Los Angeles Airport (LAX) Parking Locations
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Long Term Parking LAX
We provide the best LAX long term parking for travelers flying out of Los Angeles International Airport. If you are planning a trip and need to leave your vehicle for an extended period of time, look no further. Using years of industry experience, market insights, and partnerships with elite hotels, we provide LAX parkers with unparalleled service at a price that simply cannot be beat.
Finding long term parking at LAX shouldn’t be a hassle. Simplify your travel plans and use our booking system to select your upcoming arrival and departure date. We will then provide you with all available long term parking options at LAX at the absolute best price. Select your favorite and complete your reservation. After that, all you need to do is show up. We’ll handle the rest!
How much is long term parking at LAX?
There are two primary LAX long term parking options for travelers to consider: off-airport parking and Terminal Parking Garages.
Cheap LAX Parking
At snag a space, we are committed to providing not just cheap LAX parking, but consistent value and seamless experiences for those traveling out of Los Angeles International Airport. Our off airport parking options such as the Marriott LAX, Renaissance LAX, and Westin Los Angeles Airport hotels offer significantly more economical parking than the Terminal Parking Lots at LAX.
If you navigate to any of our LAX parking locations, you’ll be able to easily compare details such as distances to the airport and price. We price our rates competitively, making us a great option for any traveler. Our partners are all vetted and offer a friendly, professional service, including 24/7 complimentary shuttle services, making off airport parking for LAX an ideal solution for all your car parking needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Am I required to wear a mask at LAX airport?
Yes. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) requires face masks be worn by all travelers while on aircraft. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) also requires travelers to wear face masks when they are in airports and on aircraft.
Am I required to fill out a City of Los Angeles Traveler Form?
Travelers arriving into LAX from outside California are required to fill out the online City of Los Angeles Traveler Form, acknowledging they have read, understand and will abide by the LA County Department of Public Health’s Travel Requirement, and understand the State of California’s Travel Advisory. Travelers over the age of 16 must submit this form online prior to or upon arrival at Los Angeles International Airport, Van Nuys Airport, or Union Station. Failure to submit the form is punishable by a fine of up to $500.
Are there any Covid-19 quarantine restrictions at LAX?
The LA County travel advisory allows fully vaccinated individuals who are not experiencing COVID symptoms the ability to arrive into LA County and not quarantine after domestic travel. However, after international travel a viral test 3 to 5 days post travel is recommended. All unvaccinated non-essential travelers arriving in or returning to the County of Los Angeles from other states or countries must:
- Quarantine for seven full days after travel if they get a negative COVID-19 viral test result collected 3-5 days after their arrival.
- Quarantine for 10 full days after travel if they did not get tested with a COVID-19 viral test after their travel.
- Self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 for 14 days after travel, avoid being around people who are at increased risk for severe illness and isolate and get tested if symptoms develop.
What COVID safety measures are in place at LAX airport?
LAX airport has implemented deep cleaning, sanitation, and disinfecting of high traffic areas throughout the airport. The TSA has increased the deep cleaning of screening checkpoint surfaