Spirit Magazine - May 2013 - (Page 148)

Terminal Maps Southwest Airlines and Volaris General Information About Transferring Between Southwest Airlines and Volaris for Passengers Traveling to and from Mexico Book connections to Mexico at southwest.com Airport Terminals with Volaris Connections Las Vegas* (LAS) Los Angeles* (LAX) Chicago Midway (MDW) Oakland (OAK) San Diego* (SAN) San Jose (SJC) Terminal 1; Concourse B or C Terminal 1 Concourse A or B Terminal 2 Terminal 1; Gate 1-10 Terminal B connecting to volaris flights (to mexico) Terminal 3 Terminal 2 Concourse A; Gate A2 or A3 Terminal 1; Gate 1 or 3 Terminal 2; Gate 20 or 21 Terminal A; Gate 15 or 16 volaris arrival (from mexico) Terminal 3 Terminal 2 or Tom Bradley Int’l Terminal (TBIT) Concourse A; Gate A2 or A3 Terminal 1; Gate 1 or 3 Terminal 2; Gate 20 or 21 Terminal A; Gate 15 or 16 connecting to southwest flights Terminal 1; Concourse B or C Terminal 1 Concourse A or B Terminal 2 Terminal 1; Gate 1-10 Terminal B southwest arrival * LAS, LAX, and SAN transfers require a short walk or bus ride from one building to the other. Connecting to Volaris Flights (to Mexico) Southwest flight, Boarding Pass, • Upon deplaning theVolaris Terminal as listed • If you already have a Volaris the VolarisPass, • If you do not have a Volaris BoardingTicket proceed directly to you may proceed directly to you must first checkin at the Volaris in the chart on this page. Departure Gate (at LAS, LAX, and SAN this requires leaving Terminal 1 and walking or busing to Terminal 3 or 2 and then clearing the Terminal 3 or 2 TSA security checkpoint). note: Checked baggage will be automatically transferred to Volaris for you. Connecting to Southwest Flights (from Mexico) Volaris flight, all • Upon deplaning aclear U.S. Immigration Customers must • • before collecting checked baggage from the baggage carousel. You will then proceed through U.S. Customs to clear checked and carryon baggage. Once cleared through U.S. Customs, Customers with checked baggage will proceed to the Volaris Re-Check Desk, where baggage will be re-checked and transferred to Southwest Airlines. 148 spirit may 2013 note: If you have purchased duty-free liquor, • perfumes, or other liquids, these must be placed in your checked baggage before releasing baggage to the Volaris Re-Check Desk. Otherwise, the TSA will collect these items from you at the TSA security checkpoint when proceeding to Southwest Gates. Proceed to Southwest Airlines Terminal or Concourse (at LAS, LAX, and SAN this requires leaving the terminal you arrived at and walking or busing to Terminal 1). Counter at LAS, LAX, and SAN before departure. However, if transferring at MDW, OAK, or SJC, you may go right to the departure gate without leaving the secured part of the airport. already have a Southwest • If youor Security Document, you Boarding Pass may pro- • ceed through the TSA security checkpoint and on to your Southwest Departure Gate. If you do not have a Southwest Boarding Pass or Security Document, you must first checkin at the Southwest Ticket Counter or at an E-Ticket Check-In kiosk. http://www.southwest.com

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Spirit Magazine - May 2013

Spirit Magazine - May 2013
Gary’s Greeting
Gary’s Greeting en Español
Star of the Month
Freedom Story
From the Editor
Your Words
Your Pictures
Media Center
Eat Drink Sleep
Break out of the martini mold
Get cozy in Colorado
The Numbers
Watch your back for ninjas
Discover a secret strength
Learn a key to longevity
Wise Guide
Think like a lady
Pick up a trick from Penn Jillette
Cross time zones with confidence
The Great American Vacation
Plan your next great escape
The Summer Wins
Dear Matthew, Joshua, & Noah...
Your Adventure In Orlando
Life Adventure In Orlando
Promotional Series: Spirit of California
Promotional Series: Spirit of New Mexico
Make a May flower
Community Outreach
Route Map
Terminal Maps
Rapid Rewards Partners
Flight Service
The “If” List

Spirit Magazine - May 2013