Los Angeles County Airport

Find Los Angeles County California airports, local, private and regional and international airports. Airports provide information about flights, departures, arrivals, times, airport delays, international airlines, and airport codes.

A 1 Airport Hermosa Beach 1402 Pacific Coast Highway Hermosa Beach CA 90254 310-798-3839

A Airport Shuttle 531 Van Ness Avenue Torrance CA 90501 310-532-5999

American Airports El Monte Air 4233 Santa Anita Avenue El Monte CA 91731 626-448-6129

B A Airport Los Angeles 380 World Way Los Angeles CA 90045 310-649-2774

Bonanza Hills Airport 17905 South Broadway Gardena CA 90248 213-321-3547

Brackett Field Airport - POC 1615 McKinley Avenue La Verne CA 91750 909-593-1395

Brian Ranch Ultralight Airport 34810 Largo Vista Road Llano CA 93544 661-261-3216

Burbank Airport Commerce Center 7687 San Fernando Road Los Angeles CA 91352 818-768-3171

Burbank Bob Hope Airport - BUR 2627 North Hollywood Way Burbank CA 91505 818-840-8840

Catalina Airport - AVX 205 Crescent Avenue Avalon CA 90704 310-510-0143

Compton Airport 901 West Alondra Boulevard Compton CA 90220 310-631-8140

General William J Fox Airport - WJF 4555 West Avenue G Lancaster CA 93536 661-940-1709

Grand Central Airport 1310 Air Way Glendale CA 91201 760-905-4436

Gray Butte Airport - 04Ca 25500 East Avenue South Palmdale CA 93591 661-233-6000

Hawthorne Airport 3732 West 120th Street Hawthorne CA 90250 310-220-1320

Hawthorne Municipal Airport 12101 Crenshaw Boulevard Hawthorne CA 90250 310-220-1320

Hollywood International Airport 811 North Alvarado Street Los Angeles CA 90026 323-906-1227

Hughes Culver City Airport - CVR 9700 Venice Boulevard Culver CA 90232 424-293-3887

LA/Palmdale Regional Airport 41000 20 Street East Palmdale CA 93550 661-266-7605

LAPD Central Facilities Airport 251 East 6th Street Los Angeles CA 90014

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About Airports

How many airports are there in the U.S.?

According to the FAA, there are over 19,000 airports in the U.S. Most of these are private use facilities that do not serve the public. Of the approximately 5,100 public use airports in the U.S., 499 are Commercial Service Airports. The remaining public use airports are General Aviation Airports.

Are airport workers government employees?

The people working at an airport are generally a mix of private sector and government employees. Many are employed by the airlines and other businesses that provide services at an airport. Both the federal Transportation Security Administration and state or local law enforcement agencies employ security personnel at airports. Workers who manage and maintain airport facilities may be employees of an airport authority or a private sector business.

How are public use airports funded?

For the most part, airport operations are funded through user fees and surcharges paid by customers and businesses that utilize airport services. In addition, about 3,330 public use airports are eligible for FAA Airport Improvement Program grants, which provide funds for capital improvements.