American Airlines has moved its operations to Terminal 6 at Los Angeles International Airport.
As part of the move, American flights operated by US Airways will end operations at Terminal 3, and all US Airways ticketing and check-in, gates, baggage and customer service operations will begin at Terminal 6.
US Airways ticketing and check-in counters will be located on Level 2.
US Airways flights will operate out of four dedicated gates - 60, 61, 62 and 63 - with convenient access to connections on flights operated by American Airlines at Terminal 4 through an underground connector.
Shuttle service is also available to Terminal 4 and the Remote Terminal for American Eagle flights.
“Our expansion into Terminal 6 is the latest in our continued investment in the premier travel experience at LAX,” said J.C Liscano, American Airlines managing director of LAX.
“Larger, updated facilities and closer, easier connections between terminals will improve our customers’ experience and give us more room to grow.
“We’ve added some new destinations out of LAX, and we’re proud of the exclusive services we provide our most loyal customers.”
American begins new non-stop service today to Tampa, Florida.
The airline announced last week the start of a second daily flight from LAX to London Heathrow, beginning in March 2015.
Customers can book travel now for the second LAX-LHR flight.
American also began new, non-stop service from Los Angeles to Edmonton, Alberta, Vancouver, British Columbia, and San Antonio on October 2nd.