Book Cheap Flights from Phoenix to Los Angeles
Flights from Phoenix to Los Angeles
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Airports in Phoenix
The city of Phoenix is served by 4 airports - Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix Deer Valley Airport, Phoenix Goodyear Airport, and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. Both Phoenix Deer Valley Airport and Phoenix Goodyear Airport are general-aviation reliever airports for Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport provides commercial flights around the United States.
The Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the primary airport serving the city. It is situated in the Maricopa County, Arizo, approximately 5 kilometers away from the Downtown Phoenix. It provides passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations such as San Jose, Calgary, Vancouver, Cancun, Edmonton, Pureto Vallarta, Atlanta, Denver, San Diego, Las Vegas, and more. All the airports are connected to the city via rental cars, taxis, shuttles, PHX Sky Train, bicycles, and other public transportation.
Explore Los Angeles
Los Angeles (Spanish for ‘The Angels’ and often known as LA) is the birthplace of the internet and the home of the iconic Hollywood. The most populous city in the US state of California, the city’s name translates to the ‘City of Angels’ in Spanish and is a clear derivative of its late 18th century foundation by Spanish navigators. It attracts millions of visitors every year for being a box bracket of delightful natural scenic beauty consisting of mountains, beaches and wetlands that is further spiced by Mediterranean climate and eclectic architecture. Los Angeles is one of the very few cities in the world to have hosted the Olympics thrice, as it has already achieved this feat in 1932 and 1984 and is slated to host the same again in 2028. Some of the attractions here include the Hollywood, Universal Studios, Disneyland Resort and the Getty Center.
Things to do in Los Angeles
Hollywood is a business and residential district in Los Angeles, and the entertainment capital of the world. It is group of three boulevards- Sunset Boulevard, Melrose Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard. While the first two (the Sunset and Melrose avenues) delight the masses as first-rate nightlife and shopping hotspots, it is the world-famous Hollywood Boulevard that attracts most crowds for its cine blitz and silver screen attractions. Some highlights in Hollywood include the world-famous Hollywood sign on Mount Lee in Griffith Park, Madame Tussauds Hollywood (consists of over 125 lifelike wax statues of celebrities), Dolby Theatre and the former home of the Oscars- the Grauman's Chinese Theater.
Universal Studios Theme Park
Universal Studios Theme Park is a famous movie studio that also features guided tours to its iconic insides. The biggest draw here is the privilege to see some of the behind-the-stage scenes and a chance to even meet a few celebrities. Those
Looking for some more fun can go to the movie-based fun rides in the premises where thematic rides like The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, The Walking Dead, The Simpsons, and Transformers are found waiting. Coming out of here leads one to the entertainment, shopping and dining hotspot called CityWalk.
The Getty Center
The Getty Center is one of the finest art museums in the U.S. It was designed by the famous architect Richard Meier, and is home to a remarkable collection of European paintings, decorative arts, drawings, sculpture and several 19th and 20th century photographs. The Getty Center is located in the campus of J Paul Getty Museum as a hilltop museum above the Santa Monica Mountains. This alpha grade art museum affords stunning 360-degree panoramic views of the L.A. basin and the Pacific Ocean beyond.
Best Time to fly to Los Angeles
The best time to fly to Los Angeles is the summer season from June to August. It is warm and sunny with mercury hovering between 78 and 84 deg F. Given the city’s typical Mediterranean climate, this makes up for a perfect combination to let one soak oneself on the beaches or appreciate the city’s eclectic architecture or attend cultural festivals. Budget travelers can visit here in the winter season from December to February. It is cold and rainy at about 68 deg F but this also translates into lower airfares and accommodation rates. One can also enjoy the Golden Globe Awards, the iconic Academy Awards and the Grammy Awards during this time of the year.