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LAX is undergoing an amazing transformation. Get updates, tips and all the latest happenings.
This $14 billion modernization has created 121,640 local jobs and pumped billions into our economy. Learn More ›
Runway Construction
Construction on three out of four runways is now complete with the final runway expected to be complete by June 2017. Passengers may experience delays and surrounding communities may notice increased air traffic noise. Learn more about the runway construction. Learn more about the runway construction.
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and Westfield unveiled the new Terminal 6 at LAX, featuring bold new design and 21 new retail and dining concept. Read more here.
Terminal 4 Connector
The Terminal 4 Connector is now open – linking the south side terminals 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 with the Tom Bradley International terminal for a more seamless passenger experience. Read more here.
November Construction Impacts
Progress is happening! Plan ahead as November construction is set to impact roadways, terminals, sidewalks, walkways, and parking structures. Be sure to read up on all construction updates here.
World Class Transportation Coming to LAX
APRIL 2016
Consolidated Rent-A-Car center, people mover train and new Metro stop all part of revolutionary transportation project. Find out all the details.
Parking Structures 1, 5, 6 & 7 Under Construction
Elevators will be closed for construction in Parking Structures 1, 5, 6 & 7. To find accessible routes, use our helpful wayfinding maps.
Parking Structures 3 and 4 Closures
Parking Structures 3 and 4 are undergoing elevator, stairway and pedestrian bridge construction. Use our wayfinding maps to navigate your way in and out of the structures.
Prepare for the Unpredictable
LAX is undergoing significant modernization and renovations right now, so there may be more traffic than normal on some days. Plan ahead, leave early and visit our real time traffic map before you go.
Where to FlyAway®
FlyAway® buses drop you off on the Upper Departure Level and pick you up on the Lower Arrival Level of each terminal. Look for the green "FlyAway, Buses & Long Distance Vans" signs and you'll find each bus marked with its service location. Click for more.
Early Morning Rush
When planning travel, keep in mind that 4 am to 11 am are the busiest hours at LAX.
No Lazy Sundays Here
Sunday night is the busiest time for arrivals, with 5:30 pm to 1:30 am being peak hours. Plan ahead and visit our real time traffic map before you go.
Go Against The Grain
When it's crowded on the departures level (mornings), drop your passengers off on the arrivals level. Or, when picking passengers up when it's crowded in the evenings, have them meet you on the departures level.
West Way Shortcut
Avoid lower level World Way loop traffic. Take the West Way shortcut on the upper level (a sharp left past Terminal 2) and make a fast right at "to Arrivals," and you'll end up across from the International Terminal.
Quick Exit
On the lower level, take the West Way shortcut just past Terminal 2, then make a left at Center Way to exit the airport.
1, 2, 3 Exit
When picking up at Terminals 1, 2 or 3, get in the left lane, and when you reach the Tom Bradley International Terminal, make a left on Center Way, then stay to the right and you can exit the airport on the lower level.
Cell Phone Waiting Lot
Located off W. 96th Street next to LAX Parking Lot C, it's the perfect place to wait for passengers to arrive or they can meet you there via the "C" Shuttle.
Terminal Finder
Find Out Before You Check In:
Before you fly, check out terminal construction updates and available food and shopping. Don't know your terminal? Use our handy Terminal Finder.
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Rock n' Brew before you go. LA's iconic restaurant is now open in Terminal 1.
Get charged up before you take off.
All the flavors of LA now inside LAX. See all the hot new dining options at LAX.
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LAX Upgrades
LAX is undergoing its largest improvement project ever and the best is yet to come.

In Progress:
  • Runway Construction
  • More charging stations
  • New luxury lounges
  • Modern gates and waiting areas
  • State-of-the-art baggage screening
> LAX modernization details
Tastes Of LAX
We're bringing the hottest local foods and libations to LAX.

Now Open:
  • Blue Window LA (Terminal 3)
  • Peet's Coffee (Terminal 3)
  • Angel City Brewery (Terminal 3)
  • Earthbar (Terminal 6)
  • Point the Way Café (Terminal 6)
  • WPizza by Wolfgang Puck (Tom Bradley International Terminal – pre-security)
> All LAX restaurants
Let's Shop!
There really is no better way to wait for your flight.

Now Open:
  • America! (Tom Bradley International Terminal – post security)
  • M.Fredric (Terminal 6)
  • SOL Surf (Terminal 1)
  • TUMI (Terminal 6)
  • CNBC Smartshop (Terminal 2)
  • Univision (Terminal 2, Before TSA)
> All LAX retail and Duty Free shops