Sustainability Elements

Economic Viability

In 2015, LAX was the third busiest commercial airport in the nation and the world’s busiest origin and destination airport.

Of this total, 20 million passengers were international, fueling a resurgence in tourism and business travel for the City of Los Angeles and the region.

Performance Summary

Total Passengers

At LAX (millions)

Aircraft Operations

At LAX (thousands)

Cargo Volume

At LAX (million tons)

Our Stories

Landside Access Modernization Program Industry Forum

In February 2016, over 1000 executives from local, national and international companies attended an Industry Forum to learn about the $5-billion LAX Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) and about contracting opportunities to build a world-class transportation system for LAX. LAMP is considered one of the largest construction programs in Los Angeles City history.

"LAX is our gateway to the world — and by finally bringing rail to the airport, Angelenos and tourists will be able to connect to Los Angeles' world-renowned neighborhoods and attractions without ever stepping foot in a car," said Mayor Eric Garcetti. "LAMP will transform how L.A. thinks about travel, and get people in and out the airport faster and more conveniently."

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