Earlier last year I wrote that AA had been padding their schedules to increase journey times to and from LAX. The effect of this was that some flights fell below minimum connecting times, and so AA rebooked me often for flights hours later reducing holiday times. It was and remains pretty annoying. Today I have…
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It appears that fog at LAX caused a number of planes to divert to the smaller Ontario Airport, including a QF A380. The cause it seems is the works that are being undertaken at LAX which prevents plans from seeing the cranes in use when there is fog. Following the link to watch the video…
Some time ago I reviewed this property when it was a Radisson – you can read the review here. Since then it has been rebranded as a Hyatt partner hotel and is undergoing renovation. Honestly it needs to. The property’s fabric is tired, but the jewel is their staff who seem to understand this and…
Whilst operating as a single airlines, American and USAirways don’t yet share the same terminal at LAX. A transfer bus runs between the two and this post explains how it works.
Read about the changes that United are making at LAX. Gates, Lounges and check-in changes are coming in Autumn 2014.
If you’re thinking of booking the soon to be converted Radisson at LAX I would advise checking both the Hyatt web site and the Radisson’s. It’s the same property but the rates can be different: RADISSON HYATT
Hyatt takes over the Radisson at LAX, granting points and stay credits as it converts to being under the Hyatt Brand. The property is within walking distance of LAX. Whoopee.
A good solid flight which started with awful ground services, flew MilesFromBlighty from Los Angeles to Miami.
In a significant enhancement for travellers to LAX, Light Rail is now being planned to have an extension there by 2022. The construction of a new station will enable LAX to build a people mover system within the airport, making it more friendly for travellers than the endless buses or long walks now required.