1983-11-07

Austrian Airfield Buses for the Los Angeles International Airport 831779

International terminal facilities at Los Angeles International Airport have been inundated by a rising tide of air travellers which grew by 100 percent during the past five years. Expansion programs have started easing congestion and delays. To further lessen congestion around the international satellite, six aircraft parking pads were added in 1981 to accommodate arriving aircraft when gate positions are not available. Several newly acquired high capacity airfield buses shuttle passengers over a distance of approximately two miles between the remote parking pads and the terminal.

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