Los Angeles International Airport

Los Angeles International Airport is the West Coast gateway to the United States, for a multitude of airlines. American, United, Alaska, and Delta all have major hubs located at Los Angeles and cater to a variety of destinations.


The Los Angeles International Airport is located 18 miles southwest of Downtown Los Angeles. It serves as the primary airport for the Los Angeles area, however feeder and relief airports also exist, including the Hollywood Burbank Airport, the John Wayne Santa Ana Airport, and the Ontario International Airport.

The Los Angeles International Airport has also become a focus city for Allegiant Air, Southwest Airlines, Volaris, and beginning October 7th, 2020, a major focus for JetBlue, as a part of their new codeshare with American Airlines.

About the Hub

Why LAX?

  • Los Angeles is a beautiful city to fly into, and offers a wide variety of other tourist and connector destinations in the American Airlines, United Airlines, Alaska Airlines, and Delta Airlines regional and mainline networks.
  • On the Los Angeles American Airlines regional network, there are great destinations within California, Oregon, and Washington State that offer beautiful approaches and scenery.
  • Want to know more about the Los Angeles Airport, or Los Angeles in general? Read more at https://www.flylax.com/ for more information about the airport. For more information about the city of Los Angeles, visit https://www.lacity.org/.

Screenshots of the Los Angeles Hub

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