Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has begun rebuilding the eastern half of its 60-year-old Terminal 4 main headquarters as part of a US$1.62 billion modernization project at the terminals 4 and 5.

Terminal 4’s parent building has been closed to the public in preparation for demolition. This part of the building, which includes ticket counters and baggage claim carousels for American Airlines, as well as an auxiliary checkpoint for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), will be rebuilt while the western half of the facility remains active.

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