Burbank Airport Information
Book low-fare flights from Burbank City in LA at Orbitz.com. Bob Hope Airport is located three miles northwest of the CBD and offers international flights. It has two asphalt-paved runways called 8/26 and 15/33. Runway 15 is for take-off, and Runway 8 is for landing. There are two terminals, A and B, and the nine gates of Terminal A are numbered A1 through A9, while the five for Terminal B are B1 to B5. Bob Hope Airport is served by Delta, United, US Airways, Alaska Airways and Southwest Airlines.
Parking at Burbank Airport
Orbitz.com will conveniently arrange for short-term and long-term parking at the international airport's four-storied parking structure located opposite the main terminal. For short-term parking, you pay a daily maximum of $31, with an additional $31 for each day thereafter. Cheap, long-term parking at the economy lots will cost you a daily maximum of $10 and $10 for every additional day. Free shuttles are available at economy lots A, B and C.
Burbank Airport Transportation Services
The Bob Hope Airport train station connects you to the city via Amtrak and Metrolink trains. The City of Burbank bus has low-fare transport charges from downtown Burbank via the Metro bus lines, and there are free shuttle services connecting the airport to the Downtown Burbank Metrolink Station.
Burbank Airport Restaurants
Located at 2511 N San Fernando Blvd, Jack In The Box offers Jumbo Jack burgers topped with tomato, lettuce, onion sauce and ketchup. CafÃ© Elegante is renowned for its comprehensive breakfast meals. If you love Mexican foods like guacamole and bean burritos, Candelejas Restaurant is the place to be. Whether you seek cheap flights from Burbank or Burbank hotel deals, Orbitz.com has you covered.
Traveling to Kona
Kona is the westernmost district on the Big Island of Hawaii and the shortened name for the city of Kailua-Kona. The Kona International Airport at Keahole located at 73-200 Kupipi St. services residents and visitors of the city looking for cheap flights to Kona. Airlines operating out of Kona include Air Canada, Delta Airlines, American Airlines and US Airways, among others. The airport is about seven miles from Kailua and still maintains an open-air design that takes full advantage of the beautiful Hawaii weather.
Transportation From the Kona International Airport
Travel to Kailua-Kona from the Kona International Airport is provided primarily by taxi or rental car, with shuttle services available to resorts in the area and limited bus services through the Hawaii County Mass Transit Agency for $1.00. Round-trip shuttle services are available for about $48, with trips taking approximately 15 minutes, and taxis are about $25 one way to the downtown area.
The Weather in Kona
The weather in Kona is tropical with warm temperatures lasting throughout the year. The average low in the coldest month of January only reaches 66 degrees Fahrenheit, with average highs in the warmest month of August only reaching 88 degrees. Rainfall is light and brief, so dress can be as lightweight as desired while in the region.
Things to Do in Kona
Kona is a tourist's paradise with beautiful beaches to relax in as you enjoy warm ocean breezes and beautiful sunsets. For those who want a more challenging time in Kona though, there's always the Ironman World Championship Triathlon in October. To race in the work championship, you'll first have to qualify through one of the many qualification races held around the world. Watching the race is free though, and it is often worth the price of one of the cheap flights to Kona available through Orbitz.com.