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Los Angeles International Airport
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A major hub of travel and transport in California, Los Angeles International Airport encompasses more than 3,500 acres of land in southwest Los Angeles. The airport began as Mines Field in 1928 on 640 acres. Hangar No. 1 was built in 1929 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
It avoided demolition as the airport expanded, as is the cargo building for the Aviation Facilities Company. In 1930, the airport began as the "official" airport for the Los Angeles area. The airport remains the busiest airport in the state and the world's sixth busiest airport for passenger traffic, flights and air cargo.
The airport's 112 gates in its nine terminals, served more than 61,000,000 passengers in 2011 and averages over 565 daily flights. The airport is operated by the Los Angeles World Airports, along with LA/Ontario International Airport and Van Nuys General Aviation. Whether arriving at the airport for a flight or picking up a passenger, the airport provides a wonderful array of guest amenities and services.
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