All flights operating as normally scheduled. 



Additional Security Information for Air Tahiti Nui passengers:
  • New security measures on flights to the United States   
Effective from July 08, 2014, TSA is reinforcing new security measures on flights to the United States.
 
 We recommend you advise the distribution of this reinforcement so they can inform passengers embarking on a flight to the United States, to anticipate their presentation at the airport.

All electronic devices (telephones, tablets, laptops, e-books, game consoles, cameras, camcorders...), kept in cabin baggage, must be battery powered and functioning during the boarding process at the airport of Roissy Charles de Gaulle.
 
It is recommended to passengers to keep their battery chargers in their cabin baggage. The charging of the equipment should be possible in the boarding lounge. This must be done no later than the end of the boarding of the flight.
 
In the case of control, if the device is discharged or defective, passenger will not be allowed to board on the flight with this equipment.  The passenger will be invited to return to the inspection filter and test the device. This may cause the delay of the flight.

  • Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project Construction Alert
L.A. Metro, LAWA, LADOT Give Advance Public Notice for “Century Crunch” Bridge Demolition and Street Closures Near LAX July 25-28

Plan ahead, allow extra travel time, or steer clear of airport-area traffic the weekend of July 25-28, 2014.  The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro), the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT), Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), and Caltrans are advising the public in advance of a major bridge demolition that will result in 57-hour street closure of a portion of Century Boulevard, a major artery leading into Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), that weekend.

For the effort, dubbed the “Century Crunch,” constructors, , will demolish a defunct railroad bridge at the intersection of Century and Aviation boulevards from 9 p.m. Friday, July 25 until 6 a.m. Monday, July 28. The work is necessary to clear the site for a new light rail train station. Demolition will close a portion of Century Boulevard at the Century/Aviation intersection. The street is a major artery leading into LAX during one of the busiest travel times of the year.
 
The “Century Crunch” will also reduce lane capacity on Aviation Boulevard by half. All southbound bound traffic lanes will be closed in the area, while Aviation’s northbound lanes will remain open. 

Detours
 
The detour area is approximately 1-mile between La Cienega and Airport boulevards.
 
Westbound:  For westbound traffic on Century Boulevard heading to LAX, motorists can head northbound on La Cienega Boulevard, turn left (west) onto Manchester Boulevard, turn left (south) on Airport or Sepulveda boulevard, and then turn right (west) on Century Boulevard to enter the airport.
 
Eastbound: Leaving LAX on Century Boulevard, motorists should turn left (north) onto Airport Boulevard and proceed to Manchester Boulevard.  Motorists can then turn right on Manchester Boulevard to proceed eastbound to La Cienega Boulevard or turn right (west) to proceed southbound to Century Boulevard. 

For more information on the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project, the Century bridge demolition, related street closures and recommended detours go to metro.net/Crenshaw.  Join us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CrenshawRail and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/crenshawrail
 
Follow LAX on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/#!/LAInternationalAirport?fref=nf
Twitter at https://www.twitter.com/flyLAXairport and www.LAXisHappening.com for airport construction and traffic-related impacts.


  • Airline ticket prices will rise on July 21 - TSA security screening fees will more than double this month, and increases in other fees may follow.

On July 21, the Transportation Security Administration passenger screening fee -- also known as the Sept. 11 security fee -- will more than double to $5.60 per flight leg, with no cap.
The current fee is $2.50 per flight segment, with a $10 per-ticket cap.

 the TSA increase will raise an additional $16.91 billion over the next decade. About 65 percent of the collected fees will fund security screenings. The remaining funds will go to the general fund.

 
Confirmed - Sept 11 Security Fee (AY) Increase
The AY fee Currently:                     USD2.50 per U.S. Embarkation, cap per ticket UISD10.00
Changes July 21 to:                        USD5.60 per U.S. Embarkation, no per ticket cap
Possible - Airport Facility Fee (XF) and Immigration Fee (XY) Tax Increases in the near future
XF Fee currently:                            USD4.50 per U.S. Embarkation
Rumored Increase:                          USD8.00 per U.S. Embarkation   
XY Fee currently                              USD7.00 per U.S. Disembarkation (from Int’l flight)
Rumored Increase:                          USD9.00 per U.S. Disembarkation (from Int’l flight)

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