LAX TERMINAL 6 is currently in darkness after a “power surge” caused a loss of electricity at several terminals at the airport.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Electricity is on the scene looking for a cause for the outage, but Terminal 6 is running on a generator for now.
The airport has told customers to expect delays when leaving its airport on Monday evening, whether or not they pass through Terminal 6.
“We are evaluating a drop in power at LAX. While many systems have come back online, there may be other impacts when teams respond and restore service. Follow us for updates as soon as they are available. available, “said a Twitter Account for the advertised airport.
“We continue to evaluate all LAX systems, but due to an earlier power cut, most terminals have come back online.”
“Some terminals remain on emergency power. The airfield is not affected and flights are moving.”
“Our LADWP partners are investigating the cause of tonight’s power issues and LAX crews continue to assess the impacts. There are additional staff and airport police on hand to assist customers. the status of your flight in the event of a change. “
The airport then announced that Terminal 6 was back up and running – but added that it would always be safer if people checked their flights just in case of a change.
“Terminal 6 is on emergency power but remains affected by tonight’s power issues, including flight delays. If you are traveling from T6, please check your flight status with your airline. The crews are working to restore power completely. “
The Federal Aviation Administration has rerouted some flights to avoid LAX due to the power outage.
“The FAA has a traffic management program in place for some flights to LAX due to power issues tonight. Check your flight status with your airline for any delays and allow for a delay. additional.”
This is already the second incident at LAX in less than three days.
On Thursday, there were reports of an active gunman infesting the airport.
“We are aware of police activity in or near Terminal 1. The FAA has set up a ground stop for LAX,” the airport account said. tweeted. “Please check the status of your flight and monitor police activity. Follow us here for more details as they become available.”
The police ended up arresting someone later that night.
“By police at the scene, there are no threats and no active shooters at LAX. Police have one person in custody and there are no reports of injuries. FAA continues to keep traffic on the road. ground but expected to resume shortly. Follow us for more, “the account tweeted.
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