Modernization projects now underway mark the first major expansion of passenger facilities since the Tom Bradley International Terminal was built for the Summer Olympics 27 years ago.
Since then, LAX has steadily fallen behind the modernization efforts of other big-city airports. Aging terminals and a lack of amenities have undercut passenger satisfaction and the airport's share of overseas travelers, some of whom fly into San Francisco, which opened a stunning international terminal in 2000.
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That's because they were hoping to make El Toro LAX South.
Where are all those people from El Segundo and Inglewood who were talking about "Social Justice" (or lack thereof)?