Los Angeles International Airport
Travelers, be advised: The Los Angeles International Airport has closed one of its four runways for safety repairs.
Van Nuys Airport and the Los Angeles Unified School District are enriching the caliber of science education for public school students.
The federal death penalty trial of a suspect charged in a deadly shooting spree at Los Angeles International Airport won’t begin until next summer – nearly three years after the crime took place, according to court papers.
A $229 million upgrade of Delta’s terminal at Los Angeles International Airport completed Wednesday will offer more privacy for passengers as they check-in for flights, officials said.
An American Airlines spokeswoman said Flight 005 took off from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Sunday morning on a scheduled 8 1/2 -hour nonstop flight to Hawaii.
An estimated 811,000 air travelers are expected to pass through Los Angeles International Airport during the Memorial Day weekend.
A plane bound for Boston was forced to return to Los Angeles International Airport Friday after a problem was reported in the cockpit.
The Joint Terrorism Task Force made two arrests in Southern California Thursday night, but the accusations against the suspects were not immediately made known.
A man who arrived at Los Angeles International Airport with more than 1,000 dried insects in his luggage – including 150 endangered butterflies – is expected to plead not guilty Friday to federal charges.
A law enforcement official at Los Angeles International Airport says a live stick of dynamite was accidentally left on an old plane at an airport museum for four days.
Unannounced inspections of commercial ground transportation vehicles, including limousines, door-to-door shuttle vans, taxis and buses, took place Wednesday at Los Angeles International Airport.
Airport officials responded to a new report that was highly critical of LAX’s security fence after the Associated Press found that people were hopping the fence.
Authorities say they’re investigating reports that debit and credit card information has been taken from a terminal at Los Angeles International Airport.
Kitson is trying to keep the cost of a liter at $2.55 and is suing the Hudson Group, which runs Kitson’s two LAX boutiques, for refusing to sell at that price.
A court fight over retail operations at one of the nation’s busiest airports led to allegations Friday that passengers are being gouged on bottled water prices.