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About Los Angeles
Los Angeles is the most populous city in California and the second most populous city in the United States. With a population of 4 million people, it’s also one of America’s largest cities.
Los Angeles has a Mediterranean climate with warm, dry summers and mild winters. The average January temperature is 60 degrees Fahrenheit (16 degrees Celsius), while July averages 75 degrees Fahrenheit (24 degrees Celsius). In contrast to its neighbors San Francisco and San Diego, Los Angeles doesn’t get much rainfall—about 10 inches per year on average—and its dry climate makes it ideal for growing oranges.
The city was established in 1781 by Spanish settlers who named it after the Virgin Mary (la Reina de Los Ángeles). It gained prominence as an important trading post for those who wanted to explore or colonize California during this period due to its proximity to Mexico City. During World War II, Los Angeles boomed as part of America’s war effort because Angelenos worked in shipyards building warships; today those same shipyards are home to some amazing museums like Museo Chicano/Latino de Los Angeles (MCLA) where you can learn about Mexican-American history through art exhibits like “How Latinos Move Music: A Dance Celebration.”
Top Cities to Visit in Los Angeles
- Santa Monica
- Venice Beach
- Malibu (Malibu Canyon State Park, Zuma Beach)
- Beverly Hills (Rodeo Drive and Beverly Hills)
- Long Beach (Queen Mary, Aquarium of the Pacific)
- San Pedro (San Pedro Maritime Museum) *
- San Fernando Valley
- North Hollywood
- West Hollywood
(Rose Bowl Stadium + Rose Parade Route; Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens; Norton Simon Museum of Art; California Institute of Technology; Craft & Folk Art Museum; Richard Nixon Presidential Library & Birthplace + Nixon Center).
Top tips for finding cheap flights to Los Angeles
- If you’re flexible with your travel dates, then consider setting up a price alert and booking a flight at different times of the year. This can help you find cheap flights to Los Angeles without having to spend hours searching through sites like Skyscanner and Kayak.
- You should also check for deals on hotels and car rentals, as well as credit card rewards. These are just some of how you can find cheap flights to Los Angeles.
- Another good tip is to check for price drops after you’ve purchased your ticket. Some airlines will allow passengers to cancel or reschedule flights within 24 hours (some even offer this option for free), which means that if there is an opportunity for a last-minute deal, then there’s no harm in trying it out!
Top airlines flying to Los Angeles
If you’re looking for the best airline to fly with, there are a few that stand out. Delta Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and Alaska Airlines offer a variety of options for your trip to Los Angeles. Each airline has its perks and drawbacks. For example:
- Delta Airlines offers free in-flight entertainment as well as free checked bags. However, they’re one of the more expensive airlines to fly with (but it may be worth it if you have lots of luggage).
- American Airlines offers complimentary snacks on all flights—a nice bonus for those who enjoy eating during their travels! They also have some good deals if you book ahead of time online or via their app (you’ll save up to 20% off!). The downside? You won’t be able to check any bags without paying extra—even if they’re small enough not to count towards your weight allowance!
- United Airlines has some great features when it comes traveling via air; however, they charge baggage fees which can add up quickly depending on how many times someone travels over the course year.”
Frequently Asked Questions
The cheapest day of the week to fly to Los Angeles is Tuesday. The most expensive day is Saturday, followed by Friday and Sunday. We recommend avoiding travel on holidays because they are significantly more expensive than other days of the week. If you’re planning a trip around a holiday, check our Fare Details or use our fare search engine to find out which days will be cheaper.
The cheapest time of year to fly from Boston to Los Angeles is in the Fall (September – November) when roundtrip flights cost $1,021.
If you’re looking for a direct flight to Los Angeles, there are a few reasons why this may not be an option. First, there are only so many airports that offer direct flights to LAX and they typically cost more. Second, you can generally get better fares by connecting to another city which will add time and hassle to your trip.
The easiest way to find the right ticket is by using Skyscanner’s “flexible dates” feature (located under the “date” dropdown menu). Just input how flexible you’d like your travel dates to be in our calendar tool and we’ll show you all available options on one page!
- The round-trip cost of a flight to Los Angeles depends on the time of year you travel, but it’s usually less expensive to fly in winter and spring.
- It’s also cheaper to fly in the morning rather than later in the day, so if you have an early flight from LAX, consider booking an afternoon or evening flight back home.
- Tuesdays and Wednesdays tend to be cheaper than other days of the week.
- Low-cost airlines like Spirit and Frontier often have lower flight prices than major carriers like American Airlines or United Airlines
Los Angeles flights are at their lowest price of the year in January, February, and December. The most expensive months are March, April, and October. September is a close second as far as cost goes but still a little cheaper than the peak spring months.
The cheapest airport to fly into is Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The next options are Long Beach Airport (LGB), Bob Hope Airport (BUR), John Wayne Airport (SNA), Orange County Airport (SNA), and Santa Monica Municipal Airport (PMP).