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Los Angeles International Airport is the main airport in the California area and one of the most prosperous airports in the United States. Los Angeles airport is huge, but some of the terminals are not connected and the airport is often refurbished. These problems can make passengers feel confused. Luckily, with this airport strategy we have prepared for you, you no longer have to be afraid of getting lost at Los Angeles Airport.
There are nine terminals in Los Angeles Airport, which are arranged in a horseshoe shape. There are some free shuttle buses which are called LAX Shuttle between the various terminals. The Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) in the middle is dedicated to international flights, the other 8 terminals are US national aviation docks.
TBIT：Aeroflot，Air Berlin，Air China，Air France，Air New Zealand，Air Tahiti Nui，Alitalia，All Nippon，Airways Asiana，British Airways，Cathay Pacifc，China Airlines，China Eastern，China Southern，Copa (Partial arrival flight)，El Al Israel，Emirates Airlines，Ethiopian Airlines，Etihad，EVA Air，Fiji Airways，Iberia，Japan Airlines，KLM，Korean Air，LAN Airlines，Lufthansa，Norwegian Air，Philippine Airlines，QANTAS SAUDIA，Singapore，SWISS，Transaero Airlines，Turkish Airlines，Virgin Australia (Arrival flight)
T2: Aeromexico,Air Canada Avianca,Hawaiian Air, Qatar Airways, Sun Country, TACA, Virgin Atlantic, Volaris, WestJet
T3: Allegiant, Air Boutique, Air Frontier, JetBlue, Spirit, Virgin America, Virgin Australia (Departure flight)
T6: Alaska, American, Copa (Departure flight)，Great Lakes
T7/T8: United, United Express
All free Shuttle buses, airport buses , hotel buses and taxis are all at the Lower/Arrive Level of the terminal building, and you can reach downtown Los Angeles in about 20-25 minutes.
Take the LAX Shuttle and then take the free bus from the airport to the Metro or bus stop. There are one shift every 12-15 minutes.
Free access to the Aviation Station of Metro Green Line on the LAX Shuttle G
Take the LAX Shuttle C for free to the Lot C parking lot, where you can transfer to many City Bus Centers such as Culver City Bus Lines, Santa Monica Big Blue Bus, and Torrance Transit
Most hotels near the airport also offer free pick-up and drop-off. You can go directly outside the airport and wait in the place marked by Hotel & Parking Lot Shuttles.
The most convenient way is to take a taxi and wait in front of the yellow sign with "Taxi". The airport taxi starts at $19 and costs about $46 from the airport to downtown Los Angeles.
If you are a self-help tour in Los Angeles, it is necessary to rent a car. In the place marked "Rental Car Shuttles", you will see a lot of free shuttle buses from the car rental company.
The first situation is when Los Angeles is your destination.All you need to do is get off the plane → immigration certificate inspection → take out the baggage → pass the customs → leave the airport.
The second situation is that you need to transfer in Los Angeles.All you need to do is get off the plane → immigration certificate inspection → take out the baggage → pass the customs → check the next flight baggage → take the boarding pass → boarding security check → boarding.
There are many quality duty-free shops in Los Angeles Airport. In the international terminal, Westfield Shopping Centre opened a store with 58 mainstream restaurants and shops. The main items included here are some of the more mid-range brands such as Micheal Kors, Hugo Boss, Coach, Tumi and more.And if your goal is a luxury brand, then DFS duty-free shops in the international terminal can meet your needs, such as La mer, Estee Lauder, La pairie and so on.
When shopping in a duty-free shop, the store will be a bit crowded, so you need to pay attention to your money security, it is best to carry a waist bag or chest bag instead of a backpack. In addition, you will need to present your boarding pass at checkout, and the relevant personnel will send your goods to your boarding gate after the account is closed.