Los Angeles International is in line for a $1.26 billion expansion and renovation of its aging Tom Bradley International Terminal. The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners voted Monday to award two contracts to Walsh Austin Joint Venture for the project, which will include nine new boarding gates, concourses with larger lounges, new concession and retail space and aircraft support equipment to accommodate the A380 and 787. The terminal currently serves 35 airlines. Funds will be ...

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