Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
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They don't have "domestic" terminals in the United States: all flights can depart from the same terminal as there's no outgoing passport control, so all of Delta's flights (both domestic and international) depart from the same place.(TBIT just has its name as it's home to lots of international airlines.)You'll have access to Delta's Sky Clubs at LAX.
Oh great, thanks Chris! Wasn’t aware of the passport control not featuring on depature. Thanks for your help
Happy to help: and FYI, the Sky Club in Terminal 3 isn't much to write home about for now... it's small, cramped and doesn't offer much (was there a few months back, glad I didn't arrive too early!), although the T2 Sky Club is a bit bigger, I believe.
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Delta's T2 lounge is slightly better than T3. Showers, but the standard food offerings.
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
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Delta has Sky Clubs in T2 and T3, the one in T2 is better but still a long way from the standards of QF, SQ, CX, EK etc. You can catch an airside bus between T2, T3 and TBIT. There is a Korean Airlines Skyteam lounge in TBIT which is quite nice but not sure if VA gold gets you there or not
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