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How much would you pay for your own private LAX?
If it’s worth $7,500 a year plus $2,700 a flight ($3,000 international), we’ve got great news for you: The $22-million Private Suite at Los Angeles International Airport has just opened. It’s the first terminal of its kind in the nation (Heathrow has one). Amenities include paparazzi protection, separate TSA and Customs clearance, a BMW ride direct to the plane, a stocked private suite … need we go on?
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