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  • Brookstone
    Jun 18, 2012
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    Great place for IPhone, IPad, accessories.

     

  • Southwest connecting flight to Hawaiian
    Jun 17, 2012
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    We are flying to LAS and arriving at 7:05am on Southwest Airlines and wanting to connect with Hawaiian Airlines for flight leaving 9:05. What is the easiest and fastest way to get from one airline to another?

     

    You arrive at LAX via Southwest at Terminal 1 and depart via Hawaiian airline at Terminal 2. You have 2 options, either one requires you to exit T1 and go rough security check a T2: T1 & T2 are fairly close together - you can walk over it in minutes. Otherwise you can take the LAX bus Route A on lower arrival level island (in front of each terminal), under sign 'LAX shuttle airline connection', which runs every 12-15 mins.

     

  • Connect from Hawn to United Airlines
    Jun 17, 2012
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    Arriving in Las Vegas on Hawaiian Airlines from Honolulu. How do I get to my connecting flight on United Airlines.

     

    You arrive at LAS via Hawaiian at Terminal 2, whch has gates T2-1 through T2-8); you depart via United at Terminal 1, Concourse D. T1 & T2 area across from each other, which are connected by an uncovered sidewalk and by a free shuttle bus, which stops at T1, outside of doors 12-14 and at T2 at center media. You need to go through security check at T1 before proceeding to the D gates: The separate D gate satellite, reached via the Esplanade, is formed like a crab with four 'legs', houses gates D1-D6; D16-D26; D50-D59; D32-D43 - all connected by the D-Gate Tram. Observe the overhead screens for your gate number and departure time.

     

  • Hawaii to Southwest
    Jun 8, 2012
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    Arriving on Hawaiian at 6:30 AM Hoping to leave on Southwest at 8:20 am. Would I have enough time, picking up luggage, checking in at Southwest and going thru security?

     

    Presuming you have checked with Hawaiian Airlines and they do not transfer your bags to Southwest connection: You arrive at Terminal 2, pick up your bag at the baggage claim and either use a trolley and walk over to Terminal 1, or take the shuttle bus to T1 outside of the baggage claim. At T1 you go through security check, to your Southwest counter checking in your bag. Southwest is using both Concourses C & B. Check the overhead screens for your departure gate (boarding areas B or C). You have enough time.

     

  • Security check points
    May 24, 2012
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    Can i get from Term A to Term D without going back thru security?

     

    At LAS, Terminal 1, you need to connect from arriving A gates via C gates to D gates. The Esplanade connects all gates. A, B & C gates are connected: C gates C25-19 are connected by the C-Gate Tram, while the Satellite C gates C1-C7 are connected by the D-Gate Tram. The separate D gate satellite, formed like a crab with four 'legs', houses gates D1-D6; D16-D26; D50-D59; D32-D43 - all connected by the D-Gate Tram - which also connects satellite concourses C & D with the centralized check-in and baggage claim areas.

     

  • Hawaiian to Delta
    May 22, 2012
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    My family and I will be flying in on Hawaiian at 7:10am and are hoping to fly out on Delta at 8:00am. If we only have carry on will we have enough time? Thanks!

     

    You arrive at LAS in Terminal 2 and depart from Terminal 1, Concourse D (D gates). An exterior sidewalk connects both T1 and T2 (not recommended though in inclement weather condition. Alternatively, a courtesy shuttle is also available to transport travelers between terminals. Look for the shuttle stop located in the center media outside of Terminal 2. You have enough time - however at Terminal 1 you need to go through security check again.

     

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