Because depending upon the time of day, the season, the weather, and traffic delays on the ground or in the air, excursions through LAX can be stressful and unpredictable.
It typically takes 2200 footsteps from car seat to plane seat. For members of The Private Suite, it’s 70 footsteps.
And they are all peaceful footsteps.
The Private Suite is a newly-built private terminal — a new gate into LAX that’s far from the traffic surrounding the airport.
Members of The Private Suite don’t wait in crowded lines because private TSA screening is done right in our building. Members don’t walk down long crowded concourses, or line up at ticket counters and boarding gates. They don’t deal with baggage.
And they don’t deal with paparazzi.
Members spend their pre-flight time in totally private suites, each with its own bathroom, its own food-service pantry, a two-person daybed, and a runway view of aircraft landing and taking off.
When it’s time to board, Private Suite members are driven across the tarmac, Head-of-State style, directly to their aircraft.
A team of eight people is assigned to each member of The Private Suite:
Anyone can become a member of The Private Suite.