LAX Airport Information & DirectionsLAX Airport does more than just get you around the world quickly and comfortably. Los Angeles International Airport is committed to bettering the surrounding communities. The LAX Community Relations Division is the Airport’s initiative to create and maintain positive relationships with the surrounding communities. It involves engaging surrounding communities in collaborative partnerships, whether through education, volunteerism, or business opportunities.
The Los Angeles International Airport is the busiest airport in the Los Angeles area, and seventh busiest in the world.
How To Navigate LAX Airport
The Airport website has a lot of useful information on the Airport in general, and flying with them. To determine which Terminal you will be departing through, you can visit the LAX Airport website and look up your Airline. It will give you the Terminal the Airline uses and the telephone number. See below for a quick overview of the Terminals and Gates.
LAX Terminals & Gate Information
- Terminals 1, 2, and 3 are found at the North side of the Airport compound.
- Terminal 1 can be accessed from Sky Way, South on 96th St. From Terminal 1, you can reach Gates 9, 10, 11A&B, 12A, 14, 16A&B, and 18A&B.
- At Terminal 2, you will find Gates 21-28 (including Gates 21B, 22A, 23A, 24A). There are also a few Duty Free shops in this terminal on the departures level.
- Terminal 3 includes Gates 30-39 (including Gates 31A&B, 33A&B, 37A&B). There are four restaurants in this terminal, all on the departures level.
- Terminal 4 is at the Southwest end of the compound and includes Gates 40-49 (including Gates 42A&B, 46A&B, 47A&B, 48A&B, 49A). There is also a nursing room by Gate 45 on the departures level.
- Go to Terminal 5 for Gates 50B-59 (including Gates 51A&B, 52A&B, 53A&B, 54A&B, 55A).
- Terminal 6 includes Gates 60-69 (including Gates 64A&B, 65A&B, 68A&B, 69A&B).
- Terminal 7 includes Gates 70A&B, 71B, 72, 73, 74A&B, 75A&B, 76A&B, 77A&B.
- Terminal 8 includes Gates 80-88.
- The Tom Bradley International Terminal is accessed from Terminal 4, and is five levels. Arrivals are on Level 1. Level 3 is for Ticketing, and Level 4 is TSA Passenger Screening and departures. Level 4 includes departure Gates 130-134, and 148, and 159, and 150-157. Level 5 and 6 are Mezzanines and you can find VIP Lounges here.
Park in P-1 or P-7 for terminal 1. P-7 parking structure is also connected to terminals 6, 7, and 8. Terminal 5 (and 6) can access parking in P-6 and P-5. Terminal 2 can access parking in P-2A and P-2B. Terminals 3 and 4 can both access parking in P-3 and P-4. All parking structures are accessible from both the upper departure level, and lower arrival level. Access parking via Century Blvd., traveling westward, or southward from Sky Way. Check out the rest of the site for better parking options.
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