The Oneworld Business Class lounge is among the best at LAX, and its doors are now open to travellers on Fiji Airways.
If you're flying in Fiji Airways business class...
... or are down the back of the bus in economy but hold Tabua Club membership...
... you'll enjoy access to the Oneworld business class lounge at Los Angeles' Tom Bradley International Terminal.
The lounge is operated by Qantas and shared with British Airways and Cathay Pacific, although it's also available to business class passengers and eligible frequent flyers on all Oneworld member airlines flying out of TBIT.
However, Fiji Airways access will be available only from three hours before the flight's scheduled departure time – forget about clocking up a longer stay.
That'll still be ample time for a drink or two at the bar...
... or the circular lounge ringing the mock fireplace...
... plus a bite to eat from the buffet and even a shower to freshen up before your flight.
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