Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) 2022 Sustainability Report


LAX 2022 Community Events LAWA is known for its high level of participation in community events. In 2022, LAWA hosted, sponsored, or participated in 65 events . The timeline below demonstrates a select number of the community events held in 2022. S

LAWA team members at the Annual LAX Coastal Chamber of Commerce 4th of July Parade ©LAWA

FEBRUARY ƒ LAWA partnered with the Network for

APRIL ƒ LAWA, in partnership with Unibail- Rodamco-Westfield Airports, hosted a Job Fair at the Flight Path Museum in Los Angeles where LAWA offered over 350 positions for in-person hiring. ƒ LAX Presents hosted Darynn Dean who performed in Terminal 7.

Teaching Entrepreneurship organization to host two virtual workshops for over 270 middle and high school students from Environmental Charter High School, North Hollywood High School STEM Magnet and Silver Creek High School. ƒ LAX, in collaboration with Rum & Humble, a local concert production company, kicked off LAX Presents . This started with a spring through summer concert series with a performance from the Gumbo Brothers in Terminal 1.

“Into the Blue” Mural on the outside of the APF ©LAWA

MAY ƒ LAX Presents hosted Leftover Cuties who performed in the Grand Hall of Tom Bradley International Terminal.

JANUARY ƒ LAX opened three new art exhibits that feature work from local artists in Terminal 1, Terminal 7, and Tom Bradley International Terminal in partnership with the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.

MARCH ƒ LAX joined in celebrations of Read Across America Day with a virtual aviation-themed program attended by 4,800 local students from 34 school districts in pre-kindergarten through first grade. ƒ LAWA sponsored the LAX Coastal Education Foundation Rock Roll & Run 5K, a fundraiser for local LA schools.

ƒ In early 2022, the mural “Into the Blue” was completed on the outside of the newly opened APF, which was painted by local artist Francisco Letelier in collaboration with Marybeth Fama. ƒ A large-scale abstract painting by Renee Pretropoulos donated by Fox Studios was unveiled in the Terminal 2/3 headhouse titled “Just What is Your Position” . This piece was commissioned by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp.

LAX Police Officer reads in a local school for Read Across America Day ©LAWA


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