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Departure Thu, 17 Oct Return Mon, 21 Oct
BOS Boston
LAX Los Angeles
return from $255
Departure Sat, 16 Nov Return Mon, 18 Nov
BOS Boston
LAX Los Angeles
return from $222
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With its elegant architecture and historic museums, Los Angeles is so much more than just Hollywood.
Local currency and cost comparison
Local, one-way ticket

Trains in Los Angeles are 30% cheaper than in Boston.

Los Angeles
Mid-priced restaurant

A meal in Los Angeles costs roughly the same as in Boston.

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Standard daytime start rate

A taxi in Los Angeles costs roughly the same as in Boston.

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Regular cappuccino

Coffee is 13% more expensive in Los Angeles than in Boston.

Los Angeles
( Boston airports
  • ? Logan International Airport (BOS)
    How far from city center: 3 miles
  • ? Lawrence (LWM)
    How far from city center: 25 miles
) Los Angeles airports
  • ? Los Angeles Intl Airport (LAX)
    How far from city center: 12 miles
  • ? Citicorp (JCX)
    How far from city center: 1 miles
  • ? Van Nuys (VNY)
    How far from city center: 18 miles
  • ? Whiteman (WHP)
    How far from city center: 17 miles
L Distance: 2590 miles

Going to and from the airports

Flights from Boston

Boston is famous for its educational institutions and is one of the most important cities in the USA. It is served by Logan International Airport, which is just five kilometers from Boston city center. This airport is equipped with six runways and approximately 16,000 employees work at this colossal structure.

Boston to LAX flights take off from Logan International Airport. Logan Airport has been functional since 1923 and is one of the oldest airports in the USA. Being one of the busiest airports in the USA, Logan International Airport is used by many international travelers from across the world.

Travelling to Boston airport

To get to LAX from Boston, make sure you arrive at the airport well before your scheduled departure time. The airport is located in East Boston, at a distance of five kilometers from central Boston. Take the Silver Line SL1 from downtown to reach the airport quickly. The Blue Line Subway is another option. If you are near downtown Boston, reach the South Station near Atlantic Avenue and take the Blue Line to get off at the Airport Station. You can also take taxis from wherever you are in the city, especially if you are running late and you are not comfortable looking for metro stations.

Reaching Los Angeles

Known for its movie and entertainment industry, Los Angeles is a global city that offers a wide range of activities for its visitors. Begin your day at sunny Venice Beach, which is great for people-watching and grabbing a sumptuous breakfast. Walk along the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and try to recognize the names of movie stars. Do not forget to spend time window-shopping at Rodeo Drive, an upscale retail destination. Take a ride on Mulholland Drive, made famous in many Hollywood movies. If you find time, discover the heritage buildings that dot the streets of downtown Los Angeles. Finally, head toward Beverly Hills for a night of partying and socializing.

Getting to the city center

Flights from Boston to Los Angeles land at the Los Angeles International Airport, also known by its IATA airport code 'LAX'. LAX is conveniently served by buses, shuttle services, taxis and metro trains. Metro 117, 232 and 40 take you directly to the Los Angeles Union Station, in the heart of the city. You may also hop on one of the FlyAway buses, which offer services to Downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood, Santa Monica, etc. You may also take a metro at LAX Station, which can be accessed by Shuttle bus G. While taxis are readily available, buses and shuttle services offer an efficient and cheap way to get to LA city center.

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