The cause of the crash is under investigation.
The LAX police union gave its support Friday for new legislation that would ban the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) from allowing non-law enforcement personnel to wear metal badges.
Police at Los Angeles International Airport is asking for your help in identifying the owners of a wedding photo album that was left at the airport last year.
Officials say a runway at Los Angeles International Airport will be closed over the summer and into fall to make way for federally mandated construction.
A report issued Wednesday by a union that represents airline food workers is raising doubts about the safety of passengers’ food on flights at Los Angeles International Airport.
An Austin woman says she ended up in a janitor’s closet at LAX after she couldn’t find anywhere else to pump her breast milk.
The Southwest Airlines’ 737 planes tapped wings near Gate 1.
An estimated 811,000 air travelers are expected to pass through Los Angeles International Airport during the Memorial Day weekend.
The union that represents the rank-and-file police officers at Los Angeles International Airport is raising concerns over a plan to cut back on airport vehicle checkpoints to save money.
Five years ago, she was working on her plane. She walked into the flight school to clean up.
Mayor Eric Garcetti says more must be done to secure the airport in response to a report that ranked LAX near the top of a list of U.S. airfields plagued by perimeter breaches.
A full-scale emergency response training exercise was being held Tuesday at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, according to officials.
Authorities say they’re investigating reports that debit and credit card information has been taken from a terminal at Los Angeles International Airport.
Next time you fly into John Wayne Airport, hailing a taxi won’t be your only option.
Airport officials say an upcoming airfield maintenance and runway construction project will result in phased closures of the airport’s four runways and possible flight delays.