Terminal B Tom Bradley at LAX Guide

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Terminal B Tom Bradley

About LAX Terminal B

The LAX Terminal B has a total of 40 gates from 130 - 225. The terminal is massive. The Bus gates and ports are used to shuttle passengers from terminal 1’s check-in area, between terminal 2 and B.

Security Screening Areas

TSA Precheck: LAX has dedicated a TSA Precheck lane at each terminal for screening. Passengers can use this lane for speedy processing if they had applied online and paid a fee of $85, and attended an appointment at the enrollment center.

CLEAR: The CLEAR lanes in the terminals facilitate security clearance. Get access to this lane by enrolling and attending an interview for fingertips and iris (eye) scanning.

Airlines

Terminal B is massive and has 29+ airlines:

  • Aeroflot
  • Air China
  • Air France
  • Air New Zealand
  • Air Tahiti NuiAlitalia
  • All Nippon Airways
  • Allegiant
  • Asiana Airlines
  • Austrian Airlines
  • Avianca
  • British Airways
  • Cathay Pacific Airways
  • China Airlines
  • China Eastern
  • China Southern
  • Copa
  • Delta Air Lines
  • El Al Israel Airlines
  • Emirates Airlines
  • Etihad, and many more!

Departures

Departure levels are accessible at gates 101 to 159

Parking

LAX offers economy parking options for travelers and taxi owners.

Lounges

The LAX Terminal B has many airport lounges:

  • Los Angeles International Lounge: This lounge is open from 6:00 am to the last departure. Offers services such as premium food, Wi-Fi, snacks, drinks, newspapers, and magazines, TV, Telephones.

  • Star Alliance Business Class Lounge: This lounge offers services such as premium food, Wi-Fi, snacks, drinks, and showers, among others.

  • Qantas Airways International First Lounge: This lounge offers services such as premium food, snacks, Wi-Fi, drinks, showers, TV, private rooms, Internet Terminals, newspapers, and magazines.

  • The Centurion Lounge: Services offered: premium food, Wi-Fi, snacks, showers, spa services, children’s area, and internet terminals, among others.

  • Korean Air KAL Lounge: Services offered: snacks, showers, Wi-Fi, newspapers, TV, and Telephones, among others.

  • Etihad Airways First & Business Class Lounge: This lounge is open 3 hours before each departure. Offers services such as premium food, snacks, Wi-Fi, drinks, showers, TV, private rooms, Internet Terminals, newspapers, and magazines.

  • Oneworld International Business Lounge: Premium food, Wi-Fi, snacks, drinks, showers, newspapers and magazines, TV, Children’s area, among others.

  • Star Alliance First Class Lounge: International Terminal. Services: premium food, snacks, drinks, Wi-Fi, drinks, showers, newspapers and magazines, TV, private rooms, telephones, printers, and copiers.

  • Air New Zealand Elite Priority One Lounge: Premium food, snacks, Wi-Fi, TV, drinks.

  • The Emirates Lounge: Premium food, Wi-Fi, snacks, drinks, showers, TV, Internet Terminals.

Restaurants

The LAX Terminal B has many outlets available at the airside departures:

  • 7 Eleven
  • Cantina Laredo
  • Earl of Sandwich
  • Planet Hollywood
  • The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
  • Border Grill
  • pizza by Wolfgang Puck
  • Panda Express
  • Starbucks
  • Vini Volo

You can satisfy your hunger at the outlets while waiting for your flight.

Between Terminals

There are several ways to transfer between the terminals. Either by walking across the terminals or by using the shuttles provided by the terminals to transport the passengers.

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