Now that you have decided on booking that trip to sunny Southern California. The next question is how do you get from the airport to your hotel room. Los Angeles area is so spread out that getting from one point to another can be a challenge.
Don't be discouraged, there are ways to do it and we will show you the best and cheapest way to get from the airport to your hotel.
First, there are five commercial airports in the Los Angeles area.
Los Angeles International (LAX),
John Wayne/Orange County (SNA),
Long Beach (LGB), Burbank (BUR), and
LAX is the biggest airport in the area and is served by more airlines. Also flights going there may be cheaper.
Central Coast Shuttle - Travels to the Central Coast area including: Ventura, Santa Barbara, Buellton, and Santa Maria. For more information, Call 1-800-470-8818. Fares from $68
Antelope Valley Airport Express - Travels to Newhall, Palmdale and Lancaster in the Antelope Valley. Distance is approximately 75 miles (121 kilometers) north of LAX. Fares from $40 www.antelopeexpress.com
Santa Barbara Airbus - Travels to Santa Barbara, plus nearby Goleta and Carpinteria. Travel time from LAX is usually between one and a half to two hours. Fares from $44. www.sbairbus.com
Ventura County Airporter - Travels to Ventura and Oxnard. Travel time from LAX is about one hour to one hour and a half hour. Fares from $35 www.venturashuttle.com
Available transportation option to and from the Disneyland ResortSuper Shuttle Van Service: (800) 200-6655
Taxis are readily available at the airport’s Transportation Plaza across from Terminal 1 and 2 and the Commuter terminal. If you need a taxi at San Diego International Airport, simply follow the signs leading to the airport's Transportation Plaza. Lindbergh International Airport is conveniently located, approximately three and half miles from the heart of the downtown area. A typical taxi fare from the airport to downtown would range from $8.00 $10.00 dollars.
You can easily get a shuttle from the San Diego Airport Transportation Plaza across from Terminal 1 and 2 and the Commuter terminal. Shuttles operate every few minutes and a Transportation Coordinator will place you with the first available shuttle, unless you specify a particular shuttle company.
Click here for more information, shuttle companies and phone numbers.
San Diego International Airport. Travelers should use the baggage claim transportation phones to contact the rental car companies.
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