Tourists no longer have the opportunity to chance to meet a movie star at the Los Angeles International Airport – they opened a new terminal designed for celebrities, big businessmen and other wealthy passengers.
It is assumed that a separate terminal, called Private Suite, will allow show business stars to avoid meeting with paparazzi and obsessive fans. From the terminal passengers are taken to the aircraft on cars. An ordinary Los Angeles airport passenger gets from the car to the aircraft chair for 2.2 thousand steps, whereas VIP clients will need only 70. The terminal is available for those who can afford a fee of $ 4,000 per flight.
The elite terminal was built by the company Gavin de Becker and Associates, which is now negotiating the opening of a similar complex at the JFK international airport in New York.