Trying to catch a flight home before the turkey comes out of the oven can feel like a marathon. There’s the congested roadways, the extra long airport lines and the extra short tempers.
But on Wednesday, Los Angeles International Airport officials reported that things were running smoothly in advance of Thanksgiving, despite extra security measures taken in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks.
No flights have been canceled or delayed so far, said LAX spokeswoman Mary Grady said.
“Everybody is planning for it,” she said. “People are getting in and out.”
The airport is expecting to serve 170,000...
Flight schedules are back to normal at Los Angeles International Airport after a reservation system glitch Monday night delayed about 17 flights.