Our 2nd Honeymoon in Paradise – Air France Lounge, Los Angeles

Our 2nd Honeymoon in Paradise – Air France Lounge, Los Angeles

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Air France Lounge – LAX
Air France Lounge – Los Angeles

“Our 2nd Honeymoon in Paradise” Trip Report Index:

Emily Jablon: After check-in we went up to the Air France lounge.  Since we were traveling in Business Class we got free access to the lounge including complimentary snacks and drinks.

Air France Lounge – LAX
Outside the Air France Lounge

There were lots of magazines as soon as we entered.

Air France Lounge – LAX
Magazines in the Air France Lounge

The lounge was no different than many US lounges.  There were olives, cheese, chips, Milano cookies, and a few other snacks, but no hot or prepared food.

Air France Lounge – LAX

Daraius:  I don’t mean to perpetuate stereotypes, but the Air France lounge had more cheese than your usual American airline lounge would.

Air France Lounge – LAX
Say “Cheese!”

Emily Jablon:  There were olives…

Air France Lounge – LAX

…self service drinks…

Air France Lounge – LAX

…and more drinks.

Air France Lounge – LAX
More Drinks!

There was wireless access, and the connection was strong, so we were able to log on and get some work done.  The lounge was a bit dimly lit and gloomy, but we were grateful to have a drink and use the wi-fi!

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I believe this flight takes off shortly before Midnight. I know many lounges close early. Due to the late take off, does this lounge stay open until that flight? Also, we are traveling on this flight to PPT in September, do you happen to know if its still out of Terminal 2 or now in Tom Bradley?


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At least you were able to get some work done. Peace and quiet is more important to me than eating those sad looking 'snacks'.

can you drink or take out the drinks, new unopened cans or bottles home?

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@ROB - You can take a can or bottle of water with you for the flight, but I wouldn't stuff your bag with them!