Cheap Flights from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to Los Angeles International in 2019

Flight information Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to Los Angeles International

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 1944 miles

4h 29min

Most popular airline last month


Los Angeles International and Hawthorne

2 airports

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The Hollywood Roosevelt


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The trip from Atlanta to Los Angeles takes passengers from one coast to the next, bound for the destination of sunny skies and West Coast revelry. In-flight trip times average about 4 ½ hours, and the total distance is just shy of 2,000 miles.

For people wanting to take a non-stop, direct route, Hartsfield International currently has two carriers that offer the trip daily. Delta and United Airlines have been the go-to airliners from Atlanta to the western part of the United States for many years, and each has continued to see increased flight traffic.

Making your way to Atlanta Hartsfield

Whether you are a visitor or a resident of Atlanta, getting to the city’s airport can be a bit confusing for newcomers. Atlanta Hartsfield has two terminals, one for domestic flights, and the other for international travel. Keep in mind that each has its own entrance from Interstates 75, 85, and 285. The city has installed updated signs to make it easier for travelers.

You can get to the airport via the local Metropolitan Transit Authority (MARTA), in addition to the public bus and shuttle system. To make sure that you are running on-schedule en route to the airport, Atlanta Hartsfield’s free TRAK-A-FLIGHT services give you updated flight and security wait-time information for your flight to Los Angeles, and it is available on your mobile device. Also, If you’re traveling to the airport with pets, Atlanta-Hartsfield has several areas available to give your animals some relief, including a large fenced-in dog park.

Arriving in L.A.

Once you make it to the West Coast and go through three time zones, one of the best things you can do to cure that jet lag feeling is by paying a visit to the beach. Los Angeles is full of excellent beaches, perfect for lounging, swimming, and surfing!

The climate is warm year-round, so head on over to Santa Monica Bay, Redonda, Manhattan Beach, or Hermosa for a fun-filled day of much needed relaxation. Catalina Island is yet another hot spot for arriving tourists, especially since it boasts a laid-back atmosphere that is difficult to find inside the city limits of the nearby, bustling mega metropolis. If you are bringing the kids with you, remember to buy tickets to Disneyland. Anaheim is just a short drive from Los Angeles!

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