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Airline relocations at LAX

21 airlines will relocate terminals at LAX over a one week period from 12 May 2017. 

Each airline will complete its relocation overnight while maintaining normal operations throughout the day.  The changes are as follows:

Air Canada moving from T2 to T6

Allegiant moving from T3 to T5 (T6 check-in)

Avianca moving fromT2 to TBIT (T3 check-in)

Boutique Air moving from T3 to T6

Copa moving from TBIT (T6 check-in) to TBIT (T3 check-in)

Delta moving from T5/T6 to T2/T3

Frontier moving from T3 to T5 (T6 check-in)

Hainan moving from T2 to TBIT

Hawaiian moving from T2 to T5

InterJet moving from T2 to TBIT (T3 check-in)

JetBlue moving from T3 to T5

Qatar moving from T2 to TBIT

Southwest Int’l moving from T2 to TBIT (T1 check-in)

Spirit moving from T3 to T5

Sun Country moving from T2 to T5 (T6 check-in)

Thomas Cook moving from T2 to TBIT

Virgin America moving from T3 to T6

Virgin Australia moving from TBIT (T3 check-in) to TBIT (T2 check-in)

Volaris moving from T2 toTBIT (T2 check-in)

WestJet moving from T2 to T3

XL France moving from T2 to T6

How will you know where to go?

Before travelling to LAX be sure to check-in online, print your boarding pass and note your terminal and gate numbers.  All ground transportation (e.g. taxis, Lyft and shuttles) and airport partners (e.g. TSA, CBP) will be updated on the airlines’ new locations.  Prior to the move, LAX staff will install 500 way-finding signs to assist with passenger navigation.  Additional airport personnel and dedicated way-finders will also be available on-site.

What should you do if you end up in the wrong terminal?

Pre-security, there will be a shuttle operating between Terminals 2/3 and 5/6 to augment existing LAX shuttle airline connections.  While passengers are encouraged to undergo security screening at their correct terminals, there will also be a buses available post-security to connect Terminals 2, 3, and 5 during the week of the move.

Other gate information

LAX gate numbers reflect the terminals they are in (Terminal 6 contains gates 60-69). Please check terminal and gate information before travelling to LAX and allow for extra time at the airport.

If you have any concerns about your itinerary, feel free to contact your dedicated Travel Manager.

 

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