Flights to Los Angeles, CA (LAX)

Use our interactive Delta Discover Map to help plan your trip. Search for your desired destination to see details on any potential entry requirements.

Home to movie stars, directors, fashionistas and cultural icons, Los Angeles is an entertainment mecca. Most visitors to the "City of Angels" fly into Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) before diving into this sprawling city on the coast,. Visitors and residents experience a myriad of eclectic neighborhoods, food, and leisure activities that mesh with the southern California weather. It's a combination that's tough to beat, whether you're a visitor on vacation or business in the "entertainment capital of the world." 

You’ll know you’ve arrived when you touch down at LAX Airport and can spy the Hollywood sign in the hills in the distance. The Theme Building, designed in the Googie style and constructed in 1961 by the architect Paul Williams is probably the airport’s most iconic structure with its 135-foot arches. One of the busiest airports in the world, LAX has nine passenger terminals. Delta occupies Terminals 2 and 3. You’ll find chain restaurants, ethnic cuisine, cocktail lounges, duty free shops and plenty of retail shopping. If you’re traveling with pets, there’s even a small pet park outfitted with a dog house and plastic bags for your convenience.

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)


The weather in L.A. makes it easy to take advantage of all that the city has to offer, including and especially its beaches. The Santa Monica beach and pier have provided entertainment, dining and, of course, picturesque sunsets for more than 100 years. Visit Pacific Park, a 12-ride amusement park located on the pier itself and ride the world’s first solar-powered Ferris wheel with views of the Pacific Ocean.

Want to watch surfers ride the swells and maybe step into some liquid yourself? At Manhattan Beach you’ll find surfers, boogie boarders and bodysurfers  and plenty of beautiful people, too.

And if you’d rather stick to the sand and do some people-watching, Venice Beach is your place. You’ll find everyone from bodybuilders to street performers and palm readers all strolling the boardwalk.


You’ve probably heard that the shopping in L.A. is pretty good. And we’re here to tell you: it’s true.

For a splurge, make like Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman and head to Beverly Hills and walk Rodeo Drive. You’ll find that Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Chanel and Tom Ford brighten up even the sunniest of cities.

For a more eclectic array of boutique shopping mixed with brand names, try Melrose Avenue. Whether you’re shopping for yourself or your home, you’ll find an array of fashion and design that runs the gamut from vintage and affordable to luxurious.


L.A. isn’t just about the city life. The hills that surround the city also offer a natural respite from the urban setting. One of the best known places to hike is at Runyon Canyon Park. It’s still within the city limits and has trails for beginners or advanced hikers with incredible views of Los Angeles and the iconic Hollywood sign.

Or try the Corral Canyon loop located in the Santa Monica Mountains. Corral Canyon Cave, also known as Morrison’s Cave, is reputed to be an old writing haunt of Jim Morrison’s.


Oh, by the way: L.A. likes to eat. The idea of the celebrity chef was born here, and it remains in full effect today. Wolfgang Puck's Spago was the first, and then came Tom Colicchio's Craft, Laurent Tourondel's BLT Steak and Nobu Matsuhisa's Nob. Expect to see celebrities and Hollywood power players making deals and dining at these locations.


You of course can’t go to L.A. without staying up past your bedtime. In the post-dinner hours, the city teems with the kind of nocturnal enthusiasm you’d expect from a celebrity haven. Besides nightclubs and bars, you’ll also find plenty of music venues, dance parties and comedy clubs. Plus, mixologists at L.A.’s top bars craft some of the best cocktails ever poured out in this country. While almost every neighborhood in the City of Angels pulses after dark, you’ll find the buzziest venues in downtown L.A. and, of course, Hollywood.

If you’re planning a trip to L.A., the good news is it’s difficult to find a bad time of year to do it. Thanks to the city’s Mediterranean climate, summers are warm and winters are mild. Its dry summers average highs around 84°F in August and its mild winters see highs of 68°F and lows of 48°F with some occasional rain. On average, L.A.’s warmest month is September and its coolest is December. For precipitation, July is generally wettest while January is the driest. 


