Phone number: +1 800-227-4500

Arrivals Terminal:

Qantas is the official airline company of the country of Australia. Qantas has been around for almost a hundred years, travels to nearly 85 different destinations, and it is definitely the largest airline company in its native country.

The passengers of Qantas are usually welcomed at the B terminal. This makes sense as this is the terminal that handles international flights.
Sometimes, however, the flight is a codeshare flight, and because it can be operated by a different airline, then it can land at a different terminal as well.
It depends on the partner airline and the destination from which the flight came from, but usually the flight may land at either Terminal 2, Terminal 4, Terminal 5, or Terminal 6.

Departures Terminal:

Just like the arriving Qantas flights, the departing Qantas Airlines flights are also handled by the B terminal most of the times. Usually, and especially when the flight is a codeshare flight, then it can operate from Terminal 2, Terminal 4, Terminal 5, or Terminal 6.
Passengers should be striving to find out, preferably prior to their arrival at the LAX, which terminal their flight is set to leave from. This saves time and avoids unwanted confusion!

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Qantas mainly travels to Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney from the LAX. It may be interesting to note that the route to Sydney, Australia is amongst the top ten busiest international routes from the LAX, and it is operated largely by Qantas Airlines.
Inquire more information about the flights of this airline along with their services by contacting them at +1 800 227 4500.


Qantas Airlines is a member of the OneWorld Alliance of airlines that enables it to codeshare flights with numerous airline companies around the world. When it comes to partnering with companies at the LAX, the main allied airlines are American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Air Tahiti Nui, Fiji Airways, and WestJet.