Secret Military Ops In Los Angeles, LAX Airport Flights Diverted

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All flights via LAX have been diverted for one week as highly secretive military operations are taking place near the airport

A mysterious and secretive military operation is currently taking place over the Pacific which is forcing flights landing at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to take a different route to the airport. 

Planes have been told that airspace over the Pacific is closed to incoming flights for the next week ahead, and that they are not to fly at low altitudes to the west. The military have refused to disclose what is happening.

ABC7 News reports:

“We clearly understand that neighbors and communities east of the airport will experience noise and we apologize for that,” said Nancy Castles, LAX public relations director.

The military is not saying what exactly is causing the change, and LAX claims it’s also in the dark. Castles said all they know is planes can’t be flying at low altitudes to our west.

Six years ago, ABC7 cameras captured a military operation in downtown LA. Helicopters were seen swooping between high-rises, close enough that residents were able to see armed soldiers in camouflage outside their window.

Authorities claimed it was part of a training exercise designed to ensure the military’s ability to operate in urban environments and to prepare forces for upcoming overseas deployment.

What’s going on this week is a mystery.

“And plus if it’s a military thing it’s a good thing, that means they’re making it safer for us so I wouldn’t let it bother me,” said Steve Devosion of Inglewood. “I’d be more interested in them not doing something about what’s going on than them doing something about what’s going on.”


  1. Not “mysterious”, not “secret”. You….a little known website…..are reporting on it. So: “Obvious” and “right out in the open.”

  2. Not “mysterious”, not “secret”. You….a little known website…..are reporting on it. So: “Obvious” and “right out in the open.”

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