Cheap Flights from Calgary to Los Angeles International in 2019
Flight information Calgary to Los Angeles International
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Travellers can choose among almost a half-dozen airlines that offer nonstop flights from Calgary to Los Angeles International. These carriers include Air Canada, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, and WestJet, and they fly passengers from Calgary International Airport to Los Angeles International Airport. Airlines that offer connecting flights include Alaska Airlines, United Airlines, Virgin America, and WestJet, among others.
Terminal Information for Calgary International Airport
The Calgary International Airport resides about 15 kilometers northeast of downtown. All of its international flights leave from the International Terminal, with flights departing from either concourse D or E.
In concourse E, in the international to U.S. departure area, passengers can check out the Aspire Airport Lounge. This premium facility, which operates from 4:30 a.m. until 7 p.m. daily, offers sleeping pods, showers, and complimentary hot and cold breakfast, as well as non-alcoholic beverages. Travellers venturing to the United States can use this facility on a pay-per-use basis. Another area travellers can check out is the SpacePort, which is in the international section. This free display shows off space and aeronautics displays and the latest in computer technology. Visitors can experience hands-on exhibits.
Terminal Information for Los Angeles International Airport
As the largest and busiest airport in California and one of the busiest in the country, Los Angeles International Airport sits on the south-western part of the city near the Pacific Ocean. The airport boasts nine passenger terminals in a horseshoe shape, and all terminals are accessible via shuttle bus. Most of the international flights use the Tom Bradley International Terminal, which is technically Terminal 9. However, American Airlines exclusively uses Terminal 4, American Airlines and Delta Air Lines use Terminal 5, Alaska Airlines and Delta Air Lines use Terminal 6, and United Airlines uses Terminals 7 and 8.
Shuttle bus G offers a free connection to the LAX station on the Los Angeles Metro Rail Green Line. Passengers can board the bus on the arrival island in front of each terminal. They can also board the Lot C Shuttle, which takes them to the Metro Bus Centre. They can then board a city bus that serves the Los Angeles area. The Lot C Shuttle departs on the Upper Departures Level. Car rentals are available away from the terminals, and courtesy shuttles meet customers on the Lower Arrivals Level island outside of baggage claim.
What You Need to Know
Travellers on Calgary to Los Angeles International flights should arrive at the airport two to three hours before departure. Canadian citizens do not need visas to enter the United States, but they do need a valid passport.
Upon arrival in the United States, travellers can take advantage of Automated Passport Control (APC), which is a free U.S. Customs and Border Protection program available to U.S. and Canadian citizens, as well as to travellers possessing B1/B2 or D visas. It allows travellers to use self-service kiosks to answer customs-related questions, resulting in shorter wait times and faster processing.
What to Expect in Los Angeles
Once passengers depart on flights to Los Angeles International from Calgary, they should turn their clocks back one hour. The Los Angeles area experiences a Mediterranean climate, with dry and humid summers and mild winters. The average summer high hits 30 degrees Celsius, while the winter can dip to 10 degrees. Tourist attractions abound in this California city, and visitors can investigate the La Brea Tar Pits or embrace their inner artist at The Museum of Contemporary Art.
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