Los Angeles International Airport, or LAX as it’s better known, is one of the biggest airports in the US – and your gateway to LA. This vast Californian city may be second to New York in size, bit it takes first place for glamour. It’s home to the iconic Hollywood sign, for one thing, as well as The Hollywood Walk of Fame. Rodeo Drive takes the crown for A-list shopping, and Venice Beach and Santa Monica beach are unmatched when it comes to people-watching. Then you’ve got the likes of Universal Studios Hollywood, the Griffith Observatory and The Getty Center to tick off, and we’ve barely scratched the surface. Book your flight from London to Los Angeles today – you’re going to need plenty of time for planning.
Flights from London to Los Angeles take around 11 hours and 20 minutes, so there’s plenty of time to work your way through a box set. The flight time will vary depending on your departure airport, and you can use the Search Flights box to compare all available options.
There are several popular airlines that operate London to Los Angeles flights including Lufthansa, Virgin Atlantic, Air New Zealand, United Airlines and British Airways.
You’ve got something in the region of 60 weekly flights from London to Los Angeles to choose from, so you’ll want to use the Search Flights function on this page to narrow these. When you’re planning your trip, bear in mind the time difference – London is eight hours ahead of Los Angeles.
You can book a London to Los Angeles flight from London Gatwick, London Luton, Heathrow, Stansted or London City airport.
The cheapest route between London and Los Angeles is flying from London Gatwick Airport to LAX. Prices can vary significantly so it’s always worth comparing departure airports and factoring in additional costs in your destination. To find a cheap flight from London to Los Angeles, use the search box and add filters to narrow your results.
With London to Los Angeles flights you can wave goodbye to one great city and say hello to another. Known as the City of Angels, LA doesn’t do anything by halves. Splash the cash – that’d be US dollars – on Rodeo Drive, cruise along Sunset Boulevard, or take a trip to Disneyland in Anaheim. Whatever you do, you’ll probably want a car – most visitors hire one as public transport can be a bit hit and miss here. And you might want to pack your summer wardrobe. LA basks in over 300 days of sunshine a year, with lows of about 9 degrees in winter, so you can leave your thermal gear back in London.
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