Hawaiian Airlines will be relocating its Los Angeles International Airport operations to Terminal 5 on Wednesday, which will provide improved curbside check-in and a corridor to other terminals without having to reclear security.
Each night, when the airlines that are moving have completed their operations they will begin the process of moving equipment to their new home, where they will begin operations the next morning, LAX predicts.
Delta is spending US$1.9 billion over the next seven years to upgrade Terminals 2 and 3, as well as its operations within the Tom Bradley International Terminal. The airline has one nonstop daily flight between Los Angeles and Kahului Airport.
The final change will be XL France, which will move from Terminal 2 to Terminal 6 when it resumes seasonal service June 4.
"During the renovation and in the weeks following, passengers are advised to check in online, print or download boarding passes and check terminal and gate information before coming to LAX", Flint said.
Delta will also have additional gates (23 as opposed to 16) at Terminals 2 and 3, which will allow more spacing in between flights and less crowding in the terminal. Other significant changes include JetBlue, Allegiant, Hawaiian and Frontier moving to Terminal 5.
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Five green buses will ferry travelers to and from Terminals 2, 3, 5, and 6 where the big shifts unfold. They should also arrive to the airport earlier than normal.
Three buses will be looping the upper level departure terminal and two around the lower level arrival terminal.
The spa pop-ups will be available in Terminal 5 from May 13-16, Terminal 3 from May 13-17 and Terminal 2 on May 17 from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
A few moves have already happened: China's Hainan Airlines has moved from T2 to the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT); Copa's flights still leave from the TBIT, but check-in for flights moved from T6 to T3.
Avianca and Interjet (from Terminal 2 to Terminal 3 for check-in, with passengers walking to TBIT to catch their flights) and Spirit (from Terminal 3 to Terminal 5).
LAWA's Board of Airport Commissioners approved a terminal facilities lease and license agreement in July 2016 and the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved in August to enable Delta's relocation to Terminals 2 and 3.
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