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Crowne Plaza Hotel Los Angeles Intl Airport
5985 Century Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90045

Holiday Inn Los Angeles Intl Airport Airport Center Lax
9901 La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90045

Super 8 Motel - Airport
4238 W Century Blvd
Inglewood CA, 90045

Radisson Hotel Los Angeles Airport
6225 W Century Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90045

Embassy Suites LAX International Airport South
1440 E Imperial Ave
El Segundo, CA, 90245

Courtyard By Marriott LAX
6161 W Century Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90045

Sheraton Gateway Hotel Los Angeles Airport
6101 W Century Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90045

Custom Hotel
8639 Lincoln Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90045

Travelodge Los Angeles Airport South
1804 E Sycamore Ave
El Segundo, CA, 90245

Embassy Suites Los Angeles Intl Airport North
9801 Airport Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90045

Four Points By Sheraton Los Angeles International Airport
9750 Airport Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90045

Renaissance Montura Hotel Los Angeles
9620 Airport Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90045

Marriott Los Angeles Airport
5855 W Century Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90045

Super 8 Los Angeles Airport
9250 Airport Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90045

Extended Stay Los Angeles - Lax Airport - El Segundo
1910 E Mariposa Ave
El Segundo, CA, 90245

Hacienda Hotel
525 N Sepulveda Blvd
El Segundo, CA, 90245

Courtyard By Marriott Los Angeles Lax El Segundo
2000 E Mariposa Ave
El Segundo, CA, 90245

Hilton Los Angeles Airport And Towers
5711 W Century Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90045

Holiday Inn Express Los Angeles Airportt
8620 Airport Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90045

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About LAX Airport

Los Angeles International Airport, better known as LAX, is one of the busiest airports in the United States, regularly welcoming more than 60 million passengers through its gates. The airport serves as the largest in the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area, with 9 different terminals serving both domestic and international airlines. In addition to passenger traffic, LAX is a busy hub for cargo airliners, receiving many shipments from the East Pacific and Asia.

LAX airport traces its roots to 1928, when land for the airport's development was selected by the Los Angeles City Council. By the 1950s, several commercial airlines had begun operating regular weekday service from the airport, flying to destinations throughout the world. As Southern California has continued to grow in size, the airport has seen its activity increase exponentially. This influx in passenger and cargo traffic has led to several renovations and expansion efforts throughout the years. Today, LAX serves as a major hub and focus city for several different airlines, including United Airlines, American Airlines, and Alaska Airlines.

Flights from LAX to London, England make up the busiest international route operating from the airport, while travelers headed to San Francisco make up the largest segment of domestic traffic. The airport also serves as an important connection spot, particularly for international flights. In spite of this, LAX boasts the world's largest number of "origin and destination" passengers of any other global airport, defined as travelers whose final destination in the city of Los Angeles.

Several ground links provide incoming travelers with options for reaching other destinations in the city of Los Angeles. Local bus lines make stops at various terminals throughout the LAX complex, in addition to specialty charters and private shuttles. LAX has also developed its own shuttle bus service, dubbed the FlyAway Bus. These buses provided travelers with a convenient option for traveling to Union Station in downtown Los Angeles.

Travelers arriving at LAX can also hail a taxi at the airport. The city has authorized 9 private taxi companies to provide services to travelers. Los Angeles Metro Rail, a mass transit option, is also open to travelers. Connections to the service can be made via the "G" shuttle bus. Of course, rental car facilities are also housed at the airport, making it easy for incoming passengers to book a vehicle for use while in the city.

The Flight Path Learning Center is a popular draw for travelers, a museum housed on the premises of the airport. Visitors can explore exhibits that feature several different aspects of LAX's history, along with models of various aircraft and flight attendant uniforms. Other airline memorabilia is also housed in the museum.

LAX is also notable for its architecture, including the large LAX letters and colorful pylons that greet travelers as they arrive at the airport. The Theme Building is another architectural attraction at the airport. Taking the form of a flying saucer, the building is often cited as a prominent example of the design school known as "googie." A memorial honoring those killed in the September 11th, 200 terrorist attacks is located on the grounds of the building. A restaurant situated at the top of the building provides diners with an eagle eye view of the nearby surroundings.

The many different structures around the airport have served as a backdrop for some of Hollywood's most popular films and television shows, making it well-known sight for film buffs and movie gurus. Filming regularly takes place on premises outside the airport, providing travelers with a glimpse of the entertainment business nearby. Many politicians, public figures, and celebrities can also be seen at the airport from time to time.

Having played a monumental role in the development of the aviation industry in the United States, LAX continues to be one of the nation's most prominent airports. Te airport's continued focus on onward development and modernization efforts help to ensure that LAX will remain capable of welcoming tourists and visitors for many years yet to come. These efforts include the ongoing renovation of several different sites with the airport itself, along with the construction of new facilities that will one day welcome traffic arriving from destinations around the globe.