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LAX Zorro Serves to Remind Us What Not to Wear When Flying

There has been a bit of a kerfuffle at Los Angeles Airport overnight, which started with an innocent attempt by an actor to get to work, and ended with a crowd running in panic at the airport.

Airbus A380, Source: Airbus, photo by master films/A. Doumenjou

Major Airport Cities Want the A380, Airbus Says

John Leahy, COO Customers for Airbus argued in favor of the A380 from the airport point of view during today’s Airbus Innovation Days morning sessions.

He pointed out that the aircraft helps to relieve strain on major hubs with heavy traffic.

Airbus refers to it as the A380 effect. “When a city introduces the world’s biggest passenger plan–the impact on business and tourism development is substantial,” Airbus states.

Heathrow Airport, for example, benefits from 50 A380 carrying 10% of passengers every day.

You can hear Los Angeles and Birmingham argue how this aircraft helps their cities here:

SAS Announces Air Travel Experience Improvements at LAX Terminal

As SAS prepares for the launch of its first flight from Stockholm to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on March 14, the airline announces recent improvements at the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) which will make check-in and pre-departure more seamless and comfortable for customers.

With recent improvements by the Star Alliance at TBIT passengers flying on member airlines, like SAS, will find a single check-in zone with new automated check-in kiosks available.