Air France has opened a new lounge in the Tom Bradley terminal at Los Angeles International Airport.

The lounge is dedicated to Air France’s La Première, Business and Flying Blue Elite Plus customers, and is also open to eligible customers of KLM and SkyTeam partner airlines.

Open daily from 9am to 11:30pm, the lounge has a surface area of over 1,100 m2 and seats 172 passengers.

Designed by Air France teams together with the agency SGK Brandimage, the lounge includes creations by famous French designers such as the Ester chairs by Patrick Jouin, the Ribbon armchairs by Pierre Paulin, the coffee table by Charlotte Perriand and lighting creations by Margaux Keller.

At the heart of the lounge, a dining area showcases French cuisine in a style reminiscent of a Parisian brasserie.

There is also a spa treatment area by Clarins, which has been an Air France partner for nearly 20 years.

This summer, Air France is offering up to 26 flights a week between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Los Angeles International Airport, including 21 operated with Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft equipped with La Première suites.

Up to 5 flights a week also connect Los Angeles airport to Papeete (Tahiti).