Los Angeles is the second largest and busiest city of America, and is home to vibrant golden beaches, beautiful and widespread cityscape second only to New York, and the most diverse forms of entertainment. Its primary airport, the LA International airport (LAX), happens to be one of the largest in the USA and the busiest in California. Terminal one is as big as the entire Long Beach airport.
Flights from LAX connect to 87 domestic and 69 international destinations. The airport is known as the gateway to the Pacific Rim and is located in Southwestern LA. It operates with nine terminals arranged in a U-shape, all connected by shuttles.
Travelling to Los Angeles airport
One of the most economical ways to travel is the Metro Rail Green Line to Union station and boarding a FlyAway bus from there. The journey would cost a little above $5 and takes only 45 minutes before you can catch your flights from Los Angeles.
Local buses also offer routes to the airport but the metropolitan city's jam-prone roads make that option exhausting. Santa Monica's Big Blue Bus #3 has a stop at LAX Transit center from where the Parking Lot "C" shuttle transports passengers to the airport. Cabs are another option, albeit expensive at approximately $47 one way. Uber and Lyft are alternative options.