LAWA Presents LAX Terminal 9 Transformation Project

Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) has presented its Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Terminal 9 construction project at an industry showcase event attended by over 1,100 people.

The Terminal 9 project will involve 1.4 million square feet of ground-up construction at LAX to serve approximately 7.2 million annual passengers.

A rendering of LAX Terminal 9
A rendering of LAX Terminal 9

A 4-level building structure, two levels of parking, on-site circulation roads, pedestrian pathways and baggage connections to the Central Terminal Area will all be constructed as part of the programme, alongside a connection to LAX’s Automated People Mover (APM) with a new, dedicated stop for the terminal.

Once complete, the new terminal will have capacity for 12 wide-body or 17 narrow-body gates.

Justin Erbacci, Chief Executive Officer, LAWA said:

“Like our soon-to-be-open People Mover train and ConRAC facility, Terminal 9 will make our world-class airport even more reliable, innovative and enjoyable, all while supporting our local workforce and contributing billions of dollars to the local economy.”

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