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Flights from Los Angeles

The majestic sweep of shoreline and mountains, the glittering dreams of Hollywood, the theme parks, the upscale boutiques, the easy beach living, and the mad big-city rush: Los Angeles has it all -- and promises that you can, too. 

Flights from LAX

Los Angeles International Airport, LAX, serves over 36 million passengers every year. All four legacy airlines use it as a hub: Delta, United, American and Alaskan. Horizon Air and Great Lakes Airlines also use it as a hub, and Southwest, Virgin America, Allegiant, Volaris, Air New Zealand, and Qantas all have it as focus city. In total, there are over 60 airlines operating out of LAX, serving 87 domestic routes and 69 international ones. Because it’s such an integral part of the US air travel system, it’s not difficult to find cheap flights from LAX to just about anywhere in the country. 

There are 9 terminals arranged as a horseshoe, and distances between gates can be intimidating. Moving between terminals takes some time. Walkways are the most common method of transport, but certain airlines have shuttles for passenger use. Several terminals are exclusive to one major airline, and terminal 2 (the Tom Bradley Terminal) is dedicated to international flights. You’ll save time and sanity by planning ahead and checking your terminal number with your airline, especially if you have a tight connection. 

What to Do in Los Angeles

Bus tours, many of them featuring Hollywood locations, are a cheesy but fun and efficient way to take in a bit of flavor. Venice Beach offers incredible people-watching. 

Within the city center, nature lovers can get their fill of flora and fauna in the 4310 acres of Griffith Park, home to the world-famous LA Zoo. Within the park borders you’ll also find an observatory, many miles of gorgeous hiking trails, and an amazing cowboy museum in the Autry National Center. 

For high culture, visit the Getty Center. It has one of the finest art collections on the plant, and admission is totally free. 

Advice for Tourists Visiting Los Angeles

Spring and fall are lovely times to visit. You’ll miss out on the hottest weather, the worst of the smog, and the crushing summer crowds, but you’ll still get your share of LA sunshine and temperatures between 60 and 70 degrees. 

Getting around LA will be much easier with a car, and you’ll also be able to visit the incredible nearby national parks. Skyscanner’s free rental car comparison tool will save you time and money. Accommodation prices here can vary hugely by area and season, so try our free hotel comparison service and find a wonderful room within your budget.  

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