RVs Create A Community Of Airline Employees At Los Angeles International Airport

RV communities are found all over the United States, many near slow-paced scenic areas or quiet vacation spots. One unique RV community is located in one of the busiest places in the country, and it is anything but quiet.

The Los Angeles Times reports on the community of airline employees using RVs and trailers at Los Angeles International Airport.

According to the Los Angeles Times, the RVs are used by airline employees ranging from mechanics to pilots and offer inexpensive accommodations when working far from home.

The RV community is located in Lot B of LAX, an area set aside by the airport and features its own security and management, including its own mayor.

A photo/audio presentation by Mel Melcon of the Los Angeles Times shows the unique pace of life in the Lot B community.

Source: The Los Angeles Times
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