Jehovah’s Witnesses return to LAX this holiday season

Jehovah's Witnesses resume their public ministry at LAX after an unprecedented pause. Courtesy photo
LOS ANGELES – As the bustle of holiday traffic returns to pre-pandemic levels, travelers shuffling through LAX with their bags and passports in tow can expect to see another sight return to the international airport for the first time since March 2020: Jehovah’s Witnesses standing next to mobile carts featuring colorful literature in a variety of languages.Industry analysts and airport officials said that passenger traffic on U.S. airlines in 2022 could reach or exceed pre-pandemic numbers. In 2019, an estimated 3.21 million travelers passed through LAX during the two-week Thanksgiving period, compared to the two million travelers in 2021. If estimates are correct, travelers at LAX will see a 60% increase in traffic over last year’s hustle and bustle.While a return to pre-pan
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