California airports brace for holiday rush

12/20/2007 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Airport officials in California are hoping for a smooth holiday travel season. They expect millions of travelers to pass through airports in the Southern California area and are urging passengers to plan ahead for their flights and arrive at the airport early. Airports are trying to accommodate the rush of traffic by providing extra parking, and airlines are increasing staff and adding self-service kiosks in airport terminals.

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