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With the city in the midst of a sweeping $2-billion transformation of the Tom Bradley International Terminal, airlines that use the facility's old and new gates have been unable to replenish their aircraft with drinking water because of contamination
You can build yourself a bit of pleasure, beauty even, in that brief moment before a jet takes off or lands, and you can make security less of a hassle on your next trip to Singapore or Sri Lanka, but even a great building won't get people to fly to
Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX. (Brad Graverson/Staff Photographer) For decades, airline pilots at Los Angeles International Airport have parked airplanes in exactly the same way: Marshals holding giant glow sticks guide them to a gate.
Lorraine Bradley, daughter of former Mayor Tom Bradley, cheers in far left corner. Wednesday, Sept 18, 2013. (Brad Graverson / Staff Photographer) Posted: 09/18/13, 7:25 PM PDT Updated: 22 mins ago Phyllis Bradley, left, and sister Lorraine Bradley
The gates feature laser-based docking technology and computerized boarding bridges to accomodate larger aircraft like the Boeing 747-8 and Airbus 380...Photo by Brad Graverson 3-6-13 Los Angeles International Airport will open a key piece of its new $
A newly renovated terminal at Los Angeles International Airport will make it tough to remember there's a plane to catch. When it opens in August, the cavernous Tom Bradley International Terminal will highlight the excesses of Los Angeles, with its
Later this year, Los Angeles International Airport will open a major piece of its new, more than $1.5 billion international terminal, part of the most expansive public works project in city history. Proponents say the nation's third-busiest airport
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) starts today, and officials are warning travelers of major traffic delays near the terminal...Slated for completion in spring 2013, the project will also update the terminal with new outside escalators, signage
The northern entrance to the upper level of LAX's Tom Bradley International Terminal will be closed from 12:01 a.m. Monday through next spring as airport officials begin $23.5 million worth of exterior improvements. Los Angeles International Airport'
Barricades went up just after midnight today as the city's $4.1 billion airport renovation project affected some roadways around the central terminal area. Beginning at 1 a.m., the three inner lanes on the lower passenger arrivals level were closed