LAX - Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, United States

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Sometimes you have to leave security, get out of the building and then back in to get to your connecting flight.
6 years ago - davidk 0 comments
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Heading to Downtown LA from the airport, there are free shuttles from each terminal to the Green Line light rail station. Go downstairs and transfer to the Blue Line and in minutes you'll be there. Heading to Hollywood, switch to the Red Line, which will take you to Hollywood and Highland.
6 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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Renting a car at the airport is more expensive than let's say nearby Santa Monica and other places. The service is pretty slow as well and the discomfort in the buses combined with traffic are not worth it. Just jump on a train and rent a car later Downtown or Hollywood..
6 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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If your layover is long, take the Free C shuttle to the bus center and jump on a Santa Monica bus for less than half an hour to enjoy great food, shopping and scenery. It's only $1 each way and if it's peak time, give yourself an extra hour for traveling so you can get back in time.
6 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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Want somewhere to rest before an early morning flight? Courtyard by Marriott is an affordable choice and is walking distance from the terminal. The other hotels are expensive and do not differ much from each other.
6 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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Do not plan to shop for souvenirs inside the airport as they are not very appealing neither is there many options.
6 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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The Flyaway shuttle service from LAX is affordable and accepts credit cards. Fares are $7 to Union Station, $10 to Westwood, $8 to Van Nuys and $6 to La Brea.
6 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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LAX's terminals are immediately west of the interchange between Century Boulevard and Sepulveda Boulevard (State Route 1). The 405 Freeway can be reached to the east via Century Boulevard, and the 105 Freeway can be reached to the south via Sepulveda Boulevard.
5 years ago - aristea194 0 comments
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The closest bus stops to the terminals are the pair of opposites on Sepulveda and Century, served by Torrance 8, Metro 117, Metro 232, Commuter Express 574 and Metro 40 (owl service only).
5 years ago - aristea194 0 comments
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The FlyAway Bus is a motorcoach shuttle service run by the LAWA, which currently travels between one of three off-airport areas: San Fernando Valley (Van Nuys), downtown Los Angeles (Union Station), and the Westside (Westwood). The Irvine FlyAway was discontinued on August 31, 2012. The shuttle service stops at every LAX terminal. The service hours vary based on the line. All lines use the regiona...
5 years ago - aristea194 0 comments
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The airport also functions as a joint civil-military facility, providing a base for the United States Coast Guard and its Coast Guard Air Station Los Angeles facility, operating four HH-65 Dolphin helicopters, which covers Coast Guard operations in various Southern California locations, including Catalina Island.
Missions include search and rescue (SAR), law enforcement, aids to navigation ...
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Airport lounges[edit]
Terminal 2 (Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge, Air New Zealand Koru Club, Hawaiian Airlines Premier Club, Air France Affaires/ Premiere Lounge)
Terminal 3 (Virgin America LOFT)
Terminal 4 (American Airlines Admiral's Club, American Airlines Flagship Lounge, Qantas Club)
Terminal 5 (Delta Air Lines Sky Club)
Terminal 6 (Alaska Airlines Board Room,...
5 years ago - aristea194 0 comments
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Terminal 1 has 15 gates: Gates 1–3, 4A–4B, and 5–14, and houses AirTran Airways and Southwest Airlines. Terminal 1 was built in 1984 and is the largest of all of the terminals in terms of number of gates.
5 years ago - aristea194 0 comments
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Terminal 2 has 11 gates: Gates 21–21B, 22–22B, 23, 24–24B, and 25–28. It hosts most foreign airlines not using the Tom Bradley International Terminal along with a couple of domestic airlines.
5 years ago - aristea194 0 comments
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Terminal 3 has 12 gates: Gates 30, 31A–31B, 32, 33A–33B, 34–36, 37A–37B, and 38.
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Terminals 6, 7, and 8 are all connected airside via walking corridors, allowing arriving domestic passengers a seamless connection.
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Terminals 5 and 6 are connected via an airside underground walkway. Terminal 4 was previously connected via this underground walkway, but it is currently closed off.
5 years ago - aristea194 0 comments
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Some airlines provide an airside shuttle bus connection between terminals.
5 years ago - aristea194 0 comments
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Terminal 4 has 14 gates: Gates 40–41, 42A–42B, 43–45.
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Terminal 5 has 15 gates: Gates 50A–50B, 51A–51B, 52A–52B, 53A–53B, 54A–54B, 55A, 56–57, 58, and 59.
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