LAX launches new project

By Doug Newhouse |

The City of Los Angeles has approved and begun its $1.45bn project to double the size of the 1m-square-foot Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), while growing the retail and F&B areas from the current 50,000sq ft to 140,000.

The work is set to be completed in 2013 when the new facility will be able to serve up to 4,000 passengers per hour, compared with the current maximum of 2,800.

The project also includes the addition of nine new gates that can accommodate the wide-body Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the Airbus A380.


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