Being one of the busiest international airports in the world, LAX parking is naturally busy. Peak times for international and domestic flights are 11:00am - 2:00pm and 8:00pm - 11:00pm,
with peak times for domestic flights also being 6:30am - 9:00am.
How it works
1. Select Airport and Dates
It takes several minutes to grab a guaranteed parking spot near your departure airport.
Select your parking arrival and return dates to begin your search.
2. Choose Parking Lot
We'll display a list of airport parking lots. All lots are close to the airport and include transportation to and from the airport.
You choose the parking lot that best meets your travel needs.
3. Reserve Parking
Provide contact and payment information, and complete your airport parking reservation.
Print out your reservation receipt and present it to the parking lot. Your reservation receipt will also be emailed to you
ParkOn is the ultimate resource for finding cheap long-term and short-term parking spaces close to LAX airport.
Parking spaces can be booked near West Century Boulevard, close to Interstate 105, and on the corner of Lincoln Boulevard and West Manchester Avenue.
Once your travel plans are confirmed, reserve a parking space well in advance to ensure that catching your flight goes a smoothly as possible.
For short-term parking (90 minutes or less), we recommend any of the structures located on World Way.
These parking lots charge $3 for the first hour and $2 for each additional 30 minutes, meaning they’re perfect for quick stop-offs.
However, due to traffic, we recommend you arrive well in advance of your arranged pickup or drop off time.
Long-Term Parking at LAX
For long-term LAX parking, expect to pay $7 – $12 per day for basic, outdoor parking.
Indoor parking starts at $9 per day and $12.75 for indoor valet parking. Many lots are only a 10 – 15-minute shuttle ride away from the airport, which runs every 10 – 20 minutes,
depending on traffic and most shuttles operate 24/7.
For helpful information on LAX terminal parking and parking near LAX,
read our LAX Airport Parking Guide or download the visual PDF version
here for your convenience.
Los Angeles International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is by far the largest and busiest airport in the Greater Los Angeles area.
Last year, LAX handled almost 75 million passengers, making it one of the busiest airports in the world based on passenger traffic.
It is also used as a hub airport for some of the America’s largest airlines, including American Airlines, United Airlines, and Virgin America.
Being the largest airport on the west coast of America, LAX is informally known as ‘the Gateway to the Pacific Rim’.
LAX’s top destination for both domestic and international flights are:
San Francisco, California
New York (JFK), New York
London (Heathrow), UK
Chicago (O’Hare), Illinois
Las Vegas, Nevada
Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
Tokyo (Narita), Japan
Seoul Incheon, South Korea
Historical Los Angeles
What would become LAX airport started out as 640 acres of field in Westchester named Mines Field.
The first hanger was built in 1929 and it opened as the official airport of Los Angeles the following year.
As the aviation business expanded and more airports were built in the nearby cities of Burbank and Glendale,
the building was renamed Los Angeles International Airport and by 1946 many flights to California were moved there.
This expansion of airports meant the abbreviated designations used by airports in America had to expand from two letters to three.
Therefore, to distinguish itself, ‘LA’ became ‘LAX’.
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