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Cheap round-trip flights to Los Angeles

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Why Book a Flights to Los Angeles

A globally important centre of culture, business and tourism, Los Angeles is the second largest city in the US. Yet this urban area is fringed by mountains, deserts and beautiful beaches.

As the centre of the biggest film industry in the world, it’s easy to feel familiar with LA - but being there in the flesh is another thing entirely.


When to Book Flights to Los Angeles

Blessed with year-round warm weather and sunshine, there is no real holiday season in LA as such. And its main attractions also have a permanent appeal. You can go star spotting on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, hang out on the beach at Malibu, or enjoy a family day out at a choice of world-class theme parks at any time of year.

However, if you are planning on visiting Disneyland or Universal Studios, then it is probably best to book flights well in advance. As popular family holiday destinations, flights are busiest during the school holidays. But, for many of the city’s other attractions, you can travel at any time. Go celeb spotting in Beverly Hills, watch the performers down on Venice Beach or sip cocktails on the Sunset Strip throughout the calendar year.


How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Los Angeles

The real secret to booking Cheap Flights to LA is knowing how to get the best out of your Expedia search. By learning a few tricks, you can vastly improve your chances of getting flights to Los Angeles at a great rate.

Firstly, make sure that you’re utilising the ‘Nearby Airports’ option when you search. This will give you a bigger selection of relevant arrival or departure destinations.

If you’re flying from London try a search for all London airports, rather than a specific one. This expands your search options and helps you find a better deal.

If possible, try and be a little flexible about when you travel, looking at the days either side of your chosen departure and return. Click the ‘Show flexible dates’ button and you will open up a whole new range of flight options, with many coming in cheaper than your original results.


UK Departures to Los Angeles

There are many direct and indirect flights to Los Angeles from London and a number of other UK airports.

These include:


Main Airports in Los Angeles

Los Angeles International Airport, better known as LAX, is a gigantic travel hub and one of the world’s largest airports. There are regular flights to LAX from the UK, as well as a many connecting destinations. There is a relatively good public transport service to the airport, with the LAX FlyAway direct buses from numerous places around the city.

Other airports include Long Beach, Bob Hope (Burbank), John Wayne and LA/Ontario, which all have international arrivals and departures. Almost all the airports lack comprehensive direct train access but there are excellent car rental facilities in each of them.


Which airlines fly to Los Angeles?

Indirect and direct flights to Los Angeles are available from a number of different carriers.

These include:


How to Get to and Around Los Angeles

Public transport in LA, as in most US cities, leaves something to be desired. Although there is an extensive bus and underground network, considering the city’s size it is in need of some redevelopment.

Even if you can catch a bus, you should expect a walk at either end as they tend to stick to the main thoroughfares rather than serving individual neighbourhoods.

Which explains why the car is king in LA. Car hire options in LA are plentiful and generally good value - as is petrol. And a comprehensive road network (including several major freeways) traverses the city.

Travelling further afield, a fairly good long-distance rail network and good domestic flight options make getting around relatively straightforward.


What Are the Must-Sees in Los Angeles?

Los Angeles is less a city and more a huge metropolitan area - home to 17 million people. Check out the world-famous neighbourhoods of Beverly Hills and Bel Air, keeping your eyes peeled for the homes of the stars. Mingle with the rock gods down on the Sunset Strip or grab your surfboard and head out to the coast.

The Downtown area has seen a revival in recent years, home to a new hip scene full of bars and chic vintage shops.

Hollywood is the place movie magic is made and Venice Beach is where street performers ply their trade.

As Frank Lloyd Wright once said: ‘Tip the world on its side and everything loose will land in Los Angeles’.


Tips for Travelling in Los Angeles

It’s well worth checking the current visa situation and advice about requirements for the US as they have undergone several recent changes. There are now a number of reasons why British travellers might require a visa. However, on the whole, there are rarely problems accessing the USA.

Reviews from verified customers

Oct 11, 2018

Flight was on time. We didn't get allocated seats together but we're able to switch. Free drink and snack offered. Baggage came through very quickly at LA.

Oct 9, 2018

Good service and have enough leg room for economy flight food not bad

Oct 8, 2018

Seating is a bit tough for a 12 hour flight - I could definitely feel achy in my lower back and tail bone.

Oct 7, 2018

For the price they were excellent.

Oct 4, 2018

Cramped seats

Sep 30, 2018

Very satisfied thank you.

Sep 29, 2018

Brilliant experience Actually looking forward to flight home

Sep 26, 2018

When I booked the flight with Expedia I booked it as I thought there was a checked bag free of charge but there wasn’t which was very disappointing !

Sep 25, 2018

For an economy flight I can't fault them

Sep 23, 2018

Good value experience... everything ok but nothing amazing either. Thanks