After almost two years of construction, Qantas’s California-inspired Oneworld Lounge at Los Angeles International Airport is officially complete. The final stage of the business lounge, in the new Tom Bradley Terminal, was officially opened early last month with a surprise performance by LA-based Australian musician Ben Lee. The lounge, which Qantas operates for fellow Oneworld members Cathay Pacific and British Airways, is now the biggest at bustling LAX. When it first opened in June 2014, the business lounge boasted a circular fireplace, an extensive bar and a food cart offering tacos and hot dogs. Now 200 seats have been added, tripling the number of passengers who can be seated and the size of the space — when combined with the Marc Newson-designed first-class lounge. Other additions include a designated seating area for families and another that can be sectioned off for groups during busy periods. Extra bathrooms and showers have been installed, while the expanded dining area features an elevated communal dining table in addition to arrangements of low tables and chairs. A fresh juice bar has been introduced, and a second buffet designed by Neil Perry.