Member since 04 Oct 2019
Total posts 6
We are travelling First Class from LAX to LAS on AS in December. We have 3hrs transit in LAX, can we access the Admirals lounge in T4 or T5 before our flight in T6? A range of websites say yes in strange ways, but none specifically say. We are One World Gold also and Alaska First Class. Let me know if anyone knows or has experience. (We mainly want to have a quick shower and AS lounge doesn't have showers).
Singapore Airlines - KrisFlyer
Member since 28 Jun 2019
Total posts 4
No - only subscribed Alaska Lounge members may use the Admirals Lounge when travelling on AS or AA. Flying F on AS does not grant entry. Instead, you'll need to head to the AS Lounge in T6. (OneWorld status is irrelevant here, as AS is not a OneWorld member.)
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 02 Sep 2018
Total posts 339
The LAX Alaska lounge is the one you will have access and the good news is that it is recently renovated.
Member since 11 Oct 2014
Total posts 333
A little 'off topic', I know .. but I'm somewhat surprised that the joint announcement by AS and AA made last week regarding the re-alignment of both carrier's programs hasn't yet seemed to have attracted an article or review by ET staff.
Whilst the re-alignment doesn't take full effect until March next year, it offers commentary on transitional arrangements regarding lounge access and the gradual reduction of code-shared route flying arrangements.
Member since 05 Dec 2018
Total posts 92
Originally Posted by djtech
Yes I can confirm this, I was there late July and its a nice little lounge. Food is minimal but craft beer on tap makes up for it. There is also made to order Starbucks coffee in the lounge, if that's your jam.
Thanks Everyone! Won't waste time running between terminals. Will just use AS lounge. Do we know if there is showers there?
Originally Posted by gavinbrightwell92
From memory no shower, best to contact AS to see your options for a shower.
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