Here’s a lovely spring report from Los Angeles International Airport.
Heavy rains have left behind a rare super bloom of wildflowers.
LAX reports that the flowers are located across the airfield complex, with the highest concentration on the north airfield – between runways 24L and 24R. The bouquet of flowers spreads along the length of those runways, approximately 10,885 feet.
New arts lounge at Fresno Yosemite International Airport
Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT) has added an arts lounge to its art exhibitions program.
Over the past year, the program has expanded to include larger works of art, live music performances and a partnership with a local art gallery featuring local photographers.
Travelers love the offerings so far. So the airport is adding more features. FAT’s new arts lounge has tables and chairs, couches, charging ports and “offers a friendly airport environment for travelers,” said FAT’s Director of Aviation, Kevin Meikle.
Showing now: Leslie Batty’s large scale works, including a painting of Lewis Carroll’s Alice Through the Looking Glass and “Projections” by John Moses, a series of photography images blending iconic films with ghostly images from some of Hollywood’s most acclaimed films.
Oakland International Airport celebrates Southwest Airlines first flight to Hawaii
On Monday, the first Southwest Airlines flight to the Hawaiian Islands arrived in Honolul after leaving Sunday evening from Oakland International Airport.
Scores of passengers, airline and airport staff, officials and hula dancers crowded Terminal 1 at the Oakland International Airport for a send-off of the long-awaited launch of Southwest Airlines’ inaugural service from the US Mainland to Hawaii.
And there was cake.
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Love it!! The artwork looks great in FAT and that cake is awesome! Wildflowers too!!
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