LAX Terminal 1 Information

What's happening at Terminal 1

A $477.5 million extension of Terminal 1 into a formerly open area includes the first Terminal Vertical Core, which will connect the building to a pedestrian walkway to the future CTA Center Automated People Mover Station. The new construction also includes a bus port, and additional ticket counters and baggage carousels, plus restrooms and a service-animal relief area.

For interactive 3D map click here.

Airlines that Check-in at Terminal 1

  • Allegiant Air*
  • Breeze Airways*
  • Cayman Airways*
  • Frontier*
  • Southwest (Domestic Flights)
  • Southwest* (Int'l Check-in)
  • Sun Country*
  • Viva Aerobus*
* Passengers check-in at Terminal 1; will be bused to Terminal B (Tom Bradley International West Gates) where flights depart/arrive.
  • Other Eats: Waiting for your flight? A valid boarding pass for same-day departure gets you into any terminal for other dining and retail options.
  • Keep Movin': If dropping off passengers at Terminal 1, drive to the farthest end of the drop-off lane after the construction barrier where it's often less crowded.
  • Departure gates have been permanently renumbered and there will be rotating gate closures during construction. Be sure to check display monitors for the latest 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 Terminal 1 on both the east and west ends of the Upper/Departures Level, and on east end of the Lower/Arrivals Level.
  • Much of the drop-off lane at Terminal 1 on the Upper/Departures Level is closed, so expect delays. Consider dropping off between Terminals 1 and 2 instead.
  • During construction, sidewalks outside Terminal 1 on both levels will be impacted, but we'll have temporary sidewalk areas set up and signage to direct you.
  • $508-million upgrade underway
  • New terminal design with open and expanded views of flight operations outside
  • Modernized concourse with redesigned waiting areas and larger restrooms
  • 24 new retail and dining concepts, including three new full-service restaurants, plus a mix of quick-service restaurants and grab-and-go food options
  • Fully automated checked-baggage inspection and sorting system
  • New passenger boarding bridges
  • More charging stations
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