LAX Travelers Warned to Expect Delays Amid ‘Fight for 15’ Labor Protests

Travelers flying in and out of Los Angeles International Airport can expect to face more than the usual delays Tuesday because of a scheduled labor demonstration as part of a nationwide call for higher wages for hourly workers.

Los Angeles International Airport is seen in an undated photo from Getty Images.

Los Angeles International Airport is seen in an undated photo from Getty Images.

Rallies by members of the Service Employees International Union 721, Janitors for Justice and Fight for $15 will likely create gridlock and headaches for travelers at LAX and more than a dozen other major airports, including Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.

Travelers flying in and out of Los Angeles International Airport can expect to face more than the usual delays Tuesday because of a scheduled labor demonstration as part of a nationwide call for higher wages for hourly workers.

Rallies by members of the Service Employees International Union 721, Janitors for Justice and Fight for $15 will likely create gridlock and headaches for travelers at LAX and more than a dozen other major airports, including Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.

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