Go Beyond the Flight with the best vacation packages designed for SkyMiles® Members. Earn and use miles on more than just your flight and receive 24/7 support before, during and after your vacation.

Rent A Car With Lyft On Your Next LAX Trip

Earn 1,000 bonus miles on your first Lyft Rental in LAX through 9/30. Get started with a linked account. Terms apply.

Terms & Conditions

Restrictions: Advertised fares are based on real-time itinerary pricing available at Fares are subject to availability and may change at any time prior to completion of ticketing.

SkyMiles | SkyMiles program members are eligible to earn miles on most flights. Tickets booked in Basic Economy are not eligible to earn miles in the SkyMiles Program or earn towards Medallion Status. To review program rules, miles, offers, mile accrual, mile redemption and travel benefits, please review our Membership Guide & Program Rules.

Booking Travel | Basic Economy fares are non-refundable and non-changeable. Tickets booked in Basic Economy do not include a seat assignment until check-in and are not eligible for paid or complimentary upgrade options. To review all the Basic Economy product details and restrictions, see Basic Economy rules.

Seat configuration and amenities may vary depending on aircraft type and size. Read more about our seat products and Onboard Experience.

Baggage Charges | For travel within the United States (including Puerto Rico), $35 USD fee for 1 checked bag and $45 USD fee for second checked bag. For travel between the United States and Canada, $35 USD fee for 1 checked bag and $45 USD fee for second checked bag. For travel between the United States and the U.S. Virgin Islands, Central America (excluding El Salvador and Panama), Caribbean, Guyana or Bermuda, $35 USD fee for 1 checked bag and $45 USD fee for second checked bag. For travel between the United States and Mexico, $35 USD fee for 1 checked bag and $45 USD fee for second checked bag. For travel between the United States and El Salvador or Ecuador, $35 USD fee for 1 checked bag (Basic Economy only) and $45 USD fee for second checked bag. For travel between the United States and Panama, $35 USD fee for 1 checked bag (Basic Economy only), and $45 USD fee for second checked bag. For travel between the United States and South America (excluding Guyana & Ecuador), no fee for first checked bag and $60 for second checked bag. For travel between United States and Europe, $100 USD or 85 EUR fee for second checked bag. For travel between United States and Africa, the Middle East, and India, no fee for first checked bag and $100 fee for second checked bag (Basic Economy Only). Allowances subject to size/weight limits. For travel between United States and Asia (excluding Australia, New Zealand, China, Fiji, and Papua New Guinea), no fee for first checked bag and $100 USD fee for second checked bag (Basic Economy only). For travel between United States and Australia, New Zealand, China, Fiji, or Papua New Guinea, no fee for first checked bag and $100 USD fee for second checked bag. Allowances subject to size/weight limits. Contact a Delta agent or see Excess Baggage for details.

SkyMiles Award Travel | Award Travel is subject to taxes and fees and carrier-imposed charges which are the responsibility of the passenger and must be paid at the time the ticket is booked. Award Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or in all markets. For Main Cabin and above Award Travel tickets, Members may change or cancel Award tickets without a redeposit or change fee for travel originating from the United States and Canada. Full Award Travel policy details can be found on our Travel With Miles page.

Cancellations/Refunds/Changes | Tickets are non-refundable except in accordance with Delta’s cancellation policy.

Basic Economy tickets and tickets issued for travel originating outside of the United States and Canada are subject to charges and fees for changes and cancellations. Learn more about all change and cancellation fees on our Change or Cancel Overview Page.

#SkyMilesLife | By tagging photos using #SkyMilesLife, user grants Delta Air Lines a royalty-free, worldwide, perpetual license to display, reproduce and create derivative works. Full terms:

Miscellaneous | Fares, fees, rules, and offers are subject to change without notice. Other restrictions may apply.