Airports near Hollywood Palms Inns & Suites

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Hollywood Burbank Airport

The Hollywood Burbank Airport (Hollywood-Burbank, IATA: KTLA, ICAO: KTCA) is a public airport located approximately 12 miles (19 km) northeast of downtown Los Angeles in the unincorporated community of Burbank. It is also known as Hollywood-Burbank Airport, Hollywood-Burbank Airport North, and John Wayne Airport. The airport has two runways. It is included in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a "general aviation" facility.

Despite its small size for an international airport, Hollywood Burbank Airport handled over 1 million passengers in 2017. This makes it the tenth busiest airport in California and the seventeenth busiest airport in the United States. The airport has been assigned the IATA designation KTLA since 1984.

The airport was built as Hollywood Municipal Airport on a 131-acre site that was previously part of a golf course and orange groves. The first flight departed from the new airport on October 15, 1929 with an air mail delivery to Oakland. The original terminal building was designed by George W. Kelham and opened in 1930. A $1 million expansion project was completed in 1939 that doubled the size of the terminal building and added two more runways. The airport played an important role during World War II when it served as a training ground for pilots destined for combat in Europe and Asia. Passenger traffic reached

7.4 miles away

Los Angeles International Airport

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is one of the world's busiest airports, serving more than 100 million passengers annually. With more than 4,000 acres of land, LAX is also one of the largest airports in the world.

LAX is located in El Segundo, California, about 15 miles south of downtown Los Angeles. The airport has three main terminals: Terminal 1 (T1), Terminal 3 (T3), and Terminal 5 (T5). T1 was originally built in 1939 and served as the main terminal for Los Angeles International until the opening of T3 in 1995. T3 was designed to handle more passengers and cargo than T1 and T5 combined.

LAX is divided into four zones: Domestic, International, Express, and Terminals. Domestic flights depart from Terminal 1; international flights depart from Terminals 3 and 5; express flights depart from both Terminals 1 and 3; and all other flights depart from Terminal 2.

The airport has a number of car rental companies that can take you to and from the airport. There are also a number of shuttle services that will take you to your final destination. If you are traveling with a pet, make sure to bring your carrier and appropriate documents. You can find more information on LAX's website or by calling 800-LAGO-4U.

11.6 miles away

Long Beach Airport

The Long Beach Airport serves the Los Angeles metropolitan area with flights to destinations in the United States, Mexico, and Central America. The airport is located in the city of Long Beach, California, about 20 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles. The airport has two runways and can handle large commercial jets. It is also home to a number of general aviation facilities.

The airport was originally opened as an airfield in December 1929 and was initially used by military aircraft. In 1932, it was transferred to civilian control and became known as the Long Beach Municipal Airport. In 1934, the first scheduled passenger service began operation at the airport. During World War II, the airfield was used extensively by the United States Army Air Forces as a training facility. After the war, passenger service continued at the airport but it declined in popularity due to competition from other airports in the area.

In 1958, a new terminal building was constructed at the airport and services began being provided by Pacific Western Airlines. In 1977, American Airlines started service to Long Beach from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and this increased traffic at the airport. In 1986, Southwest Airlines started serving Long Beach from Love Field in Dallas and this led to further growth at the airport. In 1995, Hawaiian Airlines started serving Long Beach from Honolulu International Airport and this led to even more growth at the airport.

In recent years, improvements have been made to the infrastructure at the airport including construction of a new runway that was completed in 2009

21.7 miles away

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