A move by Delta Air Lines into new terminals at Los Angeles International Airport this spring will set off what LAX officials are calling "a move of airlines never before seen at a major U.S. airport.'' - From KTTV
airport.'' Twenty-one airlines will be relocated to accommodate Delta's move from Terminals 5 and 6 to Terminals 2 and 3.
In addition, company officials say they'll have extra staffers on hand at LAX to help any lost passengers during the move.
"Delta's move is one more element of LAX's massive modernization effort which continues the transformation of the airport and will improve the guest experience,'' said Sean Burton, president of the Board of Airport Commissioners.
"While moving 21 airlines over three nights is a monumental task, Delta and the LAWA team have been planning and preparing for months to ensure a smooth transition.'' -- Air Canada (moving from Terminal 2 to Terminal 6) -- Allegiant (T3 to T5, T6 check-in) -- Avianca (T2 to Tom Bradley International Terminal, T3 check-in) -- Boutique Air (T3 to T6) -- Copa (TBIT, T6 check-in to TBIT, T3 check-in) -- Delta (T5/T6 to T2/T3) -- Frontier (T3 to T5, T6 check-in) -- Hainan (T2 to TBIT) -- Hawaiian (T2 to T5) -- InterJet (T2 to TBIT, T3 check-in) -- JetBlue (T3 to T5) -- Qatar (T2 to TBIT) -- Southwest Int'l (T2 to TBIT, T1 check-in) -- Spirit (T3 to T5) -- Sun Country (T2 to T5, T6 check-in) -- Thomas Cook (T2 to TBIT) -- Virgin America (T3 to T6) -- Virgin Australia (TBIT, T3 check-in to TBIT, T2 check-in) -- Volaris (T2 to TBIT, T2 check-in) -- WestJet (T2 to T3) -- XL France (T2 to T6) Copyright 2017 FOX 11 Los Angeles: Download our mobile app for breaking news alerts or to watch FOX 11 News | Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.