LAX’s US$1.545bn terminal

LOS ANGELES International Airport’s (LAX) new look US$1.545bn Tom Bradley International Terminal is on course to open by the end of 2012.
The terminal, which will double in size, helped pump $39.7bn into the Southern California economy in 2011, say LAX’s owners Los Angeles World Airports.
Airports Council International ranked the facility as the 14th top international cargo airport last year, after it processed 1,747,629 tonnes of freight.
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