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Star alliance Lounge

El Paso, Texas
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Star alliance Lounge

Hello all, my wife and i are flying outo of LAX to NRT on september on Singapore airlines on economy class, our starter flight is from El Paso Texas very early inthe morning so we will be for a few hours in LAX, my cuestion goes as follows, is there any way to purchase a one day pass to the lounge having onli economy class tickest, jus recently enrroled in krisflyer program, much rather spend a little more and rest up in a lounge before the long flight

any info appreciated, tanx

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1. Re: Star alliance Lounge

$100 for both of you, hardly seems like a valuable use of money for 3 hours of time.


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2. Re: Star alliance Lounge

Singapore Airlines uses the Tom Bradley terminal (TBIT) at LAX.

The only lounge at TBIT available to non elites or premium cabin travelers is the reLAX lounge, which is land side (before security) - first2board.com/pointssummary/…

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3. Re: Star alliance Lounge

LAX. There's also an Air Canada and Air New Zealand lounge in terminal 2, but access may not be possible without status.

NRT. There's a United Airlines Club lounge at NRT that you can pay USD $50 for a day-pass. I don't think it's worth it. Even if you are in a bind, the UA agents in there get swamped quite easily and are not the most capable. And then if you're flying SQ, they're useless. The ANA lounges at NRT are slightly nicer, but I'm not aware of a day-pass available for entry.

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