A CBS 2/KCAL9 Los Angeles reporter had way too much fun inside American’s new A321T airplane, which begins flying the Los Angeles to New York route on Jan. 7.
Los Angeles International Airport opened its new children’s playground Thursday at the new Tom Bradley International Terminal. Photographer Brad Graverson was there and put together a nice photo gallery. The playground — called LAX Beach — is open to all children ages 2 to 8 flying from the international terminal.
Here are a couple of Brad’s shots:
American Airlines is not pulling out of Santa Barbara Airport, as a Barrons.com blog post published Wednesday suggested, airport spokeswoman Lynn Houston told me.
Here’s an interesting inside the cockpit video from Air Tahiti Tui, the airline that serves four continents — North America, Europe, Asia and Australia — with a fleet of only five Airbus A340s.
The video can be a bit jarring because no shot seems to last longer than a second. But it’s still compelling. And you can try to count how many times LAX makes an appearance.
H/T to News.com.au
In hopes of attracting more travelers to its TSA Pre-Check program, the Transportation Security Administration will open three processing centers Wednesday in the Los Angeles area.