Cheap Flights from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles International in 2019

Flight information Salt Lake City to Los Angeles International

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 590 miles

1h 47min

Most popular airline last month


Los Angeles International and Hawthorne

2 airports

Explore Los Angeles

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The Hollywood Roosevelt


The Standard Downtown LA


SLS Hotel


Cheap Flights from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles International Airport

Looking for a flight from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles, California? Salt Lake City residents will find lots to do in the City of Angels. From Hollywood Boulevard to Disneyland, LA truly has something for everyone.

Flying Out of Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City International Airport is about five miles northwest of downtown Salt Lake City. It's easy to get a non-stop flight from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles. Airlines that fly this route include Southwest, SkyWest, Compass, Alaska, and Delta. The airport has two terminals for domestic travel. Depending on your airline, you'll fly out of either terminal 1 or terminal 2. Both terminals feature a wide variety of shopping and eating options, including food courts. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport.

Arriving at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

LAX is the second busiest airport in the United States, and the fifth busiest in the world. The airport is less than 20 miles southwest of downtown Los Angeles. The airport has nine terminals arranged in a u-shaped configuration, with parking structures located in the middle. The terminals are two-story with the lower level for arrivals. You'll also find baggage claims on the lower level of each terminal.

Ground Transportation in Los Angeles

LA is a city where most people drive. If you want to rent a car while you're in town, ten rental car companies are available. Use Skyscanner to find and reserve your rental car.

There are many other ways to get from LAX to anywhere you want to go. Courtesy shuttles are available for travel between terminals, or to transfer to the Metro Green Line, an elevated train that runs between Redondo Beach and Norwalk. You can also take the LAX Flyaway Bus from any terminal to several locations in the Los Angeles area. Long-distance shared-ride vans can take you from the airport to destinations northwest of LA. Other forms of transportation from the airport include city buses and taxis.

Time and Weather Information

Salt Lake City is in the Mountain Time Zone, while Los Angeles is in the Pacific. LA is one hour earlier than Salt Lake City, meaning you'll lose an hour on your way there.

Salt Lake City has a semi-arid climate with a wide range of temperatures--from below freezing in the winter to over 100° in the summer. Los Angeles's climate is considered dry subtropical. The weather is usually mild, with an average of 284 sunny days per year. The average temperature is around 64°. When LA gets rain, it's normally in the winter months of January, February, and March.

From sun-soaked beaches to the Aquarium of the Pacific, there's tons to see and do in LA. Not sure where to start? Check out our Guide to 48 Hours in LA.

Catching a flight from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles is a simple way to start your next adventure.

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