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New Lounge Locations LAX

New Lounge Locations LAX

  1. aussiejosh

    Hi All,

    Going to be going through LAX a few times in June.

    With all the terminal switching going around, I am wondering whether anyone could give me info as to the new locations of the Delta and Air Canada lounges.

  2. Gaurav


    Air Canada:
    [URL][email protected][/URL]

  3. aussiejosh

    [QUOTE=”Gaurav, post: 30931, member: 79″]Delta:

    Air Canada:
    [URL][email protected][/URL][/QUOTE]

    Thanks Gaurav,

    So my flights will be in June, which is after Delta and Air Canada switch terminals. So I guess I was actually wondering if anything had been announced about which lounges passengers will have access to when flying Delta and Air Canada from LAX after the move.

  4. aussiejosh

    A ha! In case anyone even cares, I did end up finding the answer.

    Apparently Air Canada is opening a ‘new, state of the art Maple Leaf Lounge’ in terminal 6 the same day they relocate there. I hadn’t previously heard such a thing was in the works, so there you go.

    Copy of their press release below:

    [B]Effective May 17th, 2017[/B] Air Canada flights out of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) will be [B]relocating to Terminal 6[/B] (from Terminal 2*).

    The Air Canada check-in area will be conveniently located immediately upon entering Terminal 6 at the departures level.

    We invite you to print your boarding pass at one of the 14 self-service check-in kiosks before proceeding to one of the baggage drop-off counters to deposit any checked bags. From there, head to the expanded security screening area, then onward to your gate.

    At Terminal 6, regularly scheduled Air Canada flights will depart from [B]gates 68A, 68B and 69B[/B]

    [SIZE=4][B][B]Priority Services[/B][/B][/SIZE]
    Eligible customers will have access to three dedicated priority check-in counters, as well as TSA Pre-Check and Priority Security. More about our [URL=’’]priority services[/URL].

    [SIZE=4][B][B]Maple Leaf Lounge[/B][/B][/SIZE]
    A state-of-the-art Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge will also be opening its doors on the mezzanine level of Terminal 6 on May 17, 2017. There, as with all our [URL=’’]Maple Leaf Lounges[/URL], eligible customers can relax and re-energize in luxury prior to boarding their flight.

    * Should you arrive at the wrong terminal, airport ambassadors wearing lime green vests will be on hand to direct you to lime green shuttle buses which will escort customers to Terminal 6.

  5. Gaurav


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