Air Canada's flights and Maple Leaf Lounge at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) are now located at the renovated and modernized Terminal 6, following what the airline called a “seamless move overnight” from Terminal 2.
AC’s 19 daily flights arrive and depart from gates 68A, 68B and 69B at Terminal 6, offering a more convenient connecting experience for customers whose onward flights are with Star Alliance partners.
A new Maple Leaf Lounge, the airline's third in the U.S., is located past security near AC’s gates.
"As the largest foreign carrier operating at LAX, we are pleased to offer our customers continued improvements in their airport experience with this move to Terminal 6. Our new LAX lounge complements our daily Boeing 787 Dreamliner LAX-YYZ flights featuring our Business Class-Transcontinental product with lie-flat suites," said Benjamin Smith, President, Passenger Airlines.
The Maple Leaf Lounge at LAX showcases contemporary Canadian design with club chairs from Calgary-based Birchwood, and wood tables from Brent Comber of British Columbia.
Currently seating 83 customers, the LAX lounge will offer total seating capacity for 118 people this fall after expansion is completed.
AC LAX nonstop service offers up to seven daily flights from YYZ, four from YUL, six from YVR and two from YYC this summer.