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Additional terminal space and cargo handling capability will be among the top 1992 planning priorities of the Los Angeles Department of Airports, according to executive director Clifton A. Moore, in a recent report.
"Although an uncertain economy lingers, last year's concerns over war and terrorism have receded enough to permit the Department to return to its original focus of operating its four airports and preparing for future growth," said Moore in transmitting the Department's just-released annual report to Mayor Tom Bradley.
The Department operates three commercial aviation facilities. Los Angeles International, Ontario International and Palmdale Regional …