Cheap flights from LAX to Dubai

Flight information Los Angeles International to Dubai

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 8335 miles

15h 50min

Most popular airline last month


Dubai and Dubai Creek SPB

2 airports

Explore Dubai

Dubai Hotels

Atlantis The Palm


Jumeirah Beach Hotel


Palace Downtown


To plan a trip to Los Angeles to Dubai, you need a few different things: an affinity for history and culture and this flight search tool that narrows down the best flight deals from Los Angeles. Because when it comes to Dubai, it’s the getting there that takes some to-do—once you get there, the magic of the city immediately sweeps you up.

Everyone knows the best vacation starts with a great flight deal and an airport that’s easy to navigate, so we did the leg work and mapped out the ins and outs of flying into Dubai: from finding the best flight deals to deciding which airport to fly into. Price, location, searches and advice—we’ve got it all.

Dubai airports to Dubai proper: the nitty-gritty travel tips.

Dubai has three airports in its immediate vicinity: Dubai International Airport, Al Maktoum International Airport, and Dubai Creek SPB airport. Dubai International Airport, or DXB, is typically the destination airport for flights from LAX

The Dubai International airport is a thriving global scene, seeing 66 million passengers annually as they travel to more than 260 international destinations, across 6 continents, and on more than 140 scheduled airlines. As far as the layout, there’s Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and Concourse A.

To get into Dubai once you’ve made the long flight, you can take a taxi—which you can order ahead by dialing (+971 (0) 4 208 0808)—recognizable by its cream color (if a female driver is at the wheel the trim will be pink). There’s an official taxi rank at each terminal that can help you get a cab.

Airlines, flights and prices from Los Angeles to Dubai.

7 flights per week make the journey between Los Angeles and Dubai, and the price of those flights can dip as low as about $547 per flight. It takes 17 hours and 10 minutes to make the 8,336-mile voyage.

Emirates Airlines provides direct service from LAX to Dubai. Otherwise, you can use airlines that make connections, such as Lufthansa, Delta, Virgin Atlantic and Aeroflot.

What to do once you’ve landed in Dubai

The life-changing experience that Dubai will offer is marked by a myriad choices of things to do, such as lounge at Jumeirah Beach, explore the offerings at Gold and Spice Souks or the Dubai Mall, or simply wander—head to the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa and take in breathtaking views of the Persian Gulf.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.