American Express to open Centurion Lounge at LAX

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American Express has announced it will open the 12th location of its signature airport lounge network, The Centurion Lounge, at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in California in 2019.

The 13,900ft² (1,300m²) lounge will feature a tranquillity area, spa, family room and custom, visual wall installations, in addition to the premium amenities found across Centurion Lounge locations.

The LAX lounge will be located post-security in the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) and accessible to Terminals 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

“On the heels of announcements that we will be bringing new Centurion Lounges to New York and Denver, we are thrilled to open our next lounge in Los Angeles, the number two US airport our Platinum Card Members travel through,” said Josh McKay, vice president and general manager, global benefits and services, American Express.

“Our Platinum Card Members regularly travel for work and fun, so we’re excited to soon offer our Platinum Card Members a place to relax, reboot and refresh in the busiest terminal at LAX.”

With the addition of the new Centurion Lounge, American Express is being recognized as a brand sponsor at LAX and will be launching advertising and promotion programs engineered by JCDecaux.

“Creating new and fresh experiences at the airport is a key element of our vision to deliver a gold standard airport at LAX and we are pleased to work with American Express to add the Centurion Lounge to the Tom Bradley International Terminal,” said Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) chief executive officer Deborah Flint.”

Access to The Centurion Lounge is complimentary and exclusive for Platinum Card Members and Centurion Members. Platinum Card Members may enter with up to two travel companions at no additional charge. Centurion Members may enter with their immediate family or up to two travel companions. Platinum Card or Centurion Members may purchase access to The Centurion Lounge for additional guests for US$50 each guest.

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