Los Angeles International Airport
City code of LAX: refers to metropolitan areas of Los Angeles
Los Angeles International Airport
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Introduction of Los Angeles International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport (IATA Code: LAX, ICAO Code: KLAX) is the primary international airport serving Los Angeles and its surrounding metropolitan area. It is also the only airport to rank among the top five U.S. airports for both passenger and cargo traffic. LAX is the closest airport to the Westside and the South Bay, located in the Westchester neighborhood of Los Angeles, 18 miles (30 km) southwest of Downtown Los Angeles. Handling 88 million passengers annually, LAX is the world's third busiest and the United States' second busiest airport. As the largest and busiest international airport on the U.S. West Coast, LAX is a major international gateway to the United States, and also serves a connection point for passengers traveling internationally.
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