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  • Terminal one, baggage claim and then to TBIT
    Sep 11, 2013
    2
    I would appreciate advice: I fly into Term. 1 on SW Air. Must go to baggage claim, then go check in at TBIT for Cathay Air. I have three hours. It sounds like I should take the A Shuttle. Do I have plenty of time?? THX

     

    Yes, that should be plenty of time. You can take the shuttle on the lower level or it's about a 20 minute walk.

     

    Thank you, ZAP!!!

     

  • Terminal 1 to 8
    Sep 4, 2013
    3
    I have 47 minutes to connect to from terminal 1 to terminal 8. Is this possible? Can I walk or do I need to take a shuttle? Thank you!

     

    Maybe, if your first flight is on-time and you run and you have no checked bags. Southwest won't transfer your bags to United Express, so if you have checked bags, you'll have to claim them and take them to T7 (not enough time to do that). You can walk, but it's a bit of a difficult walk across the center of the airport terminals. You will also need to check in for your united express flight online or on your mobile device before you leave on your first flight. You will likely be past the check-in cutoff by the time you get to T7/T8.

     

    both flights are on united. I was surprised when the united guy said I'd be landing at terminal 1. Do you think that's wrong?

     

    Yes, that is wrong. United does not use Terminal 1 at LAX. All United and United Express operated flights operate from Terminals 6,7, and 8. United doesn't even have any codeshare partners that use Terminal 1.

     

  • terminal 2 to 1
    Sep 3, 2013
    1
    I have 3 hours between connecting flights, with different airlines and moving from terminal 2 to 1. We come from italy and so we must pass the custom controls. It this enough time? Is terminal 1 at walking distance (considering that we have baggage)? Thank you

     

    On arrival at LAX you need to go through passport check, pick up your bags and go through customs clearance - if your first airline transfers bags to the second one (find out), all you need to do is exit Terminal 2 and walk to Terminal 1 to the left. If no baggage transfer is offered by your first airline, you would have to get a cart for your bags after customs clearance and re-check them in at Terminal 1 with your connecting airline. (Bags are being automatically transferred to connecting flights if: you booked both flights on one ticket, if your airlines belong to the same Alliance, or if your airline has a code-share with the other). You have plenty of time!

     

  • LAX connections
    Oct 22, 2014
    4
    I will be traveling from SRQ then ATL to LAX (on Delta) and then have to transfer to Virgin Australia, will my bags automatically transfer from T5 to T3? Also I return to LAX on Virgin Australia, then I have to connect with Delta to ATL/SRQ. Do I arrive in LAX at TBIT or T5 because it is both VA/delta flight numbers. Will a 4 hr. layover be enough to go through customs/pick up baggage/recheck baggage then be re screened? Sorry for so many questions. I have never flown through LAX BEFORE

     

    Were all your tickets bought on one reservation? If so then yes, Delta and Virgin Australia interline baggage. Your ATL-LAX flight will arrive in T5 and your Virgin Australia flight to Australia will operate from Terminal 3. No flights will use TBIT. Yes, 4 hours should be plenty of time. You can walk or take the shuttle between T3 and T5.

     

    Yes, all booked through delta website. When I fly back to LAX on VA what terminal do I arrive at if it is VA/delta flight...terminal 5? Thanks for such speedy responses.

     

    Your Australia-LAX flight operated by Virgin Australia will arrive in Terminal 3. Then your Delta flight to ATL will depart from Terminal 5. It's pretty simple - Delta operated is in Terminal 5 and VA operated is in Terminal 3.

     

    I'm also flying VA back from Sydney to LAX, then connecting to Delta to DTW. From what I know, VA arrivals come in to TBIT. VA departures are out of T3.

     

  • walk between terminals with luggage
    Sep 1, 2013
    1
    I arrive LAX terminal 4, 7:20pm, depart terminal 3 on Vaustralia at 10:10. I will need to pick up my luggage and take it with me to terminal 3 and go through security and re-check my luggage. I will have a lot of luggage and will need assistance. Is this enough time and can I wheel a luggage cart walking from terminal four to three?

