Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) has slammed the City of Ontario for “misleading” the public and attempting to take back LA/Ontario International Airport at a “foreclosure price”.
Security experts have concluded Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is safer today than after 9/11 thanks to $1.6 billion of investment into security at the gateway, but warned more could be done.
Los Angeles City Council has approved an amended lease between Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and Delta Air Lines, paving the way for the completion of Terminal 5’s $229 million renovation.
LAWA has revealed that international airport operators Fraport, GMR, Munich and Incheon are among the 10 companies to express an interest in operating and managing LA/Ontario International Airport.
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) has revealed that it has received 10 inquiries from companies interested in managing and operating LA/Ontario International Airport.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has reported a 4.5% rise in passengers and a 15.8% upturn in cargo volumes for 2010.
More than 16 million passengers passed through Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) during the third quarter of 2010 – 2.9% more than during the corresponding period a year ago.
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