Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
In true L.A. fashion, Los Angeles International Airport is the only airport to have a hit song named after it. Next time you visit, listen to it while you travel between terminals — either on foot or by bus. Of the many Los Angeles airports, LAX is by far the largest and most traveled airport in the city.
We’ve moved our operations at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Terminals 2 and 3.
For more seamless travel:
- Download the updated Fly Delta app and check it often for up-to-the-minute gate information, interactive airport maps and travel updates
- Review directions for traveling between terminals with connecting flights
- If needed, catch the new Delta buses before entering the terminal or at special gates inside the terminal after the security checkpoint to travel between T2, T3 and Tom Bradley International Terminal
- Follow directional signage. Airport staff are also available to help
Delta One® customers may enjoy Delta One(SM) at LAX which is located at the first entry point for Terminal 2 and can be easily identified by the "Delta ONE" signage along the curb. As we work to improve the Delta One at LAX experience, you will enjoy exclusive access to the front of the applicable security lane from a private corridor, ensuring a seamless check-in experience.
If you are departing from Terminal 3, you may check-in at the Delta One at LAX temporary check-in location at the ticket counter within Terminal 2, then take the inter-terminal bus to T3, or proceed through security at T3 and go directly to the gate. Please note that the inter-terminal buses between T2 and T3 operate on a frequent basis, and the travel time between terminals is only a few minutes.
Delta Sky Club has arrived in Terminals 2 and 3 at LAX. The club at both Terminal 2 and 3 are located on the Mezzanine Level .