The latest developments and status of the multibillion-dollar capital improvement program at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) are now available in the latest issue of the electronic quarterly newsletter, LAXpectations — Better Travel Ahead.
The newsletter can be found at www.lawa.org/lax/laxexpect.cfm/.
The Web page’s current issue of the LAXpectations newsletter highlights various projects at the airport, including completion of the first of three phases of the Tom Bradley International Terminal’s customs arrival hall and the opening of four new state-of-the-art airline lounges in the Bradley terminal; construction progress on the terminal’s departure ticketing lobby; and the restoration of the exterior of the Theme Building, including the re-opening of the space-age themed Encounter Restaurant.
Regular features on the Web page include fact sheets describing the various capital improvement construction projects, including the Tom Bradley Inter- national Terminal modernization, Central Terminal Area Refurbishment Program, In-Line Baggage Screening Systems and the South Airfield Improvement Project.
The page also provides alerts on construction impacts to passengers, airport employees and visitors to LAX.