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Work continued Saturday morning on a massive reorganization of airline terminals at Los Angeles International Airport, the nation’s second-busiest commercial airport.

But officials said that the relocation of 15 airlines, which began late Friday night and will continue over the next five days, was on schedule and had not encountered any major problems.

The effort involves moving Delta Air Lines from Terminals 5 and 6 to Terminals 2 and 3 and shifting 14 other carriers into the facilities vacated by Delta. The other airlines involved in the move this weekend include Virgin America, Virgin Australia, Allegiant, Boutique Air, Frontier, Sun Country and Volaris.

Delta, the largest operator affected by the move, will take three days to complete its relocation effort. As of Saturday morning, Delta flights were arriving at and departing from Terminals 3, 5 and 6.

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