More coverage from Tuesday, January 24, 2012, tour of the New Tom Bradley International Terminal that is halfway through construction. Click below to view the stories.
On Tuesday, January 24, 2012, KABC-7 Los Angeles and several other media outlets were given a tour of the New Tom Bradley International Terminal that is halfway through construction. Click below to view the story:
On Friday, October 7, 2011, KCAL-9 (CBS 2) Los Angeles aired a story about the construction jobs being created at LAX due to the massive modernization program. Click below to view the story:
On Saturday, September 10, 2011, KABC-7 Los Angeles aired this story about the 39,900 jobs being created over 7 years by our $4.1 Billion construction program. Click below to view the story:
KNBC 4 Los Angeles also aired a story earlier this year on the some of the jobs being created as a result of the LAX Development Program. Below is the link to that story:
(Los Angeles California – August 15, 2011) The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners today approved a Letter of Agreement between the City of El Segundo and Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and awarded a $5,587,500 grant for El Segundo’s residential sound-insulation program. The grant will be combined with three Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grants totaling $12,790,345 that will enable El Segundo to soundproof an estimated 406 dwelling units (single- and multi-family units) impacted by operations at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). To date, the City of El Segundo has received sound-insulation grants from LAWA totaling $20,487,500 and has sound insulated 1,030 dwelling units with approximately 3,500 units remaining.
(Los Angeles, California – April 19, 2011) An encouraging report was released today by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC). The report found that new construction at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is having an enormous impact on local employment, creating a total of 39,900 new jobs and helping the Los Angeles area recover from the ongoing economic downturn. In addition to the 39,900 jobs being created, the LAEDC estimated that $2.62 billion in labor income would be generated from the several projects.
(Los Angeles, California – April 4, 2010) Los Angeles Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa and officials of Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and Alaska Airlines announced a $271-million renovation of Terminal 6 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The project’s new facilities and state-of-the-art technology are designed to improve efficiency and save passengers time by merging Alaska’s domestic and international operations into a single terminal and by eliminating queues at airline check-in and checked-baggage inspection. The project also includes features to improve passenger comfort and convenience, such as spacious boarding gates, a new airline club lounge, and new lighting and signage.