LAX (Los Angeles International Airport) is the largest and busiest international airport on the U.S. West Coast. In 2018, 78.5 million passengers used LAX, and during 2019, on average 693 daily nonstop flights to 113 U.S. cities and 1,205 weekly nonstop flights to 91 cities in 47 countries on 72 commercial air carriers operate at LAX.
LAX has PERMALIGHT® Photoluminescent PVC UL924-listed Exit Signs installed as permanent as well as temporary signage during construction. Listed below are the signs used at LAX, and the available options from American PERMALIGHT®.
Please note: If you need these signs in a large quantity, contact us directly to see if you qualify for PERMALIGHT® Preferred Pricing!
PERMALIGHT® UL924-listed Photoluminescent Exit Signs
PERMALIGHT® PVC UL924-listed Exit Signs are building code-compliant for use in buildings such as LAX, and more. Here is a full list of compliances our signs fall into.
- IBC – International Building Code
- IFC – International Fire Code
- NFPA 101-Life Safety Code
- NFPA 5000 – Building Construction and Safety Code
- The Joint Commission (TJC), formerly JCAHO-Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
- OSHA 1910.37 (b)(6)
- UL924-listed for High-Location and Floor Proximity Use
- UL924-listed for the United States & Canada
- Cal-Fire Approved
Purchase Your Building Code-Compliant Exit Signs from American PERMALIGHT®
Trusted in high-traffic, large volume spaces such as LAX, PERMALIGHT® UL924-listed Photoluminescent Exit Signs can be purchased easily online from our website. Have a need for a large number of exit signs for your next project? Contact us directly for your PERMALIGHT® Preferred Pricing – We offer this discount to those in the trade and for bulk-sized orders (must meet qualification standards for discount).
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Los Angeles International Airport, which is shortened to LAX (with each letter pronounced separately) is operated by the Los Angeles World Airports out of the Westchester neighborhood of Los, Angeles, California since 1930. The airport covers 3,500 acres of land and has four parallel runways.
As the largest and busiest international airport on the U.S. West Coast, LAX is a major international gateway to the United States, and also serves a connection point for passengers traveling internationally. The airport holds the record for the world’s busiest origin and destination airport, since relative to other airports, many more travelers begin or end their trips in Los Angeles than use it as a connection. It is also the only airport to rank among the top five U.S. airports for both passenger and cargo traffic.
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