The least expensive method to get to and from most Los Angeles-area airports is to use Metro buses and trains. You can take a free shuttle from the airport terminal to Metro bus and train terminals near Lot C and Lot G. You can take a FlyAway shuttle directly to Union Station (downtown LA), Westwood (UCLA), Van Nuys or Irvine. Use the Trip Planner at Metro's website to find routes and schedules.
Shuttle Services and Limousines - serving major airports in the Los Angeles area.
Major Airport Transportation Links
Los Angeles International Airport - (LAX)
Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR) - Flight Tracker, Airline Schedules, Aviation Links
Long Beach Airport (LGB) Flight schedule, Airport businesses. Maps, News, more.
John Wayne Airport, Orange County (SNA) - Directions, Parking, Terminal information, Airline information, Airport facts.
Ontario International Airport (ONT) - Links to flight schedules, airlines, businesses at the airport, passenger services, maps, more.
San Diego International Airport (SAN) - Links to flight schedules, airlines, businesses at the airport, passenger services, maps, more.
Hawthorne - (HHR) - (no commercial flights)
Santa Monica Municipal Airport - (SMO) (no commercial flights)
Torrance Municipal Airport - (TOA) (no commercial flights)
Van Nuys Municipal Airport - (VNY) (limited commercial flights) Links to airports facts and services, businesses at the airport, maps, more.
Aircraft Seating Maps - Information on airplane seats featuring the best seat, legroom, recline information. Extensive list of aircraft and airlines.
TSA Travellers with Disabilities and Medical Conditions - from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), including information about specific disabilities or limitations that might make it difficult for you to go through security screening at the airport.
TSA Traveller Information - general information from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), including: acceptable identification at the checkpoint; how to get through the queue faster; rules for carrying liquids; information about pat-downs; prohibited items; screening for passengers aged 75 and older; and traveling with food or gifts.