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CLEAR Launches New Lanes at Long Beach Airport

CLEAR (NYSE: YOU) today launched its identity verification technology at Long Beach Airport (LGB), its 9th airport in California and 49th airport nationally.

 
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Southwest Connects Long Beach to Kansas City with Daily Nonstop Service Starting March 9
Long Beach, CA – Southwest Airlines has announced that it will launch daily nonstop flights from Long Beach Airport (LGB) to Missouri’s Kansas City International Airport (MCI) this spring, with the first flight set to depart on March 9. Tickets are available now at Southwest.com.
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Long Beach Airport Celebrates Southwest’s New Sunday Nonstop Service to New Orleans

Southwest Airlines is now offering weekly nonstop flights on Sundays from Long Beach Airport (LGB) to Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY), just in time for Mardi Gras season.

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Southwest Connects Long Beach to Orlando with Saturday Service, Plus Additional Flights to Chicago
Southwest Airlines has announced that it will launch weekly nonstop flights from Long Beach Airport (LGB) to Florida’s Orlando International Airport (MCO) this summer, plus additional weekday flights to Chicago Midway International (MDW). Tickets are available now at Southwest.com. 
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Long Beach Airport Expects to Welcome Additional Travelers Over Winter Holidays
Long Beach Airport (LGB) is anticipating an elevated number of travelers during this winter’s holiday rush, and passengers are advised to plan ahead and arrive early to ensure a smooth travel experience.
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Long Beach Airport Celebrates Groundbreaking of Atlantic Aviation’s Major Development
Atlantic Aviation broke ground today on a $14 million development to create an additional 30,000-square-feet of high-end hangar space and 3,000-square-feet of adjoining office space at their facility at Long Beach Airport (LGB). The environmentally sustainable design includes rooftop solar panels over approximately 38,000 square feet of hangars, estimated to generate more than 1.1 million kilowatts (kW) of solar power per year.