We've all had those cold-sweat airport moments: Running late, you can't find the departure gate. You've missed your flight, and don't know where to turn.
To the newcomer, Los Angeles International Airport can be daunting — so sprawling, so crowded, everyone zigging and zagging. Last year, nearly 75 million visitors moved through its nine terminals, contending with endless traffic, jammed parking lots, constant construction and snaking lines. Not just for security, but also for burgers, bathrooms and caffeine.
Friendly help can be found at the nation's second-busiest airport, even though many may be too stressed to notice it: Volunteers sporting red blazers and vests...
Flight schedules are back to normal at Los Angeles International Airport after a reservation system glitch Monday night delayed about 17 flights.