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Portland to Los Angeles Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $162.6
Travel Distance:834 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route: Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Monday
Weekly Flights:488
Avg. Flight Duration:36.55 Hours

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Flights from Portland to Los Angeles

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Airports in Portland

The city of Portland is served by Portland International Airport. The Portland International Airport is the largest airport in the U.S State of Oregon. It is a civil-military airport situated 19 kilometers away from the Portland city center. The airport offers non-stop international flights to Canada, Germany, Iceland, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. Various modes of transportation are available at the airport for smooth connectivity to the city such as charter bus service, door-to-door shuttle, rental cars, scheduled bus & vans, taxis, TriMet/MAX, and more.

Explore Los Angeles

The birthplace of the Internet and home to the iconic Hollywood, Los Angeles (or LA) doubles up as a city and financial engine of the state of California in the US. The name implies ‘the Angels’ in Spanish language. It is scenically situated in coastal basin and is bordered by mountains on three sides. Los Angeles had skyrocketed to fame after hosting the 1932 Olympics and then started to evolve at a breakneck speed after the Second World War leading to the honor of hosting the Olympics once again in 1984. Fast forward to 21st century, and the city would stun you with its mile long list of architectural attractions and cultural events. Some of the highlights here include Hollywood Sign, Universal Studios, Disneyland Resort and Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Things to do in Los Angeles

Hollywood Sign

One of America’s top-shot cultural icons, the Hollywood Sign is a 44-foot tall and 352 feet long set of white capital letters on Mount Lee in the Hollywood Hills area of Los Angeles that’s stand dominating the cityscape. This iconic sign appears in movies and TV shows that are set in or around Hollywood. However, a practice of using different words in similar set of styling is frequently seen in parody movies.

Universal Studios

For over 50 years since 1964 till date, Universal Studios is a name synonymous with the production many famous movies and TV shows. Visitors can also avail guided tours to the insides of the studio and be a part of behind-the-stage scenes. Young children can have a gala time here in the studio’s amusement park. It features many theme-based fun rides like the Simpsons ride, the Shrek 4-D ride and the Revenge of the Mummy ride.

Disneyland Park

The Disneyland Park is the numero uno attraction for those interested in a day trip from Los Angeles. Located in Anaheim in Orange County and opened in 1955, this iconic 160-acre park is divided into 8 theme-based areas like Mickey Mouse’s Toontown and Main Street U.S.A. One can also meet one’s favorite Disney characters who dot the place waving to visitors and posing for selfies.

Best Time to fly to Los Angeles

The best time to fly to Los Angeles is the summer season from June to August. The city would welcome you with warm and sunny days at 78 to 84 deg F. One can use this time of the year to enjoy the city’s typical Mediterranean climate on the beaches or have a dash out to attend cultural festivals. Those wishing to save some dollars on their trip to Los Angeles can visit here in winters during December and February. It is cold and rainy at about 68 deg F, attracting lesser tourists and lower airfares and accommodation rates. Best of all, one can attend the Golden Globe Awards, the iconic Academy Awards and the Grammy Awards during this time of the year.