City Council OKs Airport Ban On Cab Drivers Who Refuse Customers Based On RaceThe Los Angeles City Council has approved a policy banning cabdrivers from the airport for refusing to accept black customers.
Aftermath Of East Coast Blizzard Continues To Disrupt Air Travel At LAXIn total, the monster winter storm cancelled more than 11,000 flights nationwide.
Monster Winter Storm Disrupts Air Travel At LAXSeveral passengers Friday who were attempting to travel from Los Angeles International Airport to the East Coast faced flight delays and cancellations due to severe blizzard conditions.
UberX Begins Passenger Pickups At LAXMore transportation options were available Thursday to passengers traveling home from Los Angeles International Airport.
Passengers Face Flight Delays, Long Security Lines Amid Busiest Day For Holiday Travel At LAXAccording to airport police, today will be the busiest day for holiday travel at LAX.
Airport Police Detain Suspicious Person Who Gained Access To Airfield At LAXJust before 11 a.m., officers detained the suspicious person.
Lyft Drivers Now Legally Allowed To Pick Up, Drop Off Passengers At LAXStarting at 8 a.m., drivers were able to begin picking up travelers from the upper departure level of the airport, just in time for the busy holiday season.
4-Legged Friends Helping To Make Holiday Travel At LAX A Little Less StressfulHoliday travel can be stressful and often brings out the inner-Scrooge in all of us.
NWS Issues Dense Fog Advisory In LA, OCAccording to airport officials, the Tier 2 ground stoppage began at 7 p.m. on Wednesday for arriving flights that originated at airports up to 1,500 miles away from LAX.
Thanksgiving Travelers Find Police Out In Force At LAX After Worldwide Travel AlertThanksgiving holiday travelers arriving at Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday found plenty of police present and tougher security screening, just days after the State Department issued a worldwide travel alert.
LAX Workers Fast In Protest Of Allegedly Stolen Wages, Withheld BreaksCabin cleaners, attendants and other workers at Los Angeles International Airport began a fast Monday to protest what they say is the practice of employers withholding breaks or stealing wages from their workers.
Auto Club Projects Less Than 1 Percent Increase In Thanksgiving Travel This YearLower-than-expected job and economic growth will keep more Southern Californians close to home for the Thanksgiving holiday this year.