Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) – owner and operator of Los Angeles International – has teamed up with Delta Air Lines to launch what it described as the “largest terminal improvement award in its history”.
A budget of USD1.86 billion has been approved by the LAWA Board of Airport Commissioners (BOAC).
The project focuses on a 27-gate overhaul to Terminals 2 and 3 (T2 and T3); a secure connection between those terminals and the adjoining Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT); a consolidated headhouse serving the new T2 and T3; the addition of dual taxiways to the airfield; a connection to the Automated People Mover (APM) that is planned to go into service in 2023; and sundry other improvements and upgrades.
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