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Why Fly to Long Beach?

Between the famous sights of Los Angeles and the exclusive neighborhoods of Orange County, Long Beach often goes overlooked in the travel guides to Southern California. But this laid-back locale is one of the state’s largest cities, a major port destination and an unforgettable place to spend a weekend getaway. Cheap flights to Long Beach are almost always easy to find, and the wealth of attractions and hidden gems waiting in store is definitely worth the trip. Start comparing fares and hotel rates online to plan a fun and affordable vacation in “The LBC.” 

Which Airlines Fly to Long Beach?

Long Beach Airport (LGB) is a small airport connected to a limited range of cities. Its busiest carrier is JetBlue, which uses Long Beach as a focus city and offers flights from Austin, Boston, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, New York, Oakland, Portland, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington D.C. Other airlines serving Long Beach include Allegiant Air, Delta, Frontier, Horizon Air and US Airways, with alternative points of origin including Colorado Springs, Denver, Idaho Falls and Phoenix.

Long Beach Flight Tips

Los Angeles International Airport, (LAX) one of the busiest airfields in the world, is just 25 miles away. All major airlines serve LAX, which welcomes flights from more than 50 cities across the U.S. If you fly into Los Angeles, you can reach Long Beach in about an hour by taking the Metro Rail.

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Quick Travel Guide to Long Beach

Long Beach is an excellent city in which to simply live life as the locals do, lounging on the sand, window shopping along Belmont Shore and noshing on SoCal cuisine in hip cafes. Even some of the ultra-modern high-rise hotels in Long Beach feel like attractions in themselves. But when you’re not discovering the city’s top spots by exploring its many neighborhoods, you should definitely check out its must-see sights.

One of Long Beach’s most famous attractions is the Aquarium of the Pacific, located at Rainbow Harbor. The five-acre complex is among the nation’s largest aquariums, and well over 10,000 sea creatures and other animals are on display in its tanks and habitats. Stop in to pet sharks and stingrays, explore the replica barrier reef and marvel at enormous tanks that surround you on all sides.

Just across the harbor is the aquarium’s biggest competitor for the curiosity of Long Beach’s tourists. The RMS Queen Mary, the luxury ocean liner that was once the envy of fleets around the world, is now moored at Long Beach’s port. From its maiden voyage in 1936 until 1952, it was widely considered to be the fastest ship in the Atlantic. For a time during World War II, the Queen Mary was used as a transport ship carrying troops from the U.S. to England, and at one time carried a record-setting load of more than 16,000 passengers. Today, you can tour the ship, enjoy lunch or dinner in its dining rooms and even stay in its stateroom cabins, which now serve as hotel rooms.

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