Virgin America opened its first domestic airport lounge Wednesday at Los Angeles International Airport. And unlike many other airlines, the new lounge is off limits to children aged 12 and under.
Overall, the Loft lounge is aiming for a decidedly adult, hip vibe including purple and red mood lighting, similar to what you'll find onboard Virgin America flights. The lounge features unique design elements such as red Vitra sofas, Frank Gehry tables, Alessi tableware and local photography featuring Los Angeles' urban landscapes.
Located after security in Virgin's Terminal 3 at LAX, complimentary access is available to Virgin's elite frequent fliers who receive an allocation of passes each year. (Read more: Virgin America Launches Upgraded Loyalty Program) All other passengers with same-day Virgin tickets—including first-class fliers—will have to pony up $40 for lounge entry.