Built in 1984, Tom Bradley International Terminal is LAX’s primary facility serving international travelers.
About Los Angeles international Airport (LAX)
LAX is the sixth busiest airport in the world and third busiest in the United States, offering more than 600 daily flights to 91 domestic cities and over 1,000 weekly nonstop flights to 58 cities in 32 countries on nearly 75 air carriers. In 2011, LAX served more than 61.8 million passengers, processed more than 1.8 million tons of air cargo valued at nearly $84.6 billion, and handled 603,912 aircraft operations (landings and takeoffs).
About Westfield Group
As part of its global portfolio, the Westfield Group (ASX Code: WDC) designs, develops, owns, manages and leases award-winning shopping venues in landmark cities around the world. Among the company’s iconic retail destinations are: Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City in the U.K.; Westfield Bondi Junction, Sydney, Australia; Westfield San Francisco Centre; Westfield Century City in Los Angeles and Westfield Sydney. Upcoming Westfield world-class retail icons include Westfield World Trade Center (opening in 2015) and Westfield Milan in Italy. Westfield Concession Management operates in 10 major U.S. airports, including some of the highest revenue generating facilities in the U.S., and has earned a combined 89 awards from Airport Revenue News and Airports Council International North America, including 65 first place awards. Westfield is currently redeveloping concessions at Los Angeles International Airport’s Tom Bradley International Terminal, Theme Building, and Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 6.