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One Way Flights to LAX

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One-way flights to Los Angeles Airport

Are you planning to book one-way flights to Los Angeles Airport? Well, you've come to the right spot. Alternative Airlines has created a handy guide that shows you exactly how to book one-way flights to Los Angeles Airport, as well as popular routes to LAX, why you should consider booking one-way tickets to Los Angeles and FAQs.

One-way flights to Los Angeles Airport (LAX) are flights that let you fly to Los Angeles without having a return flight reserved. One-way flights are popular among travellers who are looking to relocate to another city or are unsure about the dates that they would like to return back to the destination they departed from. With a one-way flight to Los Angeles Airport, you have the freedom to stay as long as you want to, whenever you feel like returning back simply book a one-way flight ticket back.

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Los Angeles International Aiport

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the main international airport serving Los Angeles, California and its surrounding area. LAX is situated in Westchester, 18 miles southwest of Downtown Los Angeles. In 2021, Los Angeles International Airport handled over 48 million passengers. LAX is a major international gateway to the United States and also serves as a connection point for passengers looking to fly internationally. This makes LAX airport of the largest and busiest international airports on the U.S. West Coast.

LAX is a hub for Alaska AirlinesAmerican AirlinesDelta Air Lines, and United Airlines. Other airlines that fly from LAX include JetBlue, Allegiant Air and Southwest Airlines.

How to Book One-Way Flights to LAX

It's super easy to purchase one-way flights to Los Angeles Airport when you book with Alternative Airlines! Our step-by-step guide below will show you how to book your one-way tickets to LAX from any departure airport that you want!

  1. Use the search box at the top of the page and select the 'one-way' button as you're planning to book a flight without a return date. Then, enter the departure and arrival airports, along with the dates, number of passengers and cabin class. Select, the 'Search Flights' button to continue.
  2. Once the results have loaded, you'll be displayed with all the available one-way routes to Los Angeles Airport. If you wish to fly with a specific airline, you can use the airline filter to narrow down your search. There is also a range of other filters that you can use e.g. times, connections, experiences and more.
  3. After you've found the perfect flight for you, 'Confirm Selection' and head to the checkout to secure your one-way flights to LAX. Alternative Airlines offers over 40 different ways to pay including Cryptocurrencies, Apple Pay and many Buy Now, Pay Later options.

Use our search form at the top of the page to begin your search for one-way flights to Los Angeles Airport

Popular One-Way Routes to LAX

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is one of the most popular airports in the United States. LAX provides many one-way flights with hundreds of airlines to a range of destinations across the world, including London and Bangkok. Below are listed some of the most frequent one-way flights to LAX.

Bangkok ✈ to Los Angeles

Paris ✈ to Los Angeles

New York ✈ to Los Angeles

London ✈ to Los Angeles

Las Vegas ✈ to Los Angeles

Airlines Flying One Way to LAX

Here, at Alternative Airlines we have 600+ airlines that you can choose from when you book your one-way flights through our trusty site. Listed below are all the airlines that fly from LAX and the destinations they fly to.

