Los Angeles Tom Bradley - International Business Lounge 

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Location

Airside departures,
Level 5

Hours

06:00 to 00:30 Daily

Contacts

Ph:+1 (310) 348 0750

Fx:+1 (310) 348 0751

Operated By

Qantas/British Airways/Cathay Pacific*

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Enjoy a new standard of luxury and convenience at the Los Angeles Business Lounge. Eligible passengers will experience a spacious and stylish new lounge with interiors and dining inspired by contemporary Californian culture. Enjoy features such as a communal fireplace, a central glass atrium providing natural light and space and Neil Perry-designed menus based on Qantas signature favourites with flavours and ingredients inspired by multicultural California.

In early 2015, we will open the remainder of the Business lounge and a new First lounge, which will add around 400 additional seats across both lounges. We appreciate your patience while the construction continues.

Lounge Access and Eligibility

Eligible Class of Travel

First

Next onward flight that day must be a Qantas flight.

One guest allowed and must be travelling with the member on the same flight.

International Business

Next onward flight that day must be a Qantas flight.

One guest allowed and must be travelling with the member on the same flight.

Jetstar Business Max Fares

Must be travelling onwards on a Jetstar Airways operated and marketed flight in the business cabin on a business max fare.

Lounge access is only permitted in the port where Jetstar Business operates from.

No guest permitted.

Eligible Qantas Members

Platinum One Frequent Flyer

Next onward flight must be on a Qantas, Jetstar Airlines+ or oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

One guest allowed and must be travelling with the member on the same flight.

Platinum Frequent Flyer

Next onward flight must be on a Qantas^, Jetstar Airlines+ or oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

One guest allowed and must be travelling with the member on the same flight.

Gold Frequent Flyer

Next onward flight that day must be on a Qantas^, Jetstar Airlines+ or oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

One guest allowed and must be travelling with the member on the same flight.

Qantas Club Member

Next onward flight that day must be a Qantas, or Jetstar Airlines+ flight number.

One guest allowed and must be travelling with the member on the same flight.

Eligible oneworld Status

Emerald

Next onward flight that day must be on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

One guest allowed and must be travelling on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

Sapphire

Next onward flight that day must be on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

One guest allowed and must be travelling on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

International First oneworld Customers

Next onward flight that day must be on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

One guest allowed and must be travelling on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

International Business oneworld Customers

Next onward flight that day must be on a oneworld operated and marketed flight.#

No guest allowed.

Lounge Features

  • Lounge Dining
  • Bar Service
  • Tea, coffee and beverages
  • Showers and Toilets
  • Wireless Internet
  • Internet Access
  • Newspapers and Magazines

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* Due to capacity constraints, access for members and their guests to the Qantas, British Airways and Cathay Pacific oneworld lounge in Los Angeles is subject to space availability. Alternate lounges may be used to accommodate eligible customers within the Tom Bradley International Terminal.

+ Jetstar refers to Jetstar (JQ), Jetstar Asia (3K) and Valuair (VF).
# A oneworld marketed flight refers to a flight with a oneworld flight number, eg QF1 or AA222. A oneworld operated flight refers to the actual aircraft or 'metal' on which you fly, eg Finnair aircraft.
Note: Complimentary invitations cannot be used in the Los Angeles oneworld lounge.