What Is the LAX Terminal Layout?


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From the LAX terminal entrance, the first side of the loop has terminals one through three, followed by Tom Bradley International Terminal at the end. The other side of the loop has terminals four through eight. A terminal map is available on LAWA.org, as of 2015.

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To view the map, visitors to LAWA.org should click LAX. They should click Airport Maps, and then Airline Locations by Terminal. The map opens as a PDF, and lists the airlines at each terminal. The page also has maps for each terminal and a parking map. Individual terminal maps include the gate locations at each terminal and its amenities, such as food and shopping options.

The airport has an upper and lower level. Departures occur on the upper level and arrivals on the lower level. Walking distance between each terminal is about three to five minutes. LAX also offers an airlines connections shuttle that travels to each terminal within 12 to 15 minutes.

The airport has parking structures corresponding to each terminal, with the exceptions of the Tom Bradley International Terminal and terminal eight. The closest parking structures to the Tom Bradley Internationl Terminal are P-3 and P-4. Terminals seven and eight both use parking structure P-7. Terminal two has two parking structures, P-2 and P-2A.

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