The LAX Airport Terminal 2 was known as the original terminal, built-in 1962. For further advancements, it was torn apart and then rebuilt in the period between 1984 - 1988 cost about $94 million.
The airlines operated at this terminal are:
Gates 21 to 28 are hosted by the LAX terminal 2 for boarding with TSA Passenger Screening for security purposes.
LAX offers economy parking options for travelers and taxi owners.
The LAX Terminal 2 has multiple lounges. The first one is Delta Sky Club which remains open from 05:00 to 11:30. Services offered: TV, Wi-Fi, printers, flight monitors, drinks, snacks, showers, and more.
The second one is USO Lounge which is available 24 hours. Few services offered by the lounge are TV, snacks, drinks, an area for the children, and showers.
Once you have arrived at Terminal 2 and wait for your flight. You can visit the restaurants and fast-food outlets that are available in Terminal 2, some of them are:
There are several ways to transfer between the terminals. Either by walking between the terminals freely or by the shuttle services to move between the terminals.