MightyTravels reader Megan recently went to the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge LAX and sent us pictures and her review:
The Air Canada Maple Leaf lounge at LAX is open to Air Canada business class passengers, Priority Pass members and Star Alliance Gold card holders. The lounge is located in Terminal 2, which is the second busiest international terminal at LAX.
While the terminal is small, only 13 gates, it has been recently renovated and is very modern. The Maple Leaf lounge is small and not very impressive for an international lounge but went above the typical U.S. lounge amenities with comfortable seats, alcohol, snacks, showers, decent Wi-Fi, TV’s, computers with internet access, and printers.
From the lounge there is a short walk (around 5 minutes) to all gates. The other lounges in the terminal are the Air New Zealand Koru Club, Hawaiian Airlines Premier Club, and Air France Club.
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