Los Angeles International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is a centerpiece of United’s West Coast operations and a gateway to the airline’s domestic and Asia Pacific network. In 2015, United announced a $573 million renovation investment to bring greater convenience and comfort to its customers at LAX. From a state-of-the-art ticketing lobby to a sleek and spacious United Club lounge, the entire airport experience will be elevated by December 2017. Last year, United launched new nonstop service between LAX and Melbourne – the world's longest route on the new, B787-9 Dreamliner. LAX the sixth busiest airport in the world for passengers and ranks 14th in the world in air cargo tonnage handled. The dynamic airport creates, attracts and supports economic activity throughout Southern California with an annual economic impact of $60 billion.
Average Daily Flights
United, together with United Express,® operates 138 daily flights out of LAX:
- United Mainline – 86
- United Regional – 52
United offers 12 daily nonstop flights to 11 international destinations from LAX:
- One daily nonstop flight to London
- 28 weekly nonstop flights to four destinations in Asia and Australia
- 35 weekly nonstop flights to five destinations across Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean
- One daily nonstop flight to Vancouver
United operates 126 daily flights to 44 airports across the United States from LAX, including frequent daily service to top business travel markets in New York, Chicago, Denver, San Francisco and Houston.
- Annual – 5.6 million
- Average daily – 15,400
Approximate total in Los Angeles area - 5,300
Two United Clubs located in Terminal 7
Select community partners
United proudly supports many community partners in the Los Angeles area including:
- Friends of the Griffith Observatory
- LA's BEST
- Vision to Learn
General airport amenities
More than 50 food and beverage shops, automated teller machines in each terminal, Wi-Fi throughout all terminals, currency exchanges located in departure halls of every terminal.