LOS ANGELES (KABC) --A multimillion-dollar connector, which allows domestic and international passengers to move between several terminals, was officially opened at Los Angeles International Airport Thursday.
The $148.5 million connector gives travelers the chance to move between the Tom Bradley International Terminal on the west side of the airport with terminals four through eight on the south side of the airport.
It also allows domestic travelers to catch international flights without re-screening and provides a faster screening area for international travelers.
The new connector is part of a $15 billion makeover that is being done at LAX, the nation's third busiest airport.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.