The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners, the governing body for Los Angeles World Airports, this week approved the sale of up to $1.625 billion of revenue bonds for Los Angeles International Airport.

The board approved up to $925 million of refunding bonds and $700 million of new money debt to support capital improvements at LAX, including the renovation of the Tom Bradley International Terminal, airfield improvements and baggage screening systems.

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