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My elderly mother will be arriving T1 gate C23 and needs to get to ground transportation. Is there a people mover in this terminal or complimentary carts? How often does the green line run? How far is it to walk?
The Green Like constantly shuttles back and forth. If she has that much difficulty getting around perhaps she should request wheelchair service by contacting her airline.
Hi, hoping someone can help me! A few years ago I took a Virgin Atlantic flight shared with Delta, from LGW to LAX vis LAS and when I checked in at Gatwick, they gave me the boarding passes for all my flights. However, on the return flight, when I checked in at LAX (at the Delta area) for some reason I wasn't given a boarding pass for the second leg of the flight and was told I'd get it at the other end at Vegas. Yet when I got to Vegas, I didn't check in again, I just took the internal tram to my next gate, and there was nowhere there (at least not that I could find a machine) to print my boarding pass as I was "airside". I had been given a baggage sticker at LAX that apparently meant my bags had been checked all the way through.
I'm not the most experienced at flying and this was my first time to the U.S. - should I have somehow gone out through customs at Vegas and re checked in again? Or should I have been given all boarding passes at LAX? Hoping someone can help me, as this is putting me off flying in the US again as I'm so scared it's going to happen again and I'll get stuck in an airport or something! :( Thank you in advance. :)
You should have been given both boarding passes at LAX. if there was some technical issue where they could not, you could have gotten it at the gate in Las Vegas. There is no US Customs when leaving the US.
Is it possible to get from terminal 1 to terminal 3 without having to reclear security.
Theoretically yes, but it's not well marked and I haven't done it. You basically have to walk back towards the security checkpoint and then follow signs to the D-gates, take the train to D, then follow signs to the United baggage claim which will take you to the E-gates/Terminal 3.
Flying in on Allegiant with carry on luggage landing at 3:30. Switching airlines to Southwest. Is two hours enough time between flights? Do I have to go thru security again? Or do I just go directly to Southwest gate? Both are terminal one. Thanks for the help.
My daughter flies into C9 at LAS. She is a little nervous on where she will walk to in order to meet them. I told her to walk toward "baggage" and once she passes security, they will be standing there. I am unfamiliar with the LAS airport. Can anyone familiar with LAS help me to reassure her? Thank you.
Yes, this is pretty hard to screw up. LAS Terminal 1 has one large baggage hall.
I'm flying to LAS on United on the 8th of June, and I'm meeting up with family flying in from Toronto on Air Canada. We're staying at the same hotel (my uncle made these bookings). So where should I meet my uncle after I land, and is there a way I can carry a suitcase, a duffel bag, and a 20" guitar without making a mess of myself?