Where is the Star Alliance Lounge located?
The Star Alliance Lounge at LAX is located past security check in the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Take the elevator or escalators in the main atrium up to level six.
Hours of operation are 06:00 - 00:00 vary according to winter/summer airline schedules.
Who can access the Star Alliance Lounge?
1) Have United Club access (i.e., via Chase United MileagePlus Club credit card)
2) Be a Star Alliance Gold member (i.e., United Gold/Plat/1K/CK)
3) Fly international first/business class on a Star Alliance airline (domestic United first class would NOT work)
The Star Alliance Lounge is NOT part of the Priority Pass or Centurion card network.
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Are guests allowed?
Eligible guests: International First, Star Alliance Gold, and Eligible Paid Lounge Membership customers are entitled to one guest. The guest must also present a boarding pass for any Star Alliance flight departing from the local airport.
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