Cheap Flights from Houston George Bush Intercntl. to Los Angeles International
Flight information Houston George Bush Intercntl. to Los Angeles International
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Fly from George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
Houston area residents planning a West Coast vacation getaway might fly from George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The Los Angeles area offers trendy shopping districts, great beaches for sunbathing and surfing, world-class dining, vibrant nightlife and attractions that are fun for all ages. Nonstop flights from George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) take about four hours. American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, United Airlines and Spirit Airlines offer nonstop service from Houston to Los Angeles. Flights from George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) are available on other airlines with connections in another city.
Facilities at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
When you fly from George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), you will arrive at one of nine terminals. Eight of the terminals are for domestic flights and one is dedicated to international flights. All the major domestic carriers, including Delta Airlines and Frontier Airlines, serve LAX. If you need to transfer terminals, catch the LAX Shuttle for Route A outside of your arrival terminal. Taxis are also available. Expect to pay around $50 to go to most places in the Los Angeles area. If you choose to rent a car, you must take the agency’s shuttle to their off-terminal car lot. All major companies, such as Budget, Alamo and National, are represented.
Things to Do Near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
Those traveling with children will enjoy visiting Disneyland in nearby Anaheim. To visit and tour popular television and movie studios, head to Studio City. Visit Universal Studios Hollywood in North Hollywood for theme-park attractions based on popular movies. The Santa Monica Pier’s dining, entertainment and amusement park is also a sure bet for families. Outdoor enthusiasts might head to one of the many beaches. Consider strolling along Venice Beach’s boardwalk where you will find dining and entertainment. West Hollywood and Rodeo Drive offer the best trendy and luxury shopping options in the area.
Hints and Tips for Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
There is something happening in Los Angeles any month of the year, including events and festivals. Visit Los Angeles in January to attend the Rose Bowl and the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena. If you love Halloween, you must visit Los Angeles in October for the world’s largest Halloween street celebration, in West Hollywood. If you visit during the holiday season, check out the Marina del Rey Holiday boat parade. Los Angeles is a multicultural city with influences from all over the world, so expect the food to be as interesting and varied as the people. You can find inexpensive street food from local food trucks or you can eat at high-end fine dining restaurants owned by celebrity chefs. Expect dinner for two at a mid-range restaurant to cost between $50 and $75.
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