The Los Angeles Board of Airport commissioners on Tuesday approved more than $230 million in contracts for further improvements to the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX.
What does that kind of money buy? Glad you asked. I have a very vague power point slide from the airport that aims to answer this question. It was delivered today to the seven-member airport commission.
Much of this work involves taking pieces of the airport’s old international terminal, built in 1984, with parts of the new one, which was completed in September. The old ticketing lobby will remain, but eventually all of the gates will be new.