Like the city it serves, Los Angeles International Airport is huge, very busy and often crowded. The airport began as a dirt landing strip in 1928 and a hangar, which is still preserved, was erected the following year. Commercial flights began in 1946, and the airport now has flights to all 6 inhabited continents. The facility currently consists of 8 domestic terminals and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. The airport has been shown in hundreds of movies, TV shows and video games.