LAX announces new voices to greet travelers at the airport

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Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has announced the four new iconic personalities to be featured in  passenger greetings at the airport.

The famous personalities, singer-songwriter Billie Eilish, American footballer Jared Goff, actress Issa Rae and musician Zedd, will welcome travelers to Los Angeles as part of the airport’s ‘Voices of Los Angeles’ project.

LAX launched the ‘Voices of Los Angeles’ project in July. It plays recorded messages from iconic local figures who reflect the diversity, creativity and “wow-factor” you can find in the City of Angels. The voices include local entertainers, sports figures, musicians, actors, chefs and other celebrity voices that echo the spirit of Los Angeles.

“Los Angeles is the City of Stars, and LAX is excited to bring the voices of some of these stars into our airport with inspiring and engaging messages that welcome all to our great city,” said Deborah Flint, chief executive officer, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA).

“The Voices of Los Angeles project has proven to be extremely popular with our guests, and we’re excited to continue showcasing entertainers, athletes and more as a fun way to surprise our guests and celebrate the diversity, creativity and talent of these incredible Angelenos.”

The messages, which will rotate throughout the day and be replaced on a regular basis with new voices, will play on the overhead announcement system inside each terminal.

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