LAX | Los Angeles International Private Jets
Regardless of whether you’re traveling for business or leisure, why not eliminate all the hassle and stress of flying with commercial airlines by choosing to fly by private jet charter at LAX. With our cost-effective charter solutions, you can enjoy fast air travel, a safety upgrade, cancellations or delays, and frustrating connections.
Offering elite private jet services for greater Los Angeles and the LAX Airport, we at JetOptions go above and beyond to offer an unbeatable service to travelers in the Los Angeles, California, area.
About Los Angeles International Airport
Not only is Los Angeles International Airport the busiest and most significant in L.A. and California, but it’s also one of America’s busiest airports.
The land that LAX now occupies was once part of the Rancho Sausal Redondo, a large Mexican land grant that existed when California was still a Mexican province. Over the years, ownership of this land changed until, in 1927, a group of local citizens began to put together the idea of creating a major airport. Los Angeles City Council also started to voice its interests in building a municipal airfield which eventually led to 640 acres of land being offered to use for the now LAX..
William W. Mines was the estate agent who represented James Martin (the land owner), which is why the airport was initially known as “Mines Field.” In 1941, it became known as Los Angeles Airport before it graduated to Los Angeles International Airport in 1949.
LAX is located approximately 16 miles from Downtown L.A. within Westchester, a beach community. This places it at the heart of L.A. County, making it convenient to travel to and from local business centers, tourist sites, and culture hubs. The onsite fixed base operators are located in smaller terminals outside of LAX’s main terminal loop and away from the associated commercial airline traffic.
LAX Private Plane Facilities
Los Angeles International Airport has nine terminals in total, containing a plethora of restaurants, cafes, duty-free shops, gift shops, and newsstands. And for private jet travelers, there’s even a separate runway. This means you can avoid all of the delays that often arise due to the airport’s vast amounts of traffic during peak times. There are also two landing pads (H1 and H3 runways) located on-site.
Los Angeles International Airport Information & LAX Key Facts
Operating hours: 24 hours
FBOs: LAX has two fixed-based operators that offer fueling services and private terminals, making it one of LA’s most requested private jet airports. However, Van Nuys Airport is the most desirable for private planes as there is no competing commercial airline traffic and the landing fees are less at VNY.
06L/24R – 8,926 ft. long
06R/24L – 10,885 ft. long
07L/25R – 12,923 ft. long
07R/25L – 11,095 ft. long
Airport Codes: LAX (FAA and IATA), KLAX (ICAO)
Lat/Long: N33-56.5 / W118-24.5
The U.S. Customs: Yes (including pre-clearance)
Address: 1 World Way, Los Angeles, CA, 90045
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