Air-New-Zealand-777-300ER-2010-60Great news for Air New Zealand passengers as they just announced the airline will be switching terminals at LAX come December 3, 2014. I’m happy to hear the news because T2 is my least favorite terminal at Los Angeles International and TBIT (Tom Bradley International Terminal) is my favorite — thanks to the 1.9 billion dollar renovation.

Air New Zealand currently operates double daily services between Auckland and Los Angeles as well as a daily service between Auckland and London, all using Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

The airline’s first service to Tom Bradley International Terminal will be NZ6 which is expected to touch down in LA at 10.30am on Wednesday, 3 December 2014.

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