LAX Airport

Los Angeles

LAX Airport
Los Angeles
LAX Airport
Los Angeles
Los Angeles International Airport is the second largest airport in the United States and is located in the Westchester neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.
 
It is equipped with 9 passenger Terminals connected by a U-shaped two-level roadway and is the hub of the American airlines Delta, American Airlines and United.
 
Los Angeles Airport is managed by Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), which also operates at Van Nuys Airport (VNY), located in the heart of the San Fernando Valley, dedicated to general and non-commercial aviation, for private, corporate and charter aircraft (Info: www.iflyvny.com).
 
INFORMATION
Management company Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA)
Address: 1 World Way - Los Angeles, CA 90045
Telephone no.: (855) 463-5252
Websitewww.flylax.com

TECHNICAL DATA
IATA Code: LAX
ICAO Code: KLAX
Country code: US
 
Flights
Transportation to/from the airport
Shuttle bus at the airport
  • Free "G" shuttle bus service provided by Green Line Aviation subway station. At the airport this shuttle bus service is indicated by the LAX Shuttle & Airline Connections signage at Arrivals in front of each terminal.
 
  • The "Lotto C" shuttle takes you to the Metro Bus Center, where you take city buses that serve the Los Angeles area.
The stops for the C lot and the City Bus Center are located in the Upper / Departures level, following the Parking Lots Shuttle Zone sign.

Bus
Several buses connect the city of Los Angeles with the airport and vice versa.
 
Public buses serving Los Angeles Airport are the Culver City, Santa Monica Big Blue Bus and Torrance Transit bus lines. At the airport these buses are located at the Metro Bus Center in lot C.
 
LAX FlyAway® buses offer round-trip journeys, seven days a week, between each LAX terminal and the following locations:
  • Hollywood (west side of Vine St. - one and a half blocks south of Hollywood Boulevard).
  • Long Beach (north-west corner of the 1st St. and Long Beach Blvd. at Shelter A of the Long Beach Transit Gallery)
  • Orange Line (south side of Victory Blvd., east of Woodley Ave., along the Orange Line Metro bus line)
  • Union Station (Downtown Los Angeles)
  • Van Nuys (San Fernando Valley)
  • Westwood (West Los Angeles / Ucla)
These buses are located at the Arrivals in front of each Terminal ("long distance bus" sign).

Car
To reach Los Angeles from the airport and vice versa. By car via I-110 S and I-105 W in about 24 minutes for about 30 Km.
 
Taxi
Only authorized taxis are permitted at Los Angeles Airport with an official seal issued by the Los Angeles City Department of Transportation on each taxi. Taxis are available at the Arrivals of each Terminal at the airport.

Car Rental
The major car rental companies operate at Los Angeles Airport. The car rental offices are located outside the airport, away from the airline terminals.
 
Among the car rental companies that are authorized to bring their customers to the airline's terminals with courtesy shuttles there are: Advantage, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Fox, Hertz, Midway, National, Payless, Sixt and Thrifty.
 
Among the car hire companies that are required to meet passengers at the remote rental car store at the intersection of Century avenues and Airport there are: Allied, Economy, Ampm and Airport Van Rentals. Customers who use these car rental companies embark on LAX shuttle buses marked "G-Greenline" (signposted "LAX Shuttle Airline Connection").
 
 
Text by Alisè Vitri
Photo: Sisterscom.com, Shutterstock
Copyright © Sisterscom.com
Updated: July 2018
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