     

    Yes, you should be able to take a luggage cart on the lower level or the upper level between T4 and T3. It will probably be about a 15 minute walk.

     

  • Wolfgang Puck Express
    Aug 18, 2013
    0
    Lunch specials were great and reasonably priced for airport food (bacon wrapped meatloaf and roasted chicken - both with mashed potatoes) for about $14. Hot, quick, tastey, courteous table service - what's not to love?! Beats pre-packed sandwich slop any day.

     

  • TBIT to terminal 6 - need to connect by two hours
    Aug 11, 2013
    1
    Will land from Israel at 06:35 in LAX TBIT then need to connect to Terminal 6, to catch domestic flight to Portland OR, depart at 08:35. 1. Is suitcases are sent automatically or do I need to pick them before? 2. is it enough time to catch the connection, and how long id to walk to T6 from TBIT

     

    You will have to claim your baggage in immigration. If your bags are tagged through to PDX then you can likely re-check them in TBIT after you clear customs, however, if you bought your tickets on two reservations you'll have to take them to T6 with you and check them there. You should have enough time. It's about a 10 minute walk from the exit of the TBIT to the check in area of T6

     

  • Mex food southwest terminal food poisoning
    Jul 23, 2013
    0
    My sister and I flew in t lax in July 22 and ate the mex food in the southwest terminal .she went on to Tucson and I went to sd . Called her in the am to tell her how sick I was and she was too. We shared mex food before we left. Worst part is my 1 yo is so ill i have to take him to the hospitol.Don't eat there

     

  • Karl Strauss Brewing Company
    Jul 21, 2013
    1
    Does not exist

     

    On thier website, McDonalds lists 2 locations at LAX, one at Tom Bradley Intl Termoinal, the other at Terminal 1. Can anybody confirm this?

     

  • Baja Fresh Express
    Jul 19, 2013
    0
    Does not exist - no food court in Terminal 7

     

  • McDonalds
    Jul 20, 2013
    1
    Does not exist

     

    Thank you!

     

  • do we have enough time?
    Jul 18, 2013
    3
    we fly jet blue bos-lax, lax to hnl on united 2hrs layover. is this enough time. with someone in a wheelchair?

     

    Yes, that should be enough time. JetBlue arrives in Terminal 3 and United departs in Terminal 7 on the opposite side of the airport though.

     

    Can we walk from 3 to 7? would we have to take a shuttle??

     

    It's possible to walk from 3 to 7. It's a long walk though, as the middle of the "horseshoe" at that point is full of parking garage.

     

  • YUL- LAX Terminal 2 to LAX-PHO Terminal 8
    Jul 17, 2013
    1
    We have 1:45 min between connecting flights, 2 different airline companies and must change terminals. Do we must go thru Security clearance again? Do we have to pick up luggage before connecting? Is there special lane if we have Nexus/Global entry card. Thank you.

     

    You will clear US Immigration in Montreal. If your tickets were bought on one reservation then Air Canada will transfer your bags to United for you. Yes, you will have to go through security again in T7/T8 and having a Nexus/Global Entry card won't help you there. However if you do have Premier Access from United you can use their Premier security lines which are accessible from the area between T6 and T7.

     

  • Air Berlin
    Jul 17, 2013
    1
    where is Air Berlin terminal? I did a search of airlines using the Bradley terminal and did not find Air Berlin

     

    Air Berlin does indeed use the Bradley Terminal. Perhaps they weren't listed because they only serve LAX seasonally. However, also make sure that your flight is actually an Air Berlin flight to Berlin or Dusseldorf, and not a codeshare flight operated by another airline.

     

  • Terminal Gate TB
    Jul 12, 2013
    1
    Hi, what is terminal B, on the map it only shows from T1 to T2. The flight I am looking for is scheduled to arrive on july 12, 2013, Aeroflot SU 106. Could you let me know where I need to park and what actual terminal number this flight has.

     

    Aeroflot uses the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX.

     





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