What’s New at LAX
American Airlines Launches LAX > HKG
Aboard American Airlines’ Boeing 777-300ER, travelers experience the airline’s award-winning wine list and destination-driven, farm-to-flight menu featuring Cantonese dishes such as traditional Dim Sum, Congee, and Steamed Chashu Pork Buns.
The Boeing 777-300ER Flagship international aircraft features the next generation Flagship First Class suite and Business Class cabin with fully lie-flat seats; direct aisle access; complimentary pajamas and turndown service; a walk-up bar stocked with snacks and refreshments — a first for any U.S. carrier — Cole Haan amenity kits filled with rejuvenating skincare products; international Wi-Fi capability; AC power outlets and USB ports at every seat; and a touchscreen monitors that offers on-demand entertainment with up to 250 movies, 160 TV shows, 13 radio channels, 375 albums, and 20 games.
The daily flight departs LAX at 1:55 a.m. and arrives at HKG at 8:10 a.m. the following day. The return flight departs HKG at 8:20 p.m. and arrives at LAX at 6:50 p.m. the same day.
China Eastern Airlines Celebrates 25 Years at LAX
China Eastern Arilines hosted a luxurious event for over 100 of L.A.’s premiere travel influencers to celebrate important anniversaries.
China Eastern airlines celebrated their coveted 60th anniversary with 25 of those years providing exceptional business connections between Los Angeles and Shanghai. The airline has officially opened its North America call center providing even more of their revered customer service to thousands of global travelers.
Guests indulged in cocktails and a six course meal prepared by Chef Rui Wang that channeled the very best that the Pearl of the Orient has to provide to business travelers. Guests experienced on-stage performances and a unique look into the outstanding traveler experience the airline has to offer presented by official MC Christine Lakin.
Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport
Located less than one block from Los Angeles International Airport, the closest hotel to the airport, Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport opened after undergoing extensive $75 million renovations. Guests marvel at amazing views of busy LAX runways, the airport’s iconic Light Towers, and the sparkling City of Angels, from the comfort of their guestrooms, which feature quadruple-pane windows to eliminate air traffic and airport noise.