Lost phone at LAX / Terminal B
I lost my phone at LAX airport on August 14h. Do you [more]Michel Atine 08/16/2018
Do we need a Visa?
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Im arriving in Terminal 1 goint to terminal B how muc [more]Shelly McCurdy 07/29/2018
meeting up with a friend in Lax
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- LAX Airport is located about fifteen miles southwest of downtown Los Angeles, in southern California, and is accessible via State Hwy 1, and Interstate Hwys. 405 & 105. To check on Airport conditions you can tune in to Air Radio 530.
- With four runways and 80.9 million passengers in 2016, Los Angeles International Airport is served by a multitude of domestic and international airlines offering flights across the U.S. and around the world, particularly long-haul flights to/from Asia, Australasia and Latin America.
On-Airport Hotels: Nearly 50 hotel/motels are located right on-Airport property - The Tom Bradley terminal offers free phone boards in the baggage area, connecting to hotels/motels, many of which offer free shuttle services located on the isles in front of each terminal, marked Red (color).
Transportation /Passenger Pickup: Message Boards at entrances and at parts of the Central Terminal Area CTA will inform drivers of congestion on one level with advice to use the other level. Traffic & Police motorcycle units will be at hand to educate drivers about Cell Phone Waiting Lots. For real-time airport traffic of the Airport Police Twitter site use @LAAirportPD. (Davidson Drive access to LAX in both directions between Alverstone Av. & Sky Way has been closed permanently.)
Currently Shuttles and buses are assigned to a single level. Hotel shuttles and Los Angeles airport shuttle A use lower arrivals level roads only. Private parking shuttles and Lot C buses use upper departure level roads only (check which level is right for your pickup). Use either (a) the low-cost FlyAway non-stop bus from Union Station, Van Nuys & Westwood; or (b) the Metro Rail Green Line. (Transport options & details are listed separately at this site). Rideshare UberPOOL & Lyft pick up/drop off on upper level roads only.
IMPORTANT NOTICES: LAX is changing day by day. To keep up with new developments, open: www.laxishappening.com/
- Airline Terminal Relocation of 15 airlines between May 12 - 17, 2017 involved 21 airlines and nearly 70 airline partners to relocate their operations - many of them to new terminals, others to new ticket counters in their current home. Relocation was done overnight and operations resumed at the new location the next morning. Delta relocated from T5 /T6 to T2/T3; JetBlue relocated from T3 to T5. Qatar Airways completed its relocation from T2 to the Bradley Terminal. Extra staff is at hand to be of assistance to passengers; however, it is important that passengers contact their airline prior to departing to the Airport.
- If possible, avoid rush hour times 5-9am to schedule your flight. Best time for flight for morning departures is 9-11am & 2-7pm and best days are Tuesdays or Wednesdays.
- As a number of the terminals are currently under construction - terminal construction alerts are at : www.laxishappening.com, and road construction advisories at: www.lawa.org/laxdev/RoadAlerts.aspx & la-next.com. The construction hotline is 310-649-5392.
- 45 HMSHost offers the 'Gourmet Street Truck' in Terminal 4, offering LA's best of diverse cousine with Mexican flavors.
Los Angeles International Airport has 9 passenger terminals within the 'Central Terminal Complex' (CTC) - currently served by a U-shaped two-level roadway. (For terminal details open 'Terminal Map' and scroll down to the deailed text; for Parking facilities and fees open 'Parking Map'; for Transportation open 'Transport'/ 'Buses, Trains'.)
Airlines currently assigned to Terminals 1 - 8.
- T1 is exclusively for Southwest
- T2 is for Aeromexico, Aer Lingus, Air Canada, Avianca, Hainan, Hawaiian, Interjet, Qatar, Sun Country, Thomas Cook, Virgin Atlantic, Volaris, WestJet and X Airways France. NOTE:
- Delta is planning to modernize and connect Terminals 2 & 3 to the Tom Bradley International Terminal 'over the next 7 years' - a $1.9B project.
- T3 is for Allegiant, Boutique, Frontier, JetBlue, Spirit, Virgin America, and Virgin Australia (departures only).
- T4 is for American
- American Airlines invests $1.6B over the coming 15 years to improve Terminals 4 & 5. It proposes 4 separate projects to be completed within the next 7-10 years: (a) A new vertical circulation core connecting to landside automated people mover train system (APM); (b) Unifying check-in & baggage claim areas and upgrading check-in facilities at T5; (c) Centralizing security checkpoint at the APM for T4/T5, and (d) Connecting T4 & T5 at both land & air-sides, including an above-ground connection, which would extend from T4/TBIT Connector to T5 on airside. )
- T5 is for American, American Eagle and Delta.
- T6 is for Alaska, Copa (departures only), Delta, Great Lakes, and Mokulele.
- T7/T8 houses United and United Express.
Airlines currently assigned to the Bradley International Terminal:
Aeroflot, Air Berlin, Air China, Air France, Air new Zealand, Air Tahiti Nui, Alitalia, All Nippon Airways, Asiana, Brtish, Cathay, China, China Easern, China Southern, Copa (some arrivals), El Al, Emiorates, Ethiopian, Etihad, EVA, Fiji, Iberia, Japan, KLM, Korean, ANA, Lufthansa, Norwegian, Philippine, Qantas, Saudia, Scandinavian, Sichuan, Singapore, Swiss, Transaero, Turkish, Virgin Australia (arrivals only) and WOW Air.
Parking: Terminals 1 - 7 have their parking Garages across from the street, except T8, which shares with T7 (across from T2 are garages 2A & 2B).
Current & Future Airport Developments: Phase 2 of the muli-billion dollar Airport Modernization Project started early 2015. In June 2017 American Airlines announced its $1.6B investment in the airport - spread over the coming 15 years - which is to 'dramatically improve' Terminals 4 & 5 (to be later connected).
As of May 2017 $508M Airport Project Upgrades are presently in Progress: - New terminal design with open & expanded views of flight operations outside; modernized concourse with redesigned waiting areas and larger restrooms; 24 new retail and dining concepts, including 3 new full-service restaurants - fully automated checked-baggage inspection and sorting system - new passenger boarding bridges - more charging stations. Construction will continue on to 2023.