Baggage went on an earlier flight and was waiting for me on arrival at the designated carousel
Amazing full-service flight. Highly recommend.
Tv didn’t work
Good trip & on time
Flight was delayed so a little late.
Flight from SFO to LAX was very pleasant and relaxing, clean comfortable seats, obliging smiling staff, I formative pilot.
Short easy trip - take off was delayed by 30 - 40 minutes which was a pain.
Really great service
While I had no refreshments , The staff seemed pleasant
|Origin Airport||San Francisco Intl.|
|Destination Airport||Los Angeles Intl.|
Go from second to first when you fly from SFO to LAX (in terms of busiest California airports, that is). San Francisco International Airport lies 21 km south of downtown. It’s easily accessible by BART trains, which will drop you at the terminal in parking garage G. By car, U.S. Route 101 leads directly to the airport, where short- and long-term parking are available. Passengers can also park at select BART stations with a pre-purchased permit. If you get to the airport early, choose from many local or chain restaurants to grab a bite. Or, check out the ever-changing cultural exhibits at the SFO Museum.
Once your San Francisco to Los Angeles flight lands, let LAX welcome you with its iconic mid-century Theme Building. If you didn’t get enough culture at SFO, head to the Flight Path Learning Center and Museum. When you’re ready to head into town, it’s a 32 km journey to city centre. Have your ride wait for you in Economy Lot C off 96th Street and Sepulveda Boulevard, or take a FlyAway shuttle bus to several main neighbourhoods. It’s definitely a driver’s city, so rental cars in Los Angeles are well worth it and easy to book.
Flights from San Francisco to Los Angeles take 1 1/2 hours and cover 543 km. Both airports are hubs for many major airlines, so it’s easy to find good a discount on a flight to Los Angeles.
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