Lax gate map
Lax terminal gate map. Lax gate map (California - USA) to print. Lax gate map (California - USA) to download. The Terminals of Los Angeles International Airport (see lax gate map) have a total of 128 gates in nine passenger terminals arranged in the shape of the letter U or a horseshoe. At Los Angeles International Airport (lax), passengers may move between terminals via a shuttle bus, or through various lax inter-terminal pedestrian connections.
Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) has 18 gates as its shown in lax map, including nine on the north concourse and nine on the south concourse. There are also nine satellite gates for international flights located on the west side of lax. Passengers are transported to the west side gates by bus. Tom Bradley International Terminal of lax hosts most of the major international airlines, with the exception of those housed in Terminal 2.
Departure gates in lax gate map have been permanently renumbered and there will be rotating gate closures during construction. Be sure to check display monitors for the latest lax gate updates. Many new concessions are now open. Check out all your dining options on the "Where to Eat Now" section of this page. Throughout 2017, watch for construction barricades outside lax Terminal 1 on both the east and west ends of the Upper/Departures Level, and on east end of the Lower/Arrivals Level.
As you can see in lax gate map every terminal has gate. Terminal 1 has 13 gates, terminal 2 has 12 gates, terminal 3 has 12 gates, terminal 4 has 16 gates, terminal 5 has 15 gates, terminal 6 has 14 gates, terminal 7 has 15 gates, terminal 8 has 8 gates, the Tom Bradley International Terminal of lax (TBIT), sometimes referred as Terminal B, has 28 gates. The Regional Terminal of lax has nine gates.