Confusion Continues With Travelers Stranded At LAX After Spirit Airlines Flights Are CanceledStemming from a problem that began over the weekend, hundreds of Spirit Airlines flights were canceled nationwide Monday.
LAX Power Project To Reduce Lane Access On Pershing DriveA portion of Pershing Drive in Playa Del Rey will be reduced to one lane next week so the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power can install underground utilities as part of an electrical project at the airport, officials said Saturday.
FAA Awards $9.9M Grant To Provide Sound Insulation For Homes Near LAXA new multi-million dollar grant will go toward providing sound insulation for residents impacted by noise from Los Angeles International Airport.
LAX-Bound Flight Diverted To Denver Due To Unruly PassengerA passenger was removed from the plane by law enforcement and the flight continued on its way to L.A.
LAX Cargo Handlers Plead Guilty To Stealing Gold Bars From ShipmentTwo LAX cargo workers pleaded guilty Friday to a federal charge for stealing gold bars from a shipment heading from Australia to New York City.
Single-Use Plastic Water Bottles To Be Phased Out At LAX, Van Nuys Airport By June 2023Under the new policy, single-use plastic water bottles must be replaced with sustainable alternatives, including recyclable aluminum, glass, or certified compostable material.
LAX, Van Nuys Airport To Eliminate Plastic Water Bottles By June 30, 2023The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners Thursday unanimously approved a plan to phase out single-use plastic water bottles at LAX and the Van Nuys Airport.
Suspicious Bag Forces Temporary Evacuation Of LAX Terminal, Creates Massive BackupThe temporary evacuation created havoc and chaos among travelers and delayed several flights.
'Almost Like It's Back To Normal': LAX Could See Big Crowds For Fourth Of July Holiday TravelLos Angeles International Airport, which was reduced to practically a ghost town during the pandemic, has been getting busier over the past month, and many people will use the upcoming holiday as an excuse to travel again.
Ramon Angulobello Identified As Driver Who Led Pursuit Across Busy LAX RunwaysRamon Antonio Angulobello, 36, faces charges of grand theft auto and felony vandalism after allegedly crashing through a FedEx warehouse gate adjacent to Los Angeles International Airport, then speeding across two runways with police in pursuit.
LAX To Receive $303 Million Grant To Help With Pandemic Recovery EffortsLAX is receiving millions of dollars to help with pandemic recovery efforts.
Changes Underway At LAX As Rideshare Prices Shoot UpSeveral changes are happening at Los Angeles International Airport as more people begin getting comfortable taking flights again.
Crews Break Ground On $900M Project To Connect LAX To Metro Light RailIt will connect Metro light rail to LAX’s Automated People Mover.
Spike In Demand, Staffing Issues Forces American Airlines To Cancel Hundreds Of FlightsIt is canceling between 50 and 80 flights per day moving forward.
Philippine Airlines Fights Move To Transfer LAX Gates To More Distant Midfield Satellite ConcoursePhilippine Airlines is fighting a move by Los Angeles World Airports to transfer the carriers gates to Midfield Satellite Concourse.