Alaska Airlines Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Terminal 6 (T6)

Los Angles, California

Hensel Phelps relocated Alaska Airlines from Terminal 3 to Terminal 6, morphing the new terminal into Alaska’s signature “Airport of the Future”.

Hensel Phelps renovated Terminal 6 to support Alaska Airlines full operations at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The team relocated Alaska Airlines (AS) from Terminal 3 to Terminal 6, morphing Terminal 6 into Alaska’s signature “Airport of the Future.” The scope featured a new state-of-the-art in-line baggage screening system to replace the existing system, and an overall terminal upgrade which included a new AS ticket lobby, expansion of the security checkpoint, passenger hold rooms, a new AS first class lounge, support offices, refurbishment of passenger boarding bridges, construction of a Federal Inspection Services (FIS) bridge to increase gate accessibility, elevator/escalator replacements, and the implementation of a new IT system for all Terminal 6 airline tenants.

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