Los Angeles

Los Angeles International Airport (IATA code LAX) is the main airport that serves the area of Los Angeles, being the second most densely populated metropolis in the United States. The airport is situated 26 km away from the city of Los Angeles in southwestern direction, in the Westchester District. The airport handles around 60 million passengers each year and is a base for United Airlines, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines and Great Lakes Airlines. It is also a main focus city for Allegiant Air, Southwest Airlines and Virgin America. Los Angeles International Airport is the busiest airport in California, followed by San Francisco International Airport and offers connections to 87 domestic destinations and 69 international destinations in North and Latin America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Oceania. It aslo has facilities to handle Airbus A380 aircraft. Los Angeles International Airport has nine passenger terminals, served by shuttle buses. The available airport facilities include two conference rooms, paid Wi-Fi internet, general conference facilities, facilities for the disabled travellers, large parking zone accessed from all terminals, as well as offices of more than forty rent-a-car companies. The terminal facilities include ATM machines, many fast-food restaurants, cafes, bars and shops, plus duty-free zone and a first-aid station. Los Angeles International Airport could be reached through the freeway, several bus lines, the shuttle service FlyAway Bus, the metro green line, as well as by many taxis and private shuttle buses.  

Latitude 33
Longitude 118
Full name Los Angeles
Alternative names
Address 1 World Way, Los Angeles, California 90045, United States
Phone (310) 646 5252
Website http://www.lawa.org
Owner City of Los Angeles