Traveler’s Guide to Los Angeles International Airport
Third busiest airport in the United States and sixth busiest airport in the world, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the major airport serving the area of Greater Los Angeles. Serving more than 25 airlines and being the operating hub for Alaska Airlines, American Airlines and Great Lakes Airlines, the airport connects more than 69 international and 87 domestic destinations across Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia, Oceania and Middle East. Los Angeles International Airport operates flights to many prominent destinations including Chicago, Atlanta, Moscow, Berlin, Tokyo, Seoul and many more and is also the focus city for Air New Zealand, Qantas and many more carriers.
Los Angeles International Airport Transfers
The Flyaway Bus connects the airport terminal to downtown Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley and Westside.
LACMTA and Santa Monica Big Blue Bus system offer many buses that connect the airport terminal to prominent destinations in the city.
Los Angeles International Airport Amenities
Los Angeles International Airport is stuffed with some of the best restaurants and cafeterias including McDonald’s and Starbucks.
Those who love to shop won’t be disappointed as there are numerous duty free shopping stores and gift stores inside the airport where you can shop for everything ranging from books to wines.
Some of the other amenities available at the airport are free Wi-Fi, medical care, banking facilities, baggage services and much more.
Los Angeles International Airport Parking
Parking facility is available for both long term and short term stays and there is provision to park more than 15,000 vehicles in the premises. Equipped with CCTV’s, the parking is safe and secure, parking rates vary from $12 to $30 for a day.