AIRLINESONE-WAY FLIGHTS FROM
Advanced AirAlmaty
Aer LingusSaint–Denis de la Réunion
AeroflotBusan, Seoul
AeroméxicoBeijing, Hangzhou
Aeroméxico ConnectParis
Air CanadaDelhi, Mumbai
Air ChinaMacau
Air FranceTokyo
Air New ZealandSeoul
Air PremiaVienna
Air Tahiti NuiHo Chi Minh City
Air TransatChiang Mai, Da Nang, Hat Yai, Koh Samui, Krabi, Lampang, Luang Prabang, Malé, Phnom Penh, Phuket, Siem Reap, Sukhothai, Trat, Yangon
Alaska AirlinesDhaka
Allegiant AirKolkata, Paro
All Nippon AirwaysPhnom Penh, Sihanoukville
American AirlinesHong Kong
American EagleManila
Asiana AirlinesKaohsiung, Taipei
Austrian AirlinesKunming, Shanghai
AviancaGuangzhou
Avianca Costa RicaBagdogra, Dhaka, Guwahati, Kolkata, Paro
Avianca El SalvadorTel Aviv
Breeze AirwaysDubai, Hong Kong
Cathay PacificAddis Ababa
China AirlinesAbu Dhabi
China Southern AirlinesAmsterdam, London, Taipei, Vienna
CondorHelsinki
Copa AirlinesJakarta
Delta Air Lines & Delta Connection"Delhi, Mumbai
El AlHong Kong
EmiratesBahrain, Singapore
EVA AirGuiyang, Lianyungang, Shijazhuang
Fiji AirwaysHong Kong
FinnairHong Kong
Flair AirlinesBengaluru, Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai
French BeeOsaka,Tokyo
Hawaiian AirlinesPhnom Penh, Sihanoukville
IberiaBusan, Jeju, Seoul
ITA AirwaysMelbourne
Japan AirlinesSingapore
JetBlueBusan, Seoul
JSXShanghai
KLMGuangzhou, Nairobi
Korean AirAmsterdam
LATAM ChileBusan, Seoul
LATAM PerúKunming
LevelKuwait City
LOT Polish AirlinesPhnom Penh, Siem Reap
LufthansaLuang Prabang, Pakse, Savannakhet, Vientiane
Lynx AirChengdu, Kunming, Zhengzhou
Norse Atlantic AirwaysFrankfurt, Munich
Philippine AirlinesTehran
QantasKuala Lumpur
Qatar AirwaysMalé
SaudiaMandalay, Yangon
Scandinavian AirlinesYangon
Singapore AirlinesKathmandu
Southwest AirlinesNanning, Tianjin, Xi'an
Spirit AirlinesMuscat
Sun Country AirlinesHanoi, Ho Chi Minh City
SWISSNaha, Osaka
United Airlines & United ExpressCebu, Manila
Virgin AtlanticSydney
VivaAerobúsDoha
VolarisZhengzhou
WestJetBandar Seri Begawan
XiamenAirJeddah, Riyadh
ZIPAIR TokyoSingapore

Why book one-way flights

There are several reasons as to why travellers book one-way tickets instead of round-trip tickets:

Cheaper Flights

As a way to save some coins, many travellers book two separate one-way tickets instead of a roundtrip ticket as they tend to be cheaper. Depending on the airline you're flying with, return flights can be more expensive than two individual one-way tickets.

Greater Flexibility

With a one-way flight ticket, you can be incredibly flexible and stay as long as you need wherever you're going. Whenever you feel like you want to return home, or from where you originally took off, all you have to do is buy a one-way ticket back! With a one-way flight, you can stay in your vacation spot for days, weeks, or even months!

Relocation

One-way tickets are ideal for those who are looking to permanently relocate to another city or country. It can be hard to tell when you'll go back to your original departure city after moving overseas. Return tickets have many restrictions, whereas one-way flights allow you to return on any day you want.

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One-way flights to Los Angeles Airport FAQs

Where can I book one-way flights to Los Angeles Airport?

Right here! Alternative Airlines has created a smooth and seamless booking site that lets you easily book flights to Los Angeles Airport. When you book flights through Alternative Airlines you can customise your booking preferences by applying and removing filters. For an added layer of protection, you can add our Cancellation Protection and Lost Baggage Insurance products to your booking.

Can I book one-way flights to Los Angeles Airport and pay later?

Absolutely! When you book one-way flights to Los Angeles Airport through Alternative Airlines, you can split the cost of your ticket over time with one of the many payment plan options we offer on our site. Some of our payment plan partners include Afterpay, Klarna, Zip, Affirm, Laybuy, and TendoPay. Please note that the payment plan available at checkout will depend on the country you reside in.

What is the difference between one-way and round-trip flights?

One-way flights are flights that let you fly to one destination without a return date. A round-trip also referred to as a return flight, is when you fly from one destination to another but return back to the destination you originally departed from e.g. flying from Los Angeles to Cancun and flying back from Cancun to Los Angeles after a couple of days.