an Alaska Airlines credit card. (December 2019)
» Priority Pass – If you travel a lot, your best bet may be to join a lounge membership program such as Priority Pass. With Priority Pass you have access to over 1300 airport lounges around the world. There are three membership plans to choose from: Standard – US$99 (pay $32 per visit) • Standard Plus – $ 299 (10 free lounge visits and $32 per subsequent lounge visit) • Prestige – $429 (unlimited lounge visits) per year. Guest access can be purchased for US$ 32 per visit. At the time of our last lounge update in January 2020, this lounge was included in the Priority Pass program. You should check the Priority Pass web site for the most up to date access information if you are a member or plan to be a member. (Some conditions for entry may apply. See Priority Pass web site for more details.)
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» Alaska Lounge – If you travel frequently on Alaska Airlines, you may want to look into purchasing an annual membership that will give you access to this and other lounges in the Alaska Airlines network. Rate: US$ 300-450 per year.
More lounge locations at Los Angeles Airport
- Qantas Club (Tom Bradley International Terminal)
- American Airlines Admirals Club
- Delta Sky Club
- United Club
- Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge (Terminal 6)
- KAL Lounge (Tom Bradley International Terminal)
- Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse
- USO Lounge
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