Fourth Of July Travel Rush ContinuesAirport officials say 272,358 passengers and 113,779 vehicles are expected to pass through the Los Angeles International Airport Monday, topping Sunday’s traffic numbers.
Holiday Travel Rush Underway At LAXMore than 4 million travelers are expected to travel through Los Angeles International Airport during the holidays.
LAX Looks To Bolster Holiday Travel Security With Concrete BarriersAuthorities Wednesday unveiled concrete K-rail barriers as the latest safety measure at Los Angeles International Airport.
La Mirada Named Nation's Top Traffic Hot Spot For Thanksgiving Travel WeekendNearly 51 million Americans are expected to travel 50 miles or more for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, the biggest holiday travel weekend since 2005.
Weather Could Complicate Labor Day Weekend GetawayTravelers taking off for the last long weekend of summer should plan ahead for possible weather delays, and of course, heavy traffic.
Memorial Day Getaway Gets UnderwayMore than 3 million Southern Californians will hit the road for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California.
AAA: Nearly 7.7M Southern Californians To Travel Over The HolidaysThis year, LAX is projected to be the third-busiest airport in the country.
LAX Christmas, Holiday Travel Jumps 9.5 PercentA record 4.3 million travelers are expected to pass through Los Angeles International Airport during the Christmas and New Year’s Day holiday travel season, a 9.5 percent jump since last year.
AAA: Nearly 50M To Travel For Thanksgiving Holiday WeekendThousands will hit the road Wednesday for the Thanksgiving holiday getaway.
More Than 800K Travelers Will Pass Through LAX Over Labor Day WeekendFriday is projected to be the busiest travel day, with about 223,000 commuters.
Busier-Than-Ever, LAX Sees Increase In Security Amid Recent Terror AttacksTerror attacks in Bangladesh and Turkey didn’t stop holiday travelers in Los Angeles from getting on planes and out of town this weekend.
AAA: 3M Southland Residents Will Travel Over Fourth Of July WeekendAccording to the Automobile Club of Southern California, the top five destinations are San Diego, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Santa Barbara and Yosemite.