|Origin Airport||Los Angeles Intl.|
|Destination Airport||San Francisco Intl.|
|Airlines Serving||Hawaiian Airlines|
Los Angeles to San Francisco flights let you travel from one huge and modern airport to another. With plenty of shopping and dining options at either end of your trip, you will easily pass waiting times and arrive relaxed. But first you have to get to the terminal.
Los Angeles Airport (LAX) is the world’s busiest airport for non-connecting passengers and one of the few airports with four parallel runways. It boasts nine passenger terminals connected by shuttle buses. If you drive to the airport, there are nearly 8,000 stalls available in the eight carparks. For a cheaper, but farther away option, park in the Economy Lot on Sepulveda Boulevard and hop on one of the free shuttles to the terminals. If you are travelling to the airport via public transport, you can choose between the FlyAway Bus from downtown LA and other parts of the city, numerous bus connections, or the Metro Rail Green Line to Aviation/LAX station and a connecting shuttle bus.
San Francisco Airport (SFO) is the largest airport in the San Francisco Bay Area and flights from LAX to SFO land about 24 km from city centre. The AirTrain connects SFO’s four terminals. In addition to the rail connection from the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station, there are five bus lines connecting the airport to downtown San Francisco. If you want your own set of wheels, book your rental car in San Francisco here on Expedia.com.au to save money and time at the airport.
Flights from Los Angeles to San Francisco span a distance of 559 km and take one hour. Many airlines fly this route several times a day, so there are plenty of flights to choose from.
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