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Cheap Flights from Los Angeles International to Detroit

Flight information Los Angeles International to Detroit

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$196

Non-stop airlines

4

Flights per week

44

Average flight time, total distance 1985 miles

4h 9min

Most popular airline last month

Delta

Detroit Wayne County, Detroit City and Detroit Willow Run

3 airports

Fly from Los Angeles International to Detroit

Detroit is one of the most exciting cities to visit in the United States. This mid-sized city is the largest both in Michigan and at the border between the United States and Canada, and is also a significant port for the Great Lakes thanks to its strategic location on the Detroit River. A precipitous decline in the 20th century led to vacant buildings and reduced city services, but Detroit has bounced back in style thanks to its committed city residents who have spearheaded a number of projects to revitalize the city. A thriving urban gardening movement has inspired similar efforts in other cities, and the recent installation of all-LED street lighting has made Detroit the largest municipality to sport this environmentally-conscious and energy-efficient improvement.

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Facilities at Los Angeles International and Detroit

Los Angeles International Airport is the largest and busiest in California and the second-busiest in the United States. The airport has nine terminals and plenty of duty-free shopping, dining and even live performances.

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is a first-tier airport based out of Romulus, a suburb of Detroit. This busy airport is composed of two terminals that are connected by a convenient shuttle. McNamara Terminal is the larger of the two and houses concourses A, B and C. Here there are many shopping and dining options, and a colorful Light Tunnel that connects Concourse A to B and C. North Terminal is the smaller of the two and has Concourse D and a pet relief center convenient for those traveling with animals.

Travel from Detroit Metropolitan Airport

You can take buses 120 and 280 operated by the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation, or SMART, straight into Detroit proper. There are also shuttles that lead to local hotels, car rental services, and even into southern Ontario. Alternatively, I-94 and I-275 connect right to the airport for those renting a car or taking a taxi.

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Hints and Tips for Detroit

Tourists will find much to enjoy during a trip to Detroit. The city is the birthplace of the Motown record label and the resulting Motown Sound, and there are a number of attractions such as the Motown Winter Blast and Motown Historical Museum that music buffs are sure to love. The Ford Model T was also invented here at the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant which is now a museum dedicated to the early automotive industry. In the summer, River Days is a week-long event that draws millions of visitors who flock to enjoy the scenic International Riverfront and a fireworks finale.

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