Delta Sky Way at LAX Transformation Completed Ahead of Schedule

Delta Air Lines and Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) have unveiled the final major phase of the $2.3 billion Delta Sky Way at LAX project, with Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International Airport now directly connected to the Tom Bradley International Terminal via moving airside walkways, officially eliminating the need for busing between terminals.

The airline’s west headhouse and Delta One check-in area opened to customers in June, providing another entry point for check-in and security access. Self-service kiosks in the lobby area make dropping bags and printing boarding passes even easier. On the lower arrivals level of Terminal 3, the exclusive Delta One check-in area offers customers a private TSA screening lane, direct access to the Delta Sky Club, light food and beverages and assistance from Delta’s Elite Service agents.

Delta’s new Terminal 3, a 1.2-million-square-foot, 27-gate complex, debuted last April, featuring a centralized check-in lobby, expanded security checkpoint and baggage claim area, as well as a Delta Sky Club. Nine additional new gates, new concessions and spacious seating areas opened to customers in October 2022.

Delta has invested more than $12 billion coast-to-coast in the past ten years. LAX serves as one of Delta’s most important coastal hubs, operating over 155 peak-day flights to nearly 55 destinations across the globe, serving 19 of the top 20 markets for Los Angeles customers. The airline continues to expand its network, with service launching to Auckland, NZ (October 30); Jackson Hole, WY; and Vail, CO (December 16).

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