Los Angeles, CA, U.S.
Los Angeles (LAX)
Transferring within and between terminals
There are several options for transferring between terminals at LAX.
Terminals 4 and 6 are linked airside by an underground walkway.
There is also an airside transfer bus that runs from Terminal 4 to Terminal 6, the American Eagle Regional Terminal and Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) for customers connecting onto Qantas services.
To walk to TBIT for an international departure after arriving on a domestic flight, exit Terminal 4 (for American Airlines arrivals) or Terminal 6 (for US Airways arrivals) and turn left.
From an international flight (arrivals on airberlin, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Iberia, Japan Airlines, LAN or Qantas) to a domestic flight – clear immigration and customs, and recheck your baggage at the baggage recheck area. For both Terminal 4 and Terminal 6 connections, exit TBIT and turn right.
Walking is the fastest way to transfer between terminals, however you can also use the LAX Airport Shuttle A terminal transfer bus, which is available on the arrivals lower ground level.
Locations of oneworld® member airline departures:
|airberlin (seasonal operation)||All services||TBIT|
|American Airlines and American Eagle||All services||T4 & T6|
|British Airways||All services||TBIT|
|Cathay Pacific||All services||TBIT|
|Iberia (seasonal operation)||All services||TBIT|
|Japan Airlines||All services||TBIT|
US Airways (All US Airways flights will operate as American Airlines flights from 17th October 2015)
How long does it take to transfer between terminals?
Walking between TBIT and Terminal 4 takes approximately 5-10 minutes.
10-15 minutes to walk between TBIT and Terminal 6.
The underground walkway between Terminals 4 and 6 takes approximately 15 minutes.
The airside shuttle bus runs every 15 minutes and takes approximately 5 minutes.
The LAX Airport Shuttle A operates every 7-10 minutes and takes approximately 45 minutes to transfer between all terminals.