Airport Fact Sheet Los Angeles International Airport - United Hub
Los Angeles
International Airport

Airport fact sheet

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is a centerpiece of United’s West Coast operations and a gateway to the airline’s domestic and Asia Pacific network. United recently invested $573 million in renovating Terminal 7, bringing greater convenience for LAX passengers. As part of this investment, United debuted a state-of-the-art ticketing lobby to a sleek and spacious United Club lounge with an outdoor patio. United made history in 2016, becoming the first U.S. airline with regularly scheduled flights using sustainable biofuel with the launch of United flight 708 from LAX. It is the consistently ranked in the top five busiest airport in the world for passengers and ranks 14th in the world in air cargo tonnage handled. The dynamic airport creates, attracts and supports economic activity throughout Southern California.

In January 2018, United announced a naming rights agreement with the University of Southern California to help sustain and renovate the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, one of the sports world's most beloved historical landmarks and home of the USC Trojans. Through the 16-year agreement, the venue will officially become the United Airlines Memorial Coliseum beginning in August 2019.

United announced a naming rights agreement with the University of Southern California to help sustain and renovate the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, one of the sports world's most beloved historical landmarks and home of the USC Trojans. Through the agreement, the venue is officially named the United Airlines Field at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
Average daily flights

United, together with United Express® operates 142 daily flights out of LAX:

United Mainline United Regional
83 59
International service

United offers 9 daily nonstop flights to 9 international destinations from LAX:

  • One nonstop flight to Europe
  • Nonstop flights to four destinations in Asia and Australia
  • Nonstop flights to three destinations across Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean
  • One nonstop flight to Canada
Domestic service

United operates 142 daily flights to 57 airports across the United States from LAX, including frequent daily service to top business travel markets in New York, Chicago, Denver, San Francisco and Houston.

Enplaned passengers
Annual Average daily
6.1M 16,700
Employees
Approximate total in Los Angeles area
5,140
United ClubSM

One United Clubs located in Terminal 7

United Polaris®

One United Polaris lounge in Terminal 7, between Gates 73 and 75A

Select community partners
  • LA's BEST
  • First Place for Youth
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
Sports sponsorships
  • USC logoslickUniversity of Southern California
  • Los Angeles Angels logoslickLos Angeles Angels
General airport amenities

More than 50 food and beverage shops, automated teller machines in each terminal, Wi-Fi throughout all terminals, currency exchanges located in departure halls of every terminal.