Report finds L.A. airport operator has yet to disperse traffic

02/4/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A report has found Los Angeles International Airport has not yet complied with a 2006 requirement to disperse commercial traffic to regional airports, including Ontario International and L.A./Palmdale Regional Airport. William T. Fujioka, the chief executive of Los Angeles County, says county officials have met with operator Los Angeles World Airports to resolve the issues. "We've had some positive conversations," he said. "We're trying to find an appropriate solution. I want a good outcome and something that benefits both the county and the airport."

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