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The Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 1 bedient AirTran Airways, Southwest und US Airways. The Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 2 bedient Aeromexico, Air Canada / Canada Jazz, Air China, Air France, Air New Zealand, Alitalia, Avianca, Hawaiian Airlines, KLM, LACSA, Northwest, Sun Country, TACA, Virgin Atlantic, Volaris et West Jet. The Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 3 bedient Alaska Air, Horizon Air, Jet Blue, Spirit Airlines, Virgin America et Virgin Australia.
The Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 4 bedient American Airlines, American Eagle und Qantas. The Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 5 services Aerolitoral, Delta Airlines and the Northwest. The Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 6 bedient Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Air, Continental Airlines, Copa Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Horizon Air et United. The Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 7 bedient United und United Express.
The Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 8 operates United Airlines and United Express, Great Lakes Airlines and Aer Lingus occasionally. Tom Bradley International Terminal am Los Angeles International Airport bedient Aeroflot, Air Berlin, Air Pacific, Air Tahiti Nui, Alaska Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Asiana Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, China Airlines, China Eastern, China Southern, Copa Airlines,
Emirates, EVA Air, Emirate, EVA Air, Iberia Airlines, Japan Airlines, Korean Airlines, LAN (Chili), LAN (Pérou), Lufthansa, Malaysia Airline, Mexicana Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Swiss International Airlines, Thai Airways et Turkish Airlines.
The LAX movement terminals
Having formalized their partnership in December, Alaska and Virgin America are poised to take the next move and join together at one of their biggest West Coast hubs: Shared use of the same room at LAX makes it even simpler for passengers to make a connection via the airline's mixed airline networks.
Rather than change terminal, visitors only have to take a few paces! This also means that a new airport-lounge will be available for those who fly frequently: Terminal 6 Alaska Lounges. One of the Alaska Lounge's main areas is on the intermediate floor of T6, near Tor 64. Enjoyment for the visitors of the Alaska Lounge:
In the course of this, the last operating date for Virgin America's Loft in Terminal 3 will be May 10, 2017. So, if you are a Virgin America passenger traveling to or from LAX on or after May 13, 2017, please be sure to register at Terminal 6.
Look for an e-mail from Virgin America Guest Services with more information - and you can also visit Virgin America's LAX airports page. Virgin America's two carriers look forward to seeing their customers in Terminal 6 soon!