What Is the LAX Airport's Main Terminal?

The Tom Bradley International Terminal, also known as Terminal B, is Los Angeles's main international terminal. Additional terminals numbered one through eight serve as hubs for 20 domestic and international airlines.

The Tom Bradley International Terminal forms the bottom of Los Angeles' U-shaped airport. This terminal serves high-traffic international carriers including Air France, Emirates, KLM and Singapore Airlines. Domestic carriers such as Delta, United and American Airlines each use a few gates in the numbered terminals that stem from the U shape's long corridors. American Airlines and American Eagle, for example, share gates 41 through 48 in Terminal 4 with Australian-based airline Qantas.