In case you have not seen my story from our main website, I reported last night that Gina Marie Lindsey, executive director of Los Angeles World Airports, will remain on the job under new Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, according to a source familiar with the matter.
Garcetti, who celebrates his 100th day in office today, had asked the heads of all Los Angeles city departments to reapply for their jobs.
Ethiad Airways, the 10-year-old airline based in Abu Dhabi, will soon begin service to Los Angeles International Airport, an airport source told me recently.
Los Angeles Airport police were searching Tuesday night for a disgruntled ex-airport employee who had worked at Los Angeles International Airport, officials said.
They had set up a command post in an employee parking lot near the airport’s central administration building, airport spokeswoman Nancy Castles said.
Los Angeles World Airports Sgt. Belinda Nettles said airport police had a picture of the person they were searching for. She said she could not say for whom the person worked, other than to say the subject of the search was not a city of Los Angeles employee.
“”They want him off property,” Nettles said in a brief interview. “He’s disgruntled.”
Nettles referred further questions to the Los Angeles office of the FBI. Officials there could not immediately be reached for comment late Tuesday night.