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Today is busiest travel day for LAX this season

Los Angeles International Airport is expected to see its busiest day of the holiday travel season today, with about 232,000 passengers projected to pass through the airport. Airport officials said passengers should arrive early and expect crowded terminals, with domestic flights at 90 percent capacity. LAX activity is expected to slow on New Year’s Eve, with an […]

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Nation’s bad weather forces flight cancellations from LAX

Winter storms moving through the Midwest and the East Coast today were expected to continue hampering air travel into and out of Los Angeles International Airport through Tuesday morning. Hundreds of flights were canceled nationwide due to the inclement weather, with 140 departure and arrival flights at LAX delayed and another 22 canceled between midnight and 5 […]

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Record number of SoCal travelers will hit the road and LAX this holiday

A record 12.3 million California residents — 7.6 million of them from Southern California — will travel 50 miles or more between Dec. 23 and Jan. 3, the Automobile Club of Southern California said. Los Angeles International Airport officials, meanwhile, said they expect a record 3.5 million passengers to pass through the airport during the holiday travel […]

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Worldwide travel alert issued before Thanksgiving holiday traffic

Just as thousands of Southland residents hit the roads and airways for the Thanksgiving holiday, the U.S. State Department issued a worldwide travel alert today “due to increased terrorist threats.” The alert, which does not suggest that people should cancel travel plans, notes that ISIS and other terrorist groups “continue to plan terrorist attacks in multiple regions,” […]

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Abroad with Beverly: Life of an Irish Royal, Part 2

In Part 1 Brendan Parsons, the 7th Earl of Rosse, talked about his boyhood experiences during World War II, his return to Birr Castle, the Parsons family ancestral home, his school experience, and the path that led him to a post at the United Nations. Part 2: Return to Ireland & Preserving the Legacy What […]

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