Your Airport Guide for Meetings in Los Angeles
There are several airport options for groups flying into Los Angeles, including Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), L.A./Ontario International Airport (ONT), and Burbank Bob Hope Airport (BUR). Los Angeles is also serviced by nearly all major domestic carriers, numerous regional domestic airlines, and a wide variety of international carriers. L.A.’s public transportation options and vast network of highways make any of these airports a viable option for your client’s L.A. visit.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
LAX is located on the western side of Los Angeles, making it a logical choice for clients heading to Downtown, the Westside, Hollywood and the Beach Cities. LAX is the seventh busiest airport in the world, serving more than 66.7 million passengers a year. Its West Coast location makes it a gateway to international destinations, particularly Asia and the Pacific. With the newly renovated Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT), LAX serves more new-generation aircraft — Airbus A380, Boeing 787 Dreamliner and Boeing 747-8 — than any other airport in the Western Hemisphere.
The new TBIT is the centerpiece of a multi-billion-dollar capital improvement program at LAX. The project includes new gates and concourse areas, and a Great Hall for upscale dining and luxury retail, including many options that are unique to L.A.
L.A./Ontario International Airport (ONT)
L.A./Ontario is located east of Downtown L.A. and serves the Inland Empire, including Riverside, San Bernardino and Ontario.
Burbank Bob Hope Airport (BUR)
Bob Hope Airport is centrally located within the San Fernando Valley, ideal for clients exploring the Valley or as an alternate airport for those headed to Hollywood or Downtown.
Van Nuys Airport (VNY)
Van Nuys Airport is located in the San Fernando Valley and is a major airport for corporate and business travel, with several air charter companies operating in the airport.