Flights from Los Angeles Century City to the United States

Flight information Los Angeles Century City to United States

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Century City, California is home to corporate offices, Hollywood executives, and upscale living high rise buildings. It is a business district just outside of Los Angeles that appeals to those who don suits and polished shoes. If you plan to depart Century City in search of a quiet respite from the world, or have business to attend to in another major city, Skyscanner can help you find the cheapest airfare available for the route to your desired destination.


Departing from Century City

Unless you are fortunate to have your own private jet, there is currently no public service airport located in Century City. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the closest airport to Century City and is located a mere 11 miles away. You can get to LAX via a private car, limo service, public bus, Uber or Lyft, or by car. There is plenty of short-term and long-term parking available at the airport in the event you need to leave your car behind while you are away.

Los Angeles International Airport is a nine terminal facility that serves approximately 84 million travelers each year. The major airlines that operate out of this facility are Alaska Airlines, Delta, American Airlines, and United.

Popular US Destinations

Have a meeting to attend to in Chicago? You can fly to the Windy City for as low as $177 when book your flight during the off-peak travel season. The flight to Chicago takes around four hours to complete and you can fly there with Spirit Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, or Alaska Airlines. When you arrive in Chicago, you will most likely land at O'Hare International Airport (ORD), which is approximately 15 miles from downtown Chicago.

Are you a tech executive who wants to explore the Pacific Northwest? Head north to Seattle and experience all of the technology and recreational activities available in this neck of the woods. For less than $130 and a two and a half hours of your time, you can catch a flight with Delta, American Airlines, or Spirit Airlines and escape the heat and smog of the city in search of fresh air and plenty of remote wilderness areas to explore. When you arrive to Seattle, you will land at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). From SEA, you can catch an Uber or Lyft ride, hail a taxi, hop on the King County Metro Bus, ride the SoundTransit, or pick up a rental car from the airport.

For less money than it would cost you to fill up your gas tank and make the drive, you can fly round trip to San Francisco for less than $100. Consider taking a trip to San Francisco if you would like to take a respite from the busy city life for the weekend, but would still like to stay close to home. You can catch a flight to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) via Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, and Delta.

Tips for Saving Money on Your Flight

Did you know, you can maximize your travel savings by booking your flight during the lesser traveled months of the year? Check out Skyscanner's Cheapest Month travel charts to see when the best deals are typically offered. Also, fly during the middle of the week and at night when airline tickets are less in demand.

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