Long-haul travel means a lot of waiting, but the Qantas Club at Los Angeles Airport helps you pass the time in style and comfort. Amenities include drinks, WiFi, TV and news, and showers for freshening up, all in a modern, well-appointed space. You must be a Qantas Club member or have eligible oneworld status to access this lounge. Below, you’ll find helpful details such as lounge location, hours, services, and lounge access for economy class travellers.
Los Angeles Airport, Tom Bradley International Terminal, Airside, Level 5. This lounge is shared with British Airways and Cathay Pacific.
Services & Facilities
- Beverages (alcoholic)
- Beverages (non-alcoholic)
- Newspapers & Magazines
- Photocopying and local faxes
- Telephone (free local calls)
This lounge does not have any sleep facilities.
The lounge is open 6:30AM – 12:30AM (Daily).
Lounge Access & Rates
» Qantas Club – If you travel frequently on Qantas Airlines, you may want to look into purchasing an annual membership that will give you access to this and other lounges in the Qantas Airlines network. Rates from: A$540 (Australia), NZD$600 (New Zealand) and A$410 (Rest of the World).
More lounge locations at Los Angeles Airport
- American Airlines Admirals Club
- Delta Sky Club
- United Club
- Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge (Terminal 6)
- Alaska Lounge (Terminal 6)
- KAL Lounge (Tom Bradley International Terminal)
- Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse
- USO Lounge
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