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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
The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners on Monday awarded another $23 million to Fentress Architects to help redesign a new baggage screening system inside LAX's Tom Bradley International Terminal, which only processes half of the luggage it
I don't want to say falling apart, but slowly needing some TLC." This should come as no surprise to Australian travellers, of whom an estimated 383,000 passed through the airport last year...Changes are in the works, however, and to some extent they'
Westfield Concession Management today was awarded a 17-year lease aimed at sprucing up the culinary and retail selections at the iconic Theme Building and two terminals at Los Angeles International Airport. The Los Angeles City Council unanimously
The Tom Bradley International Terminal expansion project is running at least two months behind schedule due to the unanticipated relocation of several utility lines, coupled with unseasonable fog that shrouded Los Angeles International Airport,
Customs and Border Protection will deploy 20 additional officers over the next year to process travelers passing through Los Angeles International Airport, Councilman Bill Rosendahl said today. Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein told Rosendahl's office
The Board of Airport Commissioners approved a settlement and license agreement with Los Angeles West Terminal Fuel Corp. that allows construction workers to reroute the fuel pipelines without interrupting service to the Bradley terminal and LAX's