A central pick-up area has been launched at LAX to reduce traffic and will offer amenities such as toilets and food trucks for passengers.
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As part of ACI's Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, LAX and Van Nuys Airport have received the highest certification before an airport is carbon neutral.
Wi-Fi speeds at LAX now exceed 70 Mbps, placing the airport 16th in a list of the top 51 airports for Wi-Fi speed within the U.S. and Canada.
LAX has become one of only four airports in the U.S. to provide a non-stop service to Milan, a fashion and industrial epicentre in Italy.
Los Angeles Mayor, Eric Garcetti, has joined Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and Southwest Airlines to unveil the new Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 1.
Improvement to LAX car rental facilities, a project worth over $2 billion as part of the Landside Access Modernisation Programme, has been approved.
For the third year in a row, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) has been recognised as a leader in reducing carbon emissions.
CT scanners could be the answer to the 100ml liquid question. Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) reveal their new technology to keep liquids in bags.
Delta's plan is to modernise, upgrade and connect Terminals 2, 3, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal (Terminal B).
Switching twenty diesel-operated buses to battery-electric buses is projected to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from 616,365 pounds per year (or 308 tons) of green house gases per year to zero.
A $4.9 billion contract awarded to design, build, finance, operate and maintain an automated people mover (APM) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has become the largest ever awarded in the city's history after it was approved by the Los Angeles City Council.
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) refers to the upcoming builds as 'terminal cores' for the automated people mover, consisting of new and upgraded facilities in key locations.
Passengers entered a British Airways flight from LA to London Heathrow at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) this week, using their faces alone as a boarding pass.
British Airways is testing out facial recognition technology to smooth the ride for passengers leaving the United States.
LAX has joined the likes of Phoenix Sky Harbour and Dallas Fort Worth in a partnership with the TSA that will see it become a testing ground for safety technology.