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Destination Airport IATA Code QLA
Number of Airlines Serving 10
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Earliest Departing Flight AA 1275 11:53AM EST
Latest Departing Flight DL 342 Dec 14 8:23PM EST

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Travel to Long Beach, California

If you're planning a trip to Southern California, Orbitz.com can help you find cheap flights to Long Beach. The city is filled with family-oriented attractions, restaurants and miles of sandy beaches, making it perfect for family vacations. In addition, Long Beach's central location makes it the ideal destination for tourists to explore various areas of Los Angeles and Orange County.

Flying into Long Beach

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), John Wayne Airport and Long Beach Airport are all within 25 miles of downtown. However, it's more convenient to choose a flight that arrives at the Long Beach Airport because it is closer to the city and is less crowded than LAX. Long Beach Airport is located at 4100 Donald Douglas Drive, approximately 3 miles from the center of the city. Six airlines provide flights to Long Beach, including Alaska Airlines, Delta, JetBlue and US Airways. You can take a taxicab into Long Beach for about $30 to $40. Alternatively, you can take the public bus for $1.25. If you plan to explore Los Angeles and Orange County during your trip, it's easier to have your own set of wheels. You can use Orbitz.com to reserve a rental car when you book your flight. The airport houses five car rental companies, including Avis, Budget, Hertz and National.

Exploring the City

If you're planning a trip to Long Beach, you should avoid traveling in the winter. During the winter months, the average temperatures range from around 45 degrees Fahrenheit to the high 50s, and the city gets most of its rain for the year during this season. Plan your trip any time between April and October. During this time, the average temperature ranges from the low 50s to the mid-70s, and rain is rare. The Pike at Rainbow Harbor, a Long Beach icon, is one place you shouldn't miss. Visit The Pike at night to see the Ferris wheel and carousel draped in lights. The Aquarium of the Pacific, one of the largest aquariums in the United States, is located at the end of the harbor. If you want to see what The Pike was like in its heyday, visit Loof's Lite-A-Line-a museum that features some of The Pike's original game tables-and a car from the famous roller coaster, the Cyclone Racer. One of the city's most popular attractions, the Queen Mary, gives guests an idea of what it was like to travel aboard a luxury liner. After you tour the Queen Mary, tour the Scorpion-the Cold War-era submarine that sits adjacent to the historic cruise ship.

Plan a Trip to Long Beach

The beautiful weather, sandy beaches, family-oriented attractions and its location make Long Beach one of California's top vacation destinations. Whether you want to relax at the beach or take a side trip to Disneyland, you won't get bored in Southern California. Visit Orbitz.com to find cheap flights to and affordable hotel rooms in Long Beach.

Frequently asked questions

Am I currently able to fly to Long Beach?
Before you book your ticket, check out our Covid-19 Travel Advisor. This page contains all you need to know about current travel advice, quarantine policies and other essential information for your flight to Long Beach.
If I am not able to travel because of COVID-19, can I change or cancel?
You’ll find all the answers you need on our Customer Service Portal. While the majority of airlines make allowances for changes or cancellations due to COVID-19, it’s best to check the terms and conditions of your preferred carrier before booking.
Which airlines fly to Long Beach?
Booking a flight to Long Beach is easy — simply pick from airlines that fly into Long Beach Municipal Airport (LGB). When you’ve arranged your itinerary and packed your suitcase, these popular domestic carriers will welcome you on board:

  • Southwest Airlines - 456 flights to Long Beach per month
  • Delta - 49 flights to Long Beach per month
  • Hawaiian Airlines - 35 flights to Long Beach per month

What is the best airport to fly to in Long Beach?
Land at Long Beach Municipal Airport (LGB) and you’ll be wandering around this popular city in next to no time. This airport is around 4 miles northeast of the downtown area. But LGB isn’t your only choice. Los Angeles Intl. Airport (LAX) is another entrance point to Long Beach, so compare airfares to clinch the best deal.
How much is a flight to Long Beach?
Loads of fabulous deals were had this week, with round-trip flights to Long Beach fluctuating between and . But it was travelers starting their trip from () who snapped up the biggest bargains. One-way flights to Long Beach fell to just .
How to book the cheapest flight to Long Beach?
Scoring cheap flights to Long Beach is as simple as booking with Orbitz. But if you’d like to make sure you’re walking away with the best flight deals around, here are some tips to keep your wallet happy:

  • Consider taking off from or landing at nearby airports to save cash. Enter your preferred departure and arrival airports in the form fields, then choose the ‘Nearby airports’ function below. It will list any available options.
  • Similarly, click on the ‘Show flexible dates’ link to bring up the airfares on days either side of your chosen departure. It’s possible to pick up cheaper flight deals if your travel plans are flexible.
  • To fine tune your results, click on ‘Show options.’ You can search based on airlines, seating class, nonstop flights and refundable flights. You can also choose your preferred departure and arrival times under ‘Sort & Filter’ to the left.
  • Once you know your travel dates, book your flight. Ticket prices generally increase as the departure date gets closer.
  • Think about combining your flights, hotels and car rentals into one convenient package deal to make your budget go even further.
  • Don’t fly during the busy season if you can. By steering clear of school vacations and summer, you can save loads on your airfares.

