Visit the City of Angels
LA may not be the capital of romance like Paris or the capital of the country like Washington, D.C., but it is the entertainment capital of the world. People love visiting Los Angeles in order to explore Hollywood, which is arguably a concept more than it is an actual location. There are famous film locations around every corner, or you can visit the set of your favorite sitcom while on a studio tour. If you're lucky, you'll bump into a crew filming a movie or a television show on the streets, and movie stars actually do stroll around LA. Get ready for your glamorous Los Angeles getaway by booking your cheap flights to Los Angeles on Expedia today.
Los Angeles airportsMost flights to Los Angeles land at Los Angeles Intl. Airport (LAX), the third busiest airport in the United States and the fifth busiest airport in the world when ranked by passenger traffic. While at LAX, be sure to check out the Theme Building, an iconic structure home to a restaurant and observation deck. Los Angeles flights may also land at LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT), Bob Hope Airport (BUR), Long Beach Airport (LGB), Van Nuys Airport (VNY) and John Wayne Airport (SNA).
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When to book your tickets to Los Angeles
Los Angeles airfare is popular throughout the year thanks to LA's year-round warm weather, so there's no such thing as low season. High season is from June to August, and shoulder season is the rest of the year. When to visit LA depends on what kind of vacation you're looking for. For example, if you want to spend a lot of time on the beach, make sure to visit Los Angeles during the summer. If you want to visit Los Angeles when it's not as crowded, then avoid the summer, holidays and major entertainment events such as the Oscars and Emmys. If you want to avoid the bitter cold that afflicts much of the United States during the winter, then definitely spend Christmas and New Year's in Los Angeles.