TSA’s decision to allow passengers to go through the pre-check screening line designed for those with approved security clearance, some say, is compromising safety.
Los Angeles County health officials are monitoring an unspecified number of people who recently arrived in the Southland from West Africa, but none of them are suspected of having the Ebola virus, the county’s top health officer said Friday.
The Metro Board Thursday approved plans to build a new light rail station near Los Angeles International Airport, a move long overdue for a city whose mass transit leaves much to be desired.
Tens of thousands of passengers traveled through Los Angeles International Airport on Christmas Eve.
The State Department Friday issued a global travel alert in light of threats against American embassies.
Beyonce and Jay-Z’s recent trip to Cuba set off a firestorm of protest.
More people are expected to get away this holiday season as compared to last year.
More than two million passengers are expected to pass through Los Angeles International Airport during the holiday travel season, despite numerous canceled flights out of the Midwest due to a winter storm.
Some flights scheduled to depart from Bob Hope Airport in Burbank have been canceled because of an electrical outage that left a runway in the dark.
A protest by hundreds of employees at Los Angeles International Airport caused delays on what is traditionally known as the busiest travel day of the year.
A labor dispute has prompted Australian-based Qantas to ground its entire fleet worldwide.
All flights to the northeast out of Los Angeles International Airport were canceled Sunday as Tropical Storm Irene lashed the Eastern Seaboard.
Amtrak plans to offer half-price fares this weekend to passengers traveling between Union Station in downtown and Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, giving travelers another option during the upcoming closure of the San Diego (405) Freeway.
It could take several days for thousands of stranded travelers to get home after a United Airlines computer system shut down for several hours, leading to widespread cancelations Friday night.
Travelers planning to visit the San Jacinto Mountains Sunday will need to carry chains, the California Highway Patrol said.