There are 19 Airports in Los Angeles, California, serving a population of 3,949,776 people in an area of 469 square miles. There is 1 Airport per 207,882 people, and 1 Airport per 24 square miles.
In California, Los Angeles is ranked 277th of 1798 cities in Airports per capita, and 246th of 1798 cities in Airports per square mile.
Find Los Angeles, California airports, local, private and regional and international airports.
B A Airport Los Angeles 380 World Way Los Angeles, CA
Burbank Airport Commerce Center 7687 San Fernando Road Los Angeles, CA
Hollywood International Airport 811 North Alvarado Street Los Angeles, CA
LAPD Central Facilities Airport 251 East 6th Street Los Angeles, CA
LAX Airport Service 3636 Vinton Avenue Los Angeles, CA
Lax International Airport Los Angeles California 1 World Way Los Angeles, CA
Lax Southwest Airport 5600 West Century Boulevard Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles International Airport - LAX 1 World Way Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles World Airport 8100 Alla Road Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles World Airports 1 World Way Los Angeles, CA
San Bernardino Airport 9180 West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles, CA
Security Pacific Plaza Airport 1 World Way Los Angeles, CA
Tido test airport 6 10433 Colina Way Los Angeles, CA
V N Airport Ind Center 16150 Stagg Street Los Angeles, CA
Van Nuys Airport 16461 Sherman Way Los Angeles, CA
Van Nuys Airport - VNY 16461 Sherman Way Los Angeles, CA
Van Nuys Airport Indl Center 16300 Stagg Street Los Angeles, CA
Van Nuys Airport Observation Area 16398 Waterman Drive Los Angeles, CA
Whiteman Airport - WHP 12653 Osborne Street Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Airports are aviation complexes that consist of runways for the take-off and landing of aircraft as well as aviation support structures in Los Angeles, CA. Depending on airport size and air traffic, support structures at an airport in Los Angeles may include control towers, terminals, hangars, and maintenance facilities. Other supporting services and amenities may also be available at Los Angeles County airfields, including parking facilities, retail and dining services, hotels, and connections to other modes of transportation, such as rail or bus. The larger Los Angeles airports may contain internal transportation systems to move passengers among terminals and parking areas. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) groups Los Angeles non-military airports into four categories: Commercial Service Airports, General Aviation Airports, Cargo Service Airports, and Reliever Airports.You may contact the Airport for questions about: