Upgrade your airport experience by visiting the United Club Lounge at Los Angeles Airport. Located in Terminal 7, the lounge offer drinks, WiFi, TV and newspapers, and comfy seating. To enter the lounge, you must have United Club membership or an eligible elite status. If you have neither but you’re flying United, you can try your luck and pay at the door, as long as there’s availability. Below, you’ll find helpful details such as lounge location, hours, services, and lounge access for economy class travellers.
Los Angeles International Airport, Terminal 7, Airside, at Gate 71.
Services & Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Beverages (alcohol)
- Beverages (non-alcoholic)
- Conference Facilities
- Disabled Access
- Flight Information Monitor
These lounges do not have any sleep facilities.
The lounge is open 4:30AM – 12:15AM.
Lounge Access & Rates
Pay at the door
When space is available, this lounge accepts guests ticketed on United Airlines at the door. The door rate is US$ 59 per person.
» United Club – If you travel frequently on United Airlines, you may want to look into purchasing an annual membership that will give you access to this and other lounges in the United Airlines network. Rate: US$ 650 or 85,000 miles.
OnePass Platinum, Gold Elite, Star Alliance Gold Cards, Business/First Class Travellers.
More lounge locations at Los Angeles Airport
- Qantas Club (Tom Bradley International Terminal)
- American Airlines Admirals Club
- Delta Sky Club
- Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge (Terminal 6)
- Alaska Lounge (Terminal 6)
- KAL Lounge (Tom Bradley International Terminal)
- Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse
- USO Lounge
This guide is for informational purposes only to assist with your planning. We are not representatives of the lounge featured on this page. Fees for some lounge services and facilities may apply. All information, including amenities, hours and access information, are subject to change at any time without notice. To report errors or to add/update any items mentioned in the guide, click here.