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Old Dec 15, 2018, 12:00 pm
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The service is necessary for some "celebrities" who are traveling. Many cannot afford to fly on private aircraft, or they do not generate enough for their studios/labels/sponsors to pay for it. However, the private experience can keep some of these people, particularly the Lil rappers, out of trouble. For example Lil Xan, Lil Pump. Lil Skies, Lil Uzi Vert benefit from the service option. Mumble rappers aren't at the stage where they can afford their own wings, but it is best for everyone if they are segregated from general population, know what I'm sayin' dawg?

Others also need to avoid the public eye and the parasites who hang around the airports trying to take the most embarrassing photos possible, exposing their kids or latest romantic hookups, or provoking their targets in hopes of generating a "news" event and a nice payoff. For example, Dawg the Bounty Hunter was accosted at Denver airport and has had to deal with bad PR and a police investigation. Had Dawg not gone general population, he could have avoided this costly event.
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Old Dec 15, 2018, 12:05 pm
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Originally Posted by tcook052
As this isn't an Air Canada matter but rather a service at LAX the thread has been moved to the Los Angeles forum for further discussion.

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Where it's been merged into an exiting thread on this topic.

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Old Dec 15, 2018, 3:15 pm
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Originally Posted by Transpacificflyer
The service is necessary for some "celebrities" who are traveling. Many cannot afford to fly on private aircraft, or they do not generate enough for their studios/labels/sponsors to pay for it. However, the private experience can keep some of these people, particularly the Lil rappers, out of trouble. For example Lil Xan, Lil Pump. Lil Skies, Lil Uzi Vert benefit from the service option. Mumble rappers aren't at the stage where they can afford their own wings, but it is best for everyone if they are segregated from general population, know what I'm sayin' dawg?

Others also need to avoid the public eye and the parasites who hang around the airports trying to take the most embarrassing photos possible, exposing their kids or latest romantic hookups, or provoking their targets in hopes of generating a "news" event and a nice payoff. For example, Dawg the Bounty Hunter was accosted at Denver airport and has had to deal with bad PR and a police investigation. Had Dawg not gone general population, he could have avoided this costly event.
Speaking of this Lil Pump fellow, he didn't stay out of trouble recently. He and his entourage were escorted out of AA 314 Mia-Lax December 13 after passengers and flight attendants noticed very strong marihuana scent. Flight was delayed over an hour to find their checked luggage, which was found to contain narcotics. The bunch were handcuffed and taken into custody, and eventually the flight left with no further disruption. Not fun for the rest of us on the plane though. As for "bad PR", among Holliwooders it's said that any publicity is good publicity.
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Old Jun 13, 2021, 3:06 pm
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First look: LAX’s secret VIP terminal PS gets a makeover
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The new design had a warmer, more residential feel to it. Between the shapes, colors and materials, everything about it felt luxe. With a collection of Assouline books and art curated by Creative Art Partners lining the walls, it was a lot more like a luxury apartment than an airport lounge.

Privacy has always been a top priority for PS and that will never change. Since the suites are fully enclosed and not shared with anyone else, guests are allowed to take their masks off while inside — something that isn’t possible anywhere in the main terminal. The suites are also fully sanitized in between stays.

The suite featured several different seating options, as well as a day bed that could be made upon request. While I could have easily spent the night there, PS isn’t a hotel. Guests can use their suites for up to three hours before or after their flights, though if a flight is delayed, PS will typically allow you to stay there as long as necessary.

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Old Mar 29, 2024, 9:49 am
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My first look at PS in action.

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