Passengers’ difficulty accessing Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) efficiently via surrounding roadways is a “huge, huge problem we need to fix,” according to Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) CEO Deborah Flint. A year into her tenure leading the organization that oversees LAX following a five-year stint running Oakland International Airport (OAK), Flint is candidly acknowledging the gateway airport’s shortcomings, especially compared to modern Asian airports ...

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