LOS ANGELES
LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTFlights operated by JAL depart from and arrive at Tom Bradley Internatinal Terminal.

Updated: 2016/1/4

Airport guide Print

Arrival

Arrival flow

  1. 1

    Immigration

  2. 2

    Baggage Claim

  3. 3

    Customs

Layout

Key to symbols

  • Arrival
  • Departure
  • Connection
  • Security Zone
  • Public Zone
  • Security Zone (no use)
  • Stairs/
    Escalator
  • Toilets
  • Bus
  • Currency Exchange
  • Elevator
  • Taxi
  • Information
  • Train
  • Parking

Flights operated by JAL will arrive at Tom Bradley Internatinal Terminal.

At the 5th floor arrival gates area, there are stairs and escalators to the 3rd floor. At the 3rd floor immigration screening, area, there is immigration screening, and stairs and escalators to the 1st floor. At the 1st floor baggage claim area, there are stairs and escalators from the 3rd floor, currency exchange offices, and toilets (wheelchair accessible), and Once you pass through customs, there are toilets (wheelchair accessible), currency exchange offices, elevators, and exits to outside, where you will find buses and taxis, hotel bus stops, and rental car counters.

Arrival regulations

Quarantine

There is no quarantine check when entering the United States.

Immigration

Documents required for entry
Required documentsDescription
VISA

Japan is an eligible country under the United States Visa Waiver Program (VWP).
Japanese passport holders are permitted to enter the country without a visa provided that the duration of stay is up to 90 days, and the purpose of travel is tourism or business. (However, an ESTA application must be made beforehand.)

opens in new windowESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization)

Depending on the purpose of visit (study, work, etc.), a visa or additional documentation may be required. Please contact the US Embassy for further information.
(Example: A visa and supplementary documentation (I-20) are required if the purpose of the visit is study.)
US permanent residents and conditional permanent residents must show their permanent resident or conditional permanent resident cards (Green Card/I-551).

  • *Please note: If you are traveling after April 1, 2016 with ESTA on the Visa Waiver Program, it is essential that you are in possession of an IC passport. If you do not have an IC passport, you will need to apply for a visa.
Passport

A machine-readable passport (MRP) or an IC passport (IC chipped) valid until the date of return to your home country.

Immigration card
no visa
Not required
with visa
Not required.
Customs declaration formThis is required even if you have nothing to declare.
A return airline ticket or e-ticketPlease bring it.
About the APC KIOSK (Automated Passport Control KIOSK)

At Los Angeles, the following passengers are able to use the APC Kiosk to pass through Immigration.

Eligible passengers
  1. US citizens
  2. People carrying green cards
  3. People with B1 or B2 visas
  4. People with ESTA who are entering the US for the second or subsequent time
How to use the APC KIOSK

Follow the on-screen instructions to scan your passport and fingerprints, have your photograph taken, and answer questions to complete your customs declaration.
(You are able to select Japanese as a language option.)

  • *It is not necessary to fill in a customs declaration form if you are using the APC Kiosk.

Customs

Please show your passport and customs declaration form. (Your customs declaration form will be collected here.) If you have any items to declare, please declare them to an official.

Pets

Prior reservation is necessary if you wish to bring your pet, as the transportation environment within the aircraft needs to be prepared.

opens in new windowInquiriy - JAL International Reservation and Information

Please also be sure to check with the embassy or quarantine station at your destination for animal quarantine information such as import restrictions and required documentation.

Departure

Departure flow

  1. 1

    Check-in

  2. 2

    Security check

Layout

Key to symbols

  • Arrival
  • Departure
  • Connection
  • Security Zone
  • Public Zone
  • Security Zone (no use)
  • Stairs/
    Escalator
  • Toilets
  • Bus
  • Currency Exchange
  • Elevator
  • Taxi
  • Information
  • Train
  • Parking

Flights operated by JAL will depart from Tom Bradley Internatinal Terminal.

On the 3rd floor, there are elevators, stairs and escalators to the 4th floor, check-in counters, and toilets (wheelchair accessible). Once you pass through security on the 4th floor, there are elevators to the Qantas First Lounge on the 5th floor, elevators to the Oneworld Alliance Lounge on the 5th floor, elevators to the Los Angeles International Lounge on the 6th floor, as well as stairs and escalators to the 5th floor, toilets (wheelchair accessible), and Time Tower. On the 5th floor, there is the Qantas First Lounge and the Oneworld Alliance Lounge, elevators, stairs and escalators to the Los Angeles International Lounge on the 6th floor, as well as stairs and escalators to the 4th floor, and toilets (wheelchair accessible).

Departure regulations

Check-in

Check-in opens 3 hours prior to departure.
Please go to A counter (A11 - B20) on level 3 of the Tom Bradley International Terminal to check in.

Security check

Your carry-on baggage will be examined, and there will be a check for liquids in your possession.

opens in new windowRestrictions on liquids, gels and aerosols as carry-on baggage

Immigration

You do not have to go through Immigration when departing the United States.
Please hand in the immigration card* you completed upon arrival to airline staff.
If you do not hand in the card, you may face delays in the future when trying to enter the United States.

  • *If you have ESTA and you entered the US on the Visa Waiver Program, you do not need to submit an immigration card.
  • *The issue of this card has been discontinued as of May 2013, but if you entered the country prior to this date and have one attached to your passport, please hand it in.

Customs

There is no customs inspection when departing from the United States.

Lounge

Qantas First Lounge
This lounge is for First Class passengers and members of JMB Diamond and JGC Premier.
 The lounge is located after Security. Go straight on and take the elevator to level 5.
oneworld Lounge
This lounge is for Business Class passengers and members of JMB Sapphire and JAL Global Club.
 The lounge is located after Security. Take the elevator located in the center of the duty-free shopping area up to level 5.
Los Angeles International Lounge
This lounge is for Economy Class Normal Fare passengers and Premium Economy Class passengers.
 The lounge is located after Security. Go straight on and take the elevator to level 6.

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