Kathy Briski

Incoming President, Los Angeles Business Travelers Association

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Incoming President of the Los Business Travelers Association

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JD Power says Los Angeles International Airport is  18th out of 19 major American airports  when it comes to passenger satisfaction. One of the complaints is the  food .

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JD Power says Los Angeles International Airport is 18th out of 19 major American airports when it comes to passenger satisfaction. One of the complaints is the food .

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