At Los Angeles in Terminal B, also known as the Tom Bradley International Terminal, you will find the oneworld alliance business class lounge. At the moment, the first class lounge is closed.
Operated by Qantas, it is also used by American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Iberia, Japan Airlines and Qatar Airways. Only recently reopened, here’s a look at what’s inside.
Oneworld Alliance Business Class Lounge
Upon arrival, I was greeted by a friendly Australian, scanned my boarding pass and I was in. The lounge is pretty much a large square with a space taken out in the centre for an atrium. Various types of seating break up the space and there are options to suit all tastes.
Overall, it is spacious and comfortable, though a few of the seats were showing a little wear and tear. The service desks were unmanned and the place was not particularly busy.
Food and Drinks
There is a manned full service bar at the oneworld business class lounge, which I was unable to get a photo of, as people were sat there. It’s done up in black and looks like they were doing some good business. Food wise, there are plenty of self-service options available.
Lots of lovely goodies available and plenty are marked GF for Gluten Free. What I had was delicious and so I have no complaints whatsoever for the pre-flight offerings available.
Toilets and Showers
Showers are available for those that want to use them, but I decided not to take one this time around. The toilets are spacious and clean, as you would expect.
Attendants are nearby for those wanting to shower, which is handy enough. I connected to the free and fast Wi-Fi and sat about waiting for flight time.
The oneworld alliance business class lounge, which is operated by Qantas, is pretty decent. It has a distinctly Qantas-like feel to it, from the way it’s decorated to the food available. At present, the opening hours are shorter than usual, from 2pm to 8:45pm daily.
Hopefully the first class lounge will be open next time I pass through, as the Qantas first class lounges are very good indeed. Either way, nice to see this lounge back in operation as things get back to normal. Can’t wait for the mask wearing to end though!
Have you visited this lounge at Los Angeles before? What do you think of it? Thank you for reading and if you have any comments or questions, please leave them below.