Los Angeles International Airport

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Experts: LAX Will Be Nation’s Busiest Airport This Thanksgiving

Travelers who plan to fly into or out of Los Angeles International Airport will have a lot of company this Thanksgiving.


Walter Wenko was last seen leaving the customs area at Los Angeles International Airport after disembarking from a flight. (credit: LAPD)

Man Goes Missing After Disembarking From Flight At LAX

Authorities asked for the public’s help Tuesday in locating a 70-year-old man who went missing after getting off an international flight at Los Angeles International Airport.


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Century Boulevard Near LAX To Be Closed Overnights Through Nov. 21

Motorists whose routes will take them near Los Angeles International Airport will need to plan ahead with overnight closures set for westbound Century Boulevard for the next two weeks, starting Monday night.


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TSA Agent Remembered On 1st Anniversary Of LAX Shooting

The first TSA agent killed in the line of duty was remembered Saturday, one year after he was gunned down near a security checkpoint in a packed terminal at Los Angeles International Airport.


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Airport Police Union Calls For Security Gap Fixes After Last Year’s LAX Shooting

Nearly a year after the fatal shooting of a Transportation Security Administration officer at LAX, members of the Airport Police union complained Thursday that little has been done to increase security at one of the nation’s busiest airports.


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Reported Bird Strike Forced Plane Into Holding Pattern Above LAX

A reported bird strike forced a domestic flight into an extending holding pattern above the city before returning to Los Angeles International Airport early Thursday.


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Rep. Maxine Waters To Discuss LAX Ebola Screening, Emergency Response Protocols

Rep. Maxine Waters will meet Tuesday with officials from Los Angeles International Airport and local health departments to discuss Ebola screening and emergency-response protocols at the airport.


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LAX-Contracted Janitorial Form Ordered To Pay Nearly $1M In Back Wages, Fines

A Los Angeles janitorial firm catering to aviation companies has been cited by State Labor Commissioner Julie Su and ordered to pay nearly $1 million in back wages, damages and fines, the Labor Commissioner’s office said Thursday.


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Pilots Strike Forces Cancellation Of Lufthansa Flights From LAX

Three departing Lufthansa flights from Los Angeles International Airport were canceled Monday because of a strike by a pilots’ union.


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Aeromexico Flight Aborts Takeoff At LAX

No injuries were reported, but one of Los Angeles International Airport’s main runways had to be closed followed the aborted takeoff of an Aeromexico flight to Mexico City on Saturday morning.


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6 Passengers Aboard Delta Flight Assessed At LAX After Falling Ill

Authorities say a handful of people complaining of chills were assessed by first responders after landing at Los Angeles International Airport Saturday.


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LAX Unveils Automated Kiosks For International Travelers

Dozens of new automated kiosks that will allow some international travelers to pass through Los Angeles International Airport were unveiled Wednesday.


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Southwest Airlines Jet With Malfunctioning Flaps Lands Safely At LAX

A Southwest Airlines jet landed safely at Los Angeles International Airport Saturday after reportedly experiencing a problem with its flaps.


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Construction Begins For Terminal 1 Modernization Project At LAX

A groundbreaking ceremony was held Tuesday for the Los Angeles International Airport’s Terminal 1 Modernization project.

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$10M Grant Given To Soundproof Inglewood Homes From LAX Noise

The roar of planes coming in and out of Los Angeles International Airport may become more of a dull rumble for Inglewood residents now that the city has received federal money to soundproof homes.




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