Los Angeles airport

Los Angeles Airport , better known as LAX, is in the Westchester area, southeast of the city. It is the airport with the most direct flights worldwide and is the third in the United States and fifth in the world with the highest passenger traffic. It is the second most important in terms of international transit in the country after the JFK in New York and the one with the most flights of the United Airlines company.

At LAX you can find about 90 national and 70 international destinations, operating in it the most important companies in the United States and the rest of the world. This airport has an area of ​​about 14 square kilometers and there is usually a lot of fog since it is on the coast, something that usually forces many flights to land at the LA / Ontario airport, which is about 70 kilometers away. In the city there are other airports such as Bob Hope Airport or John Wayne.

At LAX Airport (whose letters are pronounced independently) there are 9 terminals that are distributed in a U-shape and that you can go from one to another on foot, although it also has a bus system that connects them all very quickly and easily. having in all of them also a lot of shops, restaurants, bars and other services such as ATMs and several currency exchange centers.

Highlight the Tom Bradley International Terminal , inaugurated in 1984 on the occasion of the Olympic Games in the city and which is in the western part of the airport. There you can find offices of almost all international airlines (including Iberia) and it moves about 10 million passengers each year of the total of 60 that the airport usually moves in total.