United Airlines will unveil its fifth Polaris Lounge at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on Saturday. The new 12,122-square-foot facility is the fifth dedicated Polaris Lounge that the carrier has debuted.
Chicago’s O’Hare Airport got the first Polaris Lounge in late 2016. Subsequently, Polaris lounges have opened at Newark Liberty International Airport, George W. Bush Houston Intercontinental Airport and San Francisco International Airport.
The new Polaris Lounge at LAX will be available to passengers traveling internationally in United Polaris international business class cabin and to passengers traveling in first or business class on Star Alliance partner carriers.
The design of the LAX Polaris Lounge and the food and beverage offerings emphasize a Southern California touch.
Artwork featured in the new lounge is by Los Angeles-based artists, including Rema Ghuloum, Chris Trueman and Ruth Pastine.