American Airlines Moves Service to Terminal 6 in Los Angeles International Airport

American Airlines has started operations in Terminal 6 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).  

As of Wednesday, November 5th, American flights operated by US Airways discontinued their flight services into Terminal 3.  

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The following day, November 6th, all US Airways ticketing and check in, gates, baggage, and customer service operations commenced at Terminal 6.

Their tickets and check in counters are located on the second level and flights will function out of four gates -60, 61, 62, and 63. 

American Airlines will continue to operate at Terminal 4 and connecting flights at Terminal 4 can be accessed via an underground connector or a service shuttle. The shuttle also services the Remote Terminal for American Eagle flights.

American Airlines has also started new nonstop service to Tampa, Florida (TPA) and recently announced a second daily flight from LAX to London’s Heathrow (LHR) starting in March 2015. 

Additionally, American began nonstop service from LAX to Edmonton, Alberta, Vancouver, British Columbia, and San Antonio. 

American’s most eltie customers are eligible for private check in with Flagship Check-In service as well as Five-Star Service and TSA PreCheck. There are also three lounges available with amenities for these customers pre-flight, including a new Admirals Club location at the American Eagle terminal. 

American’s top customers may be entitled to a luxury airport transfer program which escorts customers to their connecting gate in a Cadillac CTS, SRX or Escalade.

For more information, visit www.aa.com/findyourway or www.usairways.com/findyourway  

 

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