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A $652-million project to move LAX runway will be scrapped after lawsuit

A proposal to move the northernmost runway at Los Angeles International Airport closer to homes will be shelved indefinitely under an agreement announced Wednesday, ending a key lawsuit challenging the planned modernization of LAX. The settlement, which will go before the City Council for approval...

American Airlines gives Hollywood a voice on operations

2 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

American Airlines flies more passengers out of Los Angeles International Airport than any other carrier and wants to maintain that dominance, especially among L.A.’s high-spending glitterati in the entertainment industry. To do that, American has created a panel of advisors from the entertainment...

Employees of Evacuated Cargo Facility at LA Airport Allowed to Return to Work

Employees of an evacuated cargo facility at the Los Angeles International Airport were allowed to return to work, the airport’s police said.

Cargo Facility at Los Angeles Airport Evacuated Over Security Concerns

According to airport police, a cargo facility was evacuated at Los Angeles International Airport because "questionable materials" were found.

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan is again detained, this time at LAX

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan found himself detained once again while trying to enter the United States, this time at Los Angeles International Airport.  Khan, one of India's biggest celebrities, took to Twitter on Thursday night to express his disappointment, although he did not specifically...

LAX accepts $4 million grant to cut carbon emissions

Los Angeles International Airport will receive a federal grant of about $4 million next month to help reduce pollution from airplanes on the ground.  The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners voted Thursday to accept the grant, which is part of the Voluntary Airport Low Emissions, or VALE, program,...

LAX becomes No. 1 in dog relief stations

3 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

Here is news that should come as a relief to dogs (and their owners): Los Angeles International Airport now leads all U.S. airports in total bathroom stations for dogs. In an event Friday that included a ribbon-cutting ceremony and free massages and grooming for dogs, LAX officials opened seven...

Interview: Timothy Nolan and his public art project at LAX

If you find yourself in Terminal 7 at the Los Angeles International Airport, you can’t miss Timothy Nolan’s new public art project, a series of  large-scale prints, made from collages that incorporate images of maps, galaxies, and other ephemera from the days when we looked things up in encyclopedias and used atlases to find our … read more... Show More Summary

Niall Horan Of One Direction Ruthlessly Mobbed By Directioners At LAX [Video]

One Direction’s intense fan base continues to prove that there is no such thing a hiatus from fame. As Niall Horan, one-fourth of the “Drag Me Down” crooners, attempted to make his way through Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on Tuesday, a horde of Directioners — the moniker imparted onto the collective by the music... Show More Summary

Two travelers planned a three-day layover in Istanbul but soured on the idea. What can they do?

In the spring, Irene Kennedy of Laguna Niguel bought two round-trip tickets on Turkish Airlines from Los Angeles International Airport to Sofia, Bulgaria. She and her daughter, who is traveling with her, wanted to spend more time in Istanbul, so they arranged a three-day layover. Now they’re less...

3 from Inland Empire killed in fiery crash near LAX

Three people were killed and a 19-year-old was critically injured when a car crashed and flipped over while driving toward the 405 Freeway near Los Angeles International Airport. The wreck occurred just before 8 a.m. Saturday on the Century Boulevard connector road to the southbound lanes of the...

The airline behind the flying apartment has a new strategy for attracting first-class and business customers

This week, Etihad Airways opened is new premium lounge at Los Angeles International Airport. For airlines, courting high-end business and first class clientele is an important part of sales strategy. And one of the key elements in the sales pitch is the airport lounge. Show More Summary

Century Boulevard pothole fixes and repaving could thwart your next trip to LAX - starting now

Three upcoming construction projects may affect your drive to the airport if you take the 405 Freeway and Century Boulevard, one of the main arteries into Los Angeles International Airport. The temporary road and lane closures mean passengers and their rides should plan ahead time-wise. LAX warns...

Tom Hiddleston Arrives In Los Angeles To Support Taylor Swift After VMA Snub

Tom Hiddleston landed in Los Angeles earlier this week following Taylor Swift’s shocking VMA snub. According to new photos, Tom Hiddleston was seen arriving to the Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday before likely reunitingShow More Summary

11 pounds of meth found in lining of passenger's suitcase at LAX

Customs officers at Los Angeles International Airport found more than 11 pounds of methamphetamine in the lining of a woman’s suitcase who had just arrived from Mexico, authorities announced Wednesday. The passenger, a 27-year-old woman from San Ysidro, had arrived from Guadalajara on July 18 and...

First Look: Etihad’s New LAX Lounge

As I first wrote about late last month, Etihad Airways is opening a new lounge at Los Angeles International Airport this month. This is Etihad's third lounge in North America. Presently Etihad also operates a lounge at New York JFK and Washington Dulles. The great news is that the Etihad Lounge LAX is now open daily from 1:30PM until 4:55PM. Show More Summary

More construction ahead as Delta relocates at LAX

The battle to dominate at Los Angeles International Airport rages on: Delta Air Lines has received a green light to go ahead with a $1.9-billion plan to relocate and expand its operations. Under an agreement approved by the Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners this week, Delta will move from...

WSJ Reporter's "Shocking" Discovery: DHS Can Confiscate Any Device Along The Border Without Suspicion

A WSJ reporter who covers the Middle East had a very "troubling" close-encounter with the US police superstate. Maria Abi-Habib was detained by federal agents at Los Angeles International Airport, who demanded to confiscate her two cell phones, and was shocked to learn that border agents have the authority to do that. Show More Summary

Flight delays and cancellations continue after technical glitch causes havoc for Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines passengers could expect another day of delays and cancellations Thursday, even after officials repaired a computer glitch that left hundreds stranded at Los Angeles International Airport and across the U.S. Southwest officials said more than 221 flights were canceled Thursday...

Southwest Airlines passengers dealing with delays at LAX

Southwest Airlines passengers at Los Angeles International Airport, and nationwide, were experiencing delays Wednesday due to technical issues plaguing several systems. Southwest began experiencing “intermittent performance issues earlier this afternoon with multiple technology systems as a result...

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