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Using LAX Terminal 4 for security instead of Bradley

Using LAX Terminal 4 for security instead of Bradley

  1. Anonymous

    A while back you talked about using terminal 4 at LAX to avoid Bradley International. I bought Global Entry last year and last summer was excited about using it to fly to Venice, but when I got to Bradley I was told there was no special line for pre-check. So, I had to remove my shoes, etc., and go through a very long line. This year I will be flying to Dubrovnik out of Bradley. Am I correct that we should check our bags at Bradley, then walk over to terminal 4, go through security there, and then somehow get back to Bradley (through a tunnel?) without going through security again? We are flying in coach so no special treatment for our lowly status. I’m sure security lines are going to be longer this year than they were last summer. Would appreciate your advice. Diane

  2. Anonymous

    Yep, that should work! There’s a skybridge you can use after security: [URL]http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2016/03/02/lax-international-terminal-connector/[/URL]

    However, depending on which airline you’re flying to Dubrovnik you may not be eligible for PreCheck — not all airlines participate, especially for international itineraries, so make sure to check your boarding pass!

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