Flying with Virgin Atlantic is always an experience.
And for their customers traveling in and out of Los Angeles International Airport, the airline recently launched a brand new clubhouse that will coddle and relax.
“We’ve always been focused on offering services that are conducive to the lifestyle in Los Angeles, from being the first airline to offer limo service to launching the concepts of onboard bars and seat-back entertainment,” Virgin Atlantic North America senior vice president Chris Rossi said in a statement.
According to Virgin Atlantic, the clubhouse is set up to evoke the beauty of Southern California, to which the British airline recently celebrated 25 years of service.Located in Terminal 2, the new Virgin Atlantic lounge is part of a $4-million investment to improve passengers' pre-flight experiences.
With more than 4,000 square feet of space, the lounge offers fliers a spacious and comfortable place to unwind before or after a flight.
In addition to the views of LAX and its concourse ...
... the clubhouse offers panoramic views of the Hollywood Hills.
Everything about the new lounge is designed to prepare Virgin Atlantic's passengers for a long flight.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the free wifi.
And there are plenty of places to find a seat.
The space is decked out in modern and inviting decor.
And there are some intriguing architectural features.
Don't forget to grab bite!
The menu for the clubhouse was designed with the help of the innovative culinary minds at Hinoki and the Bird.
The lounge offers a wide variety of soft drinks, juices, wines, beer and spirits.
Virgin Atlantic staff members are on hand to assist passengers.
In addition, Virgin Atlantic has just launched new LA service with the airline's fleet of Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.
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