Since 1923, the city of Long Beach, California, in Los Angeles County, has had its own airport for locals and visitors to use as an option to the much larger LAX. Long Beach Airport (LGB) has almost a million and a half boardings each year, and is classified as a primary commercial service airport by the U.S. airport system. LGB is serviced by a handful of regional and major airlines, including:
JetBlue has designated Long Beach as a focus city and approximately 80% of the flights from LGB are on the popular low-cost carrier. The airport is under strict noise regulations and is kept to a very tight daily flight count in order to stay a welcome part of the Long Beach community. Routes to cities in California and nearby states are the most popular from LGB, including Oakland, Las Vegas, and Salt Lake City.
Long Beach Transit provides several public transportation route options on buses that go from the city and surrounding areas to the airport. The airport is located on Wardlow Road which merges with larger arteries providing easy access to the airport by car or airport/hotel shuttle. Additionally, there are several ride sharing services active in the area.
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