Premium customers of United Airlines can now access a new private terminal at Los Angeles International Airport called The Private Suite.
The Private Suite at LAX is a new terminal designed for First and Business class travellers seeking the highest convenience, privacy and luxury. The facility includes private Transportation Security Administration screening and Customs processing, private suites for awaiting boarding and direct-to-aircraft transportation across the airfield. There’s even an outdoor grassed area for families travelling with children to play before heading to their flight.
United customers using the new terminal will be driven across the airfield in BMW 7-Series sedans directly to their aircraft. The United-branded lounge at the new terminal includes individual suites and restrooms and features a full bar and top-tier food service.
Access to The Private Suite will be included in certain Business class fares, which United says it has negotiated for use of the exclusive service.
The Private Suite experience will initially be available through select corporate travel booking desks and travel agents, and later available for purchase on united.com or through the United app as part of a premium-cabin ticket fare.
United customers flying to or from New York/Newark; Aspen, Colorado; Hawaii; London Heathrow; Los Cabos, Mexico; Melbourne and Sydney, Australia; Shanghai; Singapore; and Tokyo Narita who purchase this service will have access to the exclusive co-branded lounge at The Private Suite’s terminal on the LAX airfield.
Customers arriving from overseas will be met at the aircraft and escorted to private customs and immigration processing. A Private Suite logistics team of eight people is assigned to each booking, ensuring a seamless airport experience without traffic, lines or wait time.
“We are excited to offer this new experience for our customers who are seeking additional efficiency, comfort, privacy and the ultimate service during their travels,” said Janet Lamkin, President, California, for United Airlines.
“The partnership with The Private Suite affords our customers the opportunity to enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience that makes travel through LAX the best in class.”
“United has created an exceptional service opportunity for its customers, and we’re excited to be part of something that’s never before existed in commercial air travel,” said Joshua Gausman, Co-Founder of The Private Suite.
The Private Suite website showcases the new experience, dubbing it the “Head of State Experience at LAX”, and available to “any airline, any flight, domestic or international”.
The website also boasts this interesting selling point:
For more information, visit united.com/privatesuite.