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Los Angeles to Phoenix Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $140.60
Travel Distance:370 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:American Airlines, United Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways
Cheapest Day of the Week:Sunday
Weekly Flights:670
Avg. Flight Duration:1.34 Hours

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Airports in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is served by 4 international and 2 domestic airports. These are Los Angeles International Airport, Ontario International Airport, John Wayne Airport, San Bernardino International Airport, Bob Hope Airport, and Long Beach Airport. Los Angeles International Airport is the primary airport serving the city of Los Angeles. Situated in Los Angeles, California, it is the busiest & largest airport in the entire State. The airport provides passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations including Dublin, Moscow, Papeete, Paris, Auckland, Guadalajara, Rome, Tokyo, Hong-Kong, San Francisco, New York, Atlanta, Newark, and more. For hassle free connectivity, various ground transportation services like car rentals, scheduled buses, shared ride vans, taxis, and metro rail are available at all airports of the city.

Explore Phoenix

Phoenix is the capital and most populous city of the US state of Arizona and the most important city in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The city evolved on the world map as ancient native American community who made its arid land arable by spewing a network of irrigation canals before deserting it in mid-15th century. The city then became a site of many gruesome battles in the Civil War. Phoenix as a name was suggested by Lord Darrell Duppa, one of the earliest settlers after the Civil War here, to signify a city born from the ruins of a former civilization.

Things to do in Phoenix

Pueblo Grande Ruin and Irrigation Sites

The Pueblo Grande Ruin and Irrigation Sites are a series of pre-Columbian archaeological sites and ruins in Phoenix. It appears as a raised platform mound with retaining walls spread across more than 20000 cubic meters. There are also ancient houses and few ball courts, the latter dating back to 750 BC.

Pioneer Living History Museum (or Pioneer Village)

The Pioneer Living History Museum features 30 historic original and reconstructed buildings that date back to late 19th century. A star attraction here is a farmhouse called Meritt Farm House which was purchased by a couple from the state of Missouri in 1910. Their children lived here until 2008.

Papago Park

Located between the cities of Phoenix and Tempe in Arizona, Papago Park is home to a remarkable series of red sandstone geological formations. These geological structures date back to at least 6 million years back. This park was a POW camp during the Second World War and contained nearly 3000 prisoners then.

Best Time to Fly to Phoenix

The best time to visit Phoenix is the winter season between November and April. During this time, the temperature ranges in the high 60s to low 80s. During this time, visitors can enjoy events like Arizona State Fair, Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.