A big change is coming to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) this May, and we just couldn’t wait to share the news.
(January 20, 2017) – Delta will begin to relocate to Terminals 2 and 3 (T2 and T3), as part of its $1.9 billion investment at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The massive project will fully relocate Delta’s operations from Terminals 5 and 6 (T5 and T6) to T2 and T3 and, by 2023, will provide a secure connector to the north side of the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT), enabling seamless connectivity alongside airline partners. The relocation will also allow Delta to build a premier space with best-in-class check-in, faster connectivity, and an industry-leading customer experience.
Air travelers who can’t stand waiting in line will get some relief when Los Angeles International Airport opens its first two “innovation lanes” designed to speed security screening by up to 30%.
The two new lanes are scheduled to open at Terminal 7, home of United Airlines, by the end of this week. The Chicago-based carrier helped the Transportation Security Administration pay for the new equipment but declined to say how much it invested in the lanes.
Delta is moving forward with the first steps toward a $1.9 billion plan to modernize, upgrade and connect Terminals 2 and 3 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) over the next seven years. Los Angeles World Airports’ (LAWA) Board of Airport Commissioners approved a terminal facilities lease and license agreement earlier today. The future project, which will also provide a secure connector to the north side of the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT), enables Delta to build a premier space for its LAX operations alongside its airline partners.