The much-debated LAX-it pickup lot for taxis and ride-hailing services at Los Angeles International Airport will get 50% bigger Wednesday in an effort to alleviate complaints about extended wait times, particularly during peak hours.
Los Angeles World Airports officials are expected Tuesday to testify before a City Council Committee about the newly conceived 50% expansion of the new pickup lot for taxi and ride-hailing services in face of complaints from some passengers bemoaning long waits for rides.
It will soon start to look and feel a lot like Christmas in Big Bear beginning the first weekend of November.
Many travelers looking to book for the holidays are often left wondering if they should book an early deal before Halloween or take a risk in hopes of scoring a last-minute deal.
A small group of taxi drivers held a news conference Friday outside City Hall to ask the Los Angeles City Council to intervene on their decision to block drivers from picking up LAX passengers as usual.
The airline said Wednesday that it expects to slowly bring the plane back into its schedule starting Jan. 16.
Taking a Lyft, Uber or taxi from Los Angeles International Airport is about to get more complicated.
After the last phase of the REAL ID-Act goes into effect, beginning Oct. 1, 2020, tens of millions of Americans could be prevented from boarding airplanes because they do not have the proper identification, causing a significant impact on the U.S. economy.
Hundreds of thousands of travelers were stranded across the world Monday after British tour company Thomas Cook collapsed, immediately halting almost all its flights and hotel services and laying off all its employees.
Metro officials say another power line issue has occurred just north of the Gold Line's Allen Station in Pasadena, again halting all train service between the Lake and Sierra Madre stations.
Uber is stopping services to and from the Ontario Airport starting Friday, September 13th.
British Airways said Monday it has canceled almost all its flights for 48 hours, affecting as many as 195,000 travelers, due to a strike by pilots over pay.
An estimated 1.38 million travelers will pass through Los Angeles International Airport over the six-day Labor Day Weekend travel period, airport officials announced Thursday as they gave the usual warning for travelers to be prepared.
It could be lights out for tiny toiletries.
The company says it is looking for service-oriented professionals "who love to be on-the-go, are quick to help others, and enjoy variety in their work."
Federal safety officials are recruiting pilots from airlines around the world to test changes that Boeing is making to the flight-control software on the grounded 737 Max jet, according to two people briefed on the situation.
Qantas will conduct 'Project Sunrise,' to test if passengers can endure a 20-hour direct flight to Australia, it was announced.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection systems are "experiencing an issue" that is impacting airports nationwide, including Los Angeles International Airport, officials said Friday.
A warning from the FAA if you own an older MacBook Pro and are planning to travel.
If you’ve ever contemplated legally changing your name, now might be the time, because Frontier Airlines is offering free flights this month for anyone with the last name Green or Greene.