How long is a flight to Long Beach?
Your point of origin, which airport you take off from and whether you travel direct — the flight time depends on many factors. But we’ve made life simple and compiled the average times for some busy routes to Long Beach:

  • Las Vegas, NV (LAS-Harry Reid Intl.) to Long Beach Municipal Airport (LGB) - 1 hour and 15 minutes
  • Oakland, CA (OAK-Oakland Intl.) to Long Beach Municipal Airport (LGB) - 1 hour and 23 minutes
  • Sacramento, CA (SMF-Sacramento Intl.) to Long Beach Municipal Airport (LGB) - 1 hour and 25 minutes

What is the best time to book a flight to Long Beach?
Generally speaking, January is the cheapest time to book your plane ticket. This is followed by February and August. Keep this in mind while you browse for a cheap flight to Long Beach.
What day of the week is the cheapest to book a flight to Long Beach?
If you’re after cheap fares to Long Beach, the best days of the week to make a booking are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. With Orbitz (and a bit of good timing!), a terrific flight deal will be all yours.
What is the cheapest day of the week to fly to Long Beach?
According to Orbitz data from 2020, you should jump on a plane on a Monday to nab cheap flights to Long Beach. Next most inexpensive day? Tuesday. Saturday will set you back the most. So, think about departing early in the week if you want to book a bargain fare and stretch your travel budget.
What is the cheapest month to fly to Long Beach?
Jet off in August if you’re on a budget. Orbitz data has found that it’s generally the best month for cheap flights to Long Beach. June is when prices hit their peak.
Which airlines allow free cancellation?
We know that plans change and flexibility matters. That’s why you can easily search for flights that include free cancellation and no change fees on Orbitz. Simply click on “Filter by flexible change policies” and we’ll find you fares more flexible than candy in a hot car!
What do I need for the flight to Long Beach?
Flying can be fun with a bit of pre-planning! Make your journey a total breeze with the following practical tips:

  • Whether you print it out at home or use an electronic one, you’ll need your boarding pass to step foot on the plane. You’ll also need some kind of government-issued identification. If you’re flying internationally, make sure your passport is valid and you’ve checked visa requirements.
  • Take some activities to keep you busy on your trip to Long Beach. Magazines, books and electronic gadgets like laptops and e-readers are ideal. Remember to take a water bottle too. Even on a short flight, it’s important to keep well-hydrated.
  • Even if you’re traveling in the height of summer, take a sweater or cardigan on board with you. Cabins can get quite chilly!

How many direct flights are there to Long Beach?
Long Beach has approximately 107 direct flights every month, so you have loads of options to select from. Get real cozy in your seat and fly nonstop with Southwest Airlines, Delta Air Lines or American Airlines.
How do I get cheap first-class/business deals to Long Beach?
Savvy travelers are pros at finding first or business-class airfares to Long Beach that don’t cost an arm and a leg. You can do the same with these practical tips:

  • Be more flexible with your travel dates and wait for big sales on business or first-class airfares.
  • Find a low-cost carrier that has seats in business class. They often come with more legroom and a glass of Champagne — and a more affordable price.
  • Take advantage of your airline’s loyalty scheme and upgrade your seat. Alternatively, you can try bidding for an upgrade in an online auction.

How to get into Long Beach from the airport?
Cruise into downtown Long Beach with a Long Beach Municipal Airport (LGB) car rental. There are two outlets at Long Beach Municipal Airport (LGB) — Alamo and National Car Rental. Once you’ve done the paperwork and grabbed the keys to your ride, the city center is a journey of 4 miles to the southwest of LGB. Alternatively, you could also take a taxi downtown and drive away in a vehicle from one of our Long Beach car rentals. Whatever you decide, when you book with Orbitz, you can be sure you’ll always drive away with a fabulous deal!
What is the best time to go to Long Beach?
You’ll have fun whatever time of the year you decide to visit Long Beach, but are the most popular months. Want to fill up your itinerary with stacks of warm-weather adventures? Book your trip around June 20. This is when the summer season begins in the Northern Hemisphere. Expect the mercury to hover between 65undefined and 80undefined at this time.
Travel tips for Long Beach

  • The city center is brimming with renowned attractions. Tourist spots like RMS Queen Mary and Aquarium of the Pacific will keep your feet on the move and your adventurous spirit happy.
  • You’ll discover rewarding day trip adventures a short drive from the center. Take in Disneyland® first followed by Universal Studios Hollywood.
  • Get into the driver’s seat and find out what else makes Los Angeles a tourist hit. Book a car rental with Orbitz and check out all the action of two other well-known cities — Stevenson Ranch and Pomona.

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Refunds/changes/cancellations: Itinerary changes, if permitted for the fare, will have a $30 service fee charged by Orbitz. Additional airline charges may apply.

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