Sunday, July 16, 2017

Fiji Airways relocates Business Class lounge pax to stylish One World Lounge

Move means more perks for biz class pax

Patti Pietschmann

LAX has been undergoing major renovations and changes.  It's been messy business for travelers with detours and delays. This was especially evident during Delta Airlines relocation in June. But the light at the end of tunnel is a good for passengers. Like those flying  Fiji Airways, Fiji's National Airline, in  Business Class guests will be getting another upgrade.  From now on, Fiji Airways' Business Class and eligible Tabua Club passengers will have access to the stylish One World Lounge, located on Level 5 of the Tom Bradley International Terminal.

Fiji Airways  relocated its lounge so guests can more space and the premium amenities available at the One World Lounge, including distinctive lounge dining, an impressive bar service, showers and refreshments, wireless internet and a business center.  Andre Viljoen, Fiji Airways' Managing Director & CEO, commented: "We are thrilled to announce our upgraded lounge at LAX as part of our series of continued enhancements we are making for our guests. With the continued growth of Business Class passengers from North America, our priority as Fiji Airways is to offer the best experience possible, and the move to a new luxury lounge at LAX will allow us to continue these efforts."
Access to the One World Lounge will be offered exclusively to Fiji Airways guests seated in Business Class and eligible Tabua Club Members. These guests may enter the lounge three (3) hours prior to their scheduled departure time and must be an adult over 21 years of age or accompanied by one. 
For more information about the amenities and location of the new lounge for Fiji Airways' Business Class guests at LAX  click hereFor additional data visit