The Theme Building, constructed to look like a landing spacecraft is one of the oldest airport buildings in the world.
15 years after the last flight took off: A wildfire hits the airport. Although partially charred, the building survives. However, plant life under the airplanes feeds the fire. Just like Air Force One, they explode.
50 years after people: The Theme Building survives a huge earthquake, thanks to a mass damper installed on the roof that keeps it steady during the common earthquakes of California. The earthquake destroys the terminals and main building and damages the nearby Randy's Doughnuts.
125 years after people: the Theme Building survives another large earthquake thanks to it's mass damper, and continues to endure. The LAX Control tower, however, collapses.
1000 years after people:The building may be the last thing still standing in Los Angeles.