How LA’s elite fly out of LAX – Take a look inside the private suite that actually makes an airport fun

Only recently I was browsing through my Instagram feed and came across this picture of Sophie Turner (remember Sansa Stark from GOT) and her tag made me curious – @theprivatesuite; of course I clicked on it right away which led me to the LAX Private Suite Instagram homepage.

The ultra-luxe service is catered especially for the crème ala crème who prefer avoiding hour-long custom and immigration queues – hence I instantly summarized it as a direct home to plane service.

Know this – no security protocols are compromised here. The only difference – its you flying solo through the formalities.

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In addition to avoiding those absolutely dreadful security queues, the service also includes a chauffeur-driven BMW to and from the plane and the terminal building.

London-based Gilbert Ott, the man behind the God Save The Points flight tips blog (pictured here) said that the experience was so good it ‘ruined’ him. You know what they said the coach is only good until you fly business class.

Here’s a quick list of what the Private Suite has to offer, other than the privacy of course. Goodies, fancy bottles of wine, a large TV Screen to entertain you, an outdoor patio, toiletries, and pharmacy products. Basically, everything under the Sun.

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The Private Suite has an advance team that tracks your flight and escorts you only minutes before your departure.

It’s exclusive. It’s luxury. It’s high-end. But, it’s expensive. Annual memberships start at USD 4,500 and each visit is priced at a whopping $3,000.


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