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The table lists round-trip flights from Houston to Los Angeles with their fares. The cost of air ticket for Houston to LA flights is based on a trend. Fares are non-warranted until issued after a successful payment transaction. The airfares are inclusive of base fare, fuel surcharges, airline/airport taxes, and our service fee.
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Airports in Houston
George Bush Intercontinental Airport
George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IATA: IAH, ICAO: KIAH) is an international airport in Houston, Texas, United States. The airport is 23 miles (37 km) drive off the north of Downtown Houston, between Interstate 45 and Interstate 69/U.S. The airport serves as the second largest passenger hub for United Airlines. The airport is operated by Houston Airport System. The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas, or METRO provides quick and affordable means of connectivity to or from the airport.
William P. Hobby Airport
Located 7 miles (11 km) from downtown Houston, William P. Hobby Airport (IATA: HOU, ICAO: KHOU) is an international airport from downtown Houston. Until the opening of Houston Intercontinental, the airport served as the primary airport in the city. Nowadays, the airport mostly handles domestic and corporate airline services. Cheap flights from Houston to LAX are available with Spirit and Frontier Airlines.
Airports in Los Angeles
Los Angeles International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX / KLAX) is 19 miles from Los Angeles, CA south of the Westchester district. According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, the airport handled 28,758,400 domestic and international passengers in 2018. Nonstop and connecting flights from Houston has LAX as their arrival airport.
Bob Hope Airport (BUR / KBUR)
BUR is 17 miles from the center of Los Angeles, CA. This airport has domestic flights from Burbank, California. BUR has two terminals, A and B. Terminal A has nine gates numbered A1 to A9, and Terminal B has five gates numbered B1 to B5. Only connecting flights from MIA or FLL arrive at this airport.
Long Beach Airport (LGB / KLGB)
Long Beach Airport (LGB / KLGB) has domestic flights from Long Beach, California and is 23 miles from Los Angeles, CA. It has three runways and six helipads. Prominent airlines include JetBlue Airways, American Eagle, Delta Connection, Hawaiian Airlines, and Southwest Airlines. Only connecting flights operate from Houston to LGB, Los Angeles.
LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT / KONT)
LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT / KONT) has international and domestic flights from Ontario, California, and is 40 miles from Los Angeles, CA. United Airlines and American Airlines have their arrivals from MIA. Most of the flights from Houston to ONT are connecting ones.
How Much Time Does a Flight from Houston to Los Angeles Take?
Wondering about how much time do you need to fly in Los Angeles from Houston? The table below has the answer. The flight time mentioned below from a departure airport in Houston to its corresponding arrival airport in Los Angeles is based on the assumption that the speed of the aircraft is 500 miles/hour or 804.67 km/hour.
|Flight||Flight Distance||Flight Time|
|IAH to LAX||1,379 miles/2219 km||3 hours 03 minutes|
|HOU to LAX||1,390 miles/2236 km||3 hours 09 minutes|
|IAH to LGB||1,363 miles/2194 km||3 hours 14 minutes|
|HOU to LGB||1,374 miles/2211 km||3 hours 15 minutes|
|IAH to ONT||1,334 miles/2146 km||2 hours 59 minutes|
|HOU to ONT||1,345 miles/2164 km||3 hours 11 minutes|
Note: Los Angeles is three hours behind Houston.
How to Book Cheap Flights from Houston to Los Angeles?
Though Cheapfaremart provides the cheapest airfare after a comparison of fares available from 200+ airlines, some practical travel hacks are worth getting your attention.
1. Be flexible with airlines and airports
Presence of more airports and more airlines means more flight deals, competitive fares, and amenities and a greater savings. Try switching your departure and arrival airport with the options available and find more flight options from Houston to Los Angeles.
2. Be an early bird
The flight reservation window opens 331 days ahead of the scheduled departure of a flight. However, this doesn’t mean you keep waiting for the lowest fare and end up paying more with a last-minute flight. Lock any airfare that looks below the average price for the route.
3. Visit the destination in the offseason
Spring and fall are the peak season. To beat the flight inflation consider flying to Los Angeles in summer. The upper-temperature limit in the city stays around the mid-80s in the summer season. The summer also sees vibrant and entertaining musical and gastronomical events like Coachella, Stagecoach Festival, and Lightning in a Bottle.
4. Go for mid-week flight tickets
Expensive Vs. Cheap. This tug-of-war will tilt in your favor if you choose a mid-weekday flight. Fares with flights departing on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays are always less expensive than fares available with weekend flights. If it’s manageable, you are in for a great flight deal.