Los Angeles World Airports Public Relations (LAWA PR) is responsible for establishing and maintaining effective communications with the traveling public, news media, the travel and tourism industry, and other stakeholder audiences regarding the policies, procedures, services, operations, developments and future plans of LAWA and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). As part of those responsibilities, LAWA PR provides the media with news releases and fact sheets, photography and video B-roll, as well as opportunities to speak with airport officials at news conferences and in one-on-one interviews. A public information officer (PIO) is on call 24 hours a day to provide the media with updates on breaking news and emergencies.
This webpage includes a number of media resources, including links to news releases, fact sheets, photography and video, and information on how to contact the division via phone and email.
- During our normal business hours, Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., contact LAX Public Relations by calling 424-646-5260 or email LAXPR@lawa.org
- For members of the news media during an after-hours emergency only, please contact the on-duty public information officer at 424-646-5430.
- LAX Public Relations maintains a recorded media line, available by calling 424-646-5227. This line is updated during irregular operations or significant incidents with the latest information for media use.
- Members of the public may contact LAX using the following services:
LAX Infoline (855) 463‑5252 │ Email
For TTY, please call California Relay Service at (800) 735 2929
24-hour LAX Construction Hotline (310) 649‑LAWA (5292) │ Email
Let's Get Social!
We provide daily updates about airport events and more on all our social media sites. Twitter (@FlyLAXAirport) is our official channel during an emergency. Follow us on Twitter @FlyLAXstats for the latest information about traffic and parking availability. LAX is one of the most Instagrammed airports in the world. Follow all of our updates below:
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