Starting Wednesday, US Airways passengers at Los Angeles International Airport will need to go to Terminal 3, not Terminal 1, because the airline is moving its operations.
"All US Airways ticketing and check-in, aircraft gates, baggage services and customer service will begin operations in Terminal 3 with the airline's first flights from LAX the morning of Feb. 12," according to an airline statement Tuesday.
US Airways will share Terminal 3 with Allegiant Air, Frontier, JetBlue, Spirit, Virgin America and Virgin Australia. US Airways is leaving Terminal 1 to Air Tran and Southwest Airlines, also partner carriers.
Passengers on American Airlines, which operates from Terminal 4, and US Airways will be able to shuttle between the two terminals without leaving security. The shuttle stops at Gate 39 in Terminal 3 and Gate 44 in Terminal 4.
An airport spokeswoman said signage about the switch would be in place for travelers who enter the airport on Wednesday.