This Thursday, June 20, 2013 photo shows the New Tom Bradley International Terminal, or TBIT, at the Los Angeles International Airport. The intent of architect Curtis Fentress' design of the terminal is inspired by the Pacific Ocean on LAX's west side, with a flowing roofline that recalls the rhythm of waves breaking on the beach. An open and spacious 110-foot-tall, 150,000 square foot Great Hall suffused with natural daylight acknowledges Southern California's temperate climate, while its aluminum roof arches over the column-free structure. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
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