“May Daze” at LAX
LAX has begun a massive project to improve its facilities and efficiency, but because the world’s fourth-largest airport can’t exactly shut down for remodeling it is giving passengers a heads-up now about what to expect during the renovations.
The major changes happen the nights of May 12, 14, and 16, when about a third of the airlines based at LAX are moving, either to new terminals or to new ticket counters within their current terminals. The moves will begin immediately after flight operations end for the day so that the airlines will be able to open for business the next morning in their new locations.
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