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There’s more to LA than just the Los Angeles Airport. This is the city of lights, camera, action. Where celebrities pound the pavement and Universal Studios has all the fun. You can party in La La land too with our flights to LA.

When it comes to our latest specials on cheap flights to LA, if you snooze, you lose! LA is one of North America’s biggest international gateways, so whether you want to live it up in Hollywood, do a road trip across the wild west or venture on to Canada or Mexico, our cheap flights to LA are a great way to make your American adventure happen.

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Airports in Los Angeles

Los Angeles International Airport

Getting from the Airport: Transport options from LAX airport include a range of shuttle buses, public buses, trains and taxis. Where your Los Angeles hotel is located will determine which transport option is best for you. As an example, bus fares from the airport start at $1.25 while a taxi from LAX to LA’s city centre will cost around $70.

Los Angeles Airport: Los Angeles International Airport, commonly known as LAX airport, is the third busiest airport in the United States. The airport is located 26km from downtown LA in the south western suburb of Westchester. LAX has a total of eight passenger terminals and is a base for United Airlines. From the airport you can take a shuttle bus, public bus, train or taxi to the city. See map

Hints on flying to Los Angeles

Before you go to Los Angeles

Before you go: Before you leave Australia it is a good idea to contact the US embassy to confirm the exact entry requirements, as they are known to change. As a general rule, those travelling to Los Angeles for a holiday under 90 days are eligible for the Visa Waiver Program, which means you do not require a visa. Your eligibility for this program will be determined by the Electronic System for Travel Authorisation, which you must apply for at least three days before you depart Australia.

Before you leave, contact your bank and organise a way to access money while on holiday. Often if you do not tell your bank you are going overseas and you try to access money from a foreign atm, your accounts will be frozen. Also arrange to have some of your money converted into US dollars for when you land.

Lastly, it’s important to arrange travel insurance before you fly to LA. It may be the last thing on your mind when planning your trip but accidents can happen and medical bills are particularly expensive in the US. Talk to your Student Flights consultant about what coverage is best suited to you.


What to bring to Los Angeles

What to bring: LA is generally warm so you will only need to pack a few light layers. Do check what season you are travelling in as you may need a jacket. Clothes in the US are incredibly cheap and feature all the name brands we know and love, so make sure you leave some room in your bag for the return journey home.

The water in LA is generally not drinkable and as such most people buy bottled water. Save yourself some money and pack a filter water bottle to take around with you. Not only does it save you money but it is also better for the environment.

Don’t leave home without the appropriate power adaptor. Most outlets in the US use two horizontal flat pin plugs, so be sure to pack that particular power adaptor to use on your trip.


During your flight to Los Angeles

During your flight: The flight from Sydney to Los Angeles takes just over 15 hours when flown direct. Some airlines may stop over in Asia or the Middle East and thus can take longer.

During your long haul LA flight it is important to look after yourself by staying hydrated and performing in-flight exercises. Not moving during your flight can cause circulation problems and discomfort. In order to avoid this, walk around the plane and stretch when possible.

If you’re a light sleeper consider purchasing noise-cancelling headphones to help you get a good night’s rest.

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