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Los Angeles airport expects 1% increase in 4 July holiday travellers.


Los Angeles International Airport has said that it expects to serve more than 900,000 travellers over the 4 July holiday weekend (30 June-4 July).

The figure reportedly represents an increase of 1% compared to the same holiday period last year.

The airport also said that, overall, this year's summer passenger traffic from Memorial Day to Labor Day is expected to be 18.7m. This is a slight increase over last summer's 18.5m.

Additionally, Ontario International Airport expects 130,000 travellers through the Inland Empire airport during the five-day holiday weekend, an increase over the 102,000 passengers in the same period last year.

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Date:Jul 4, 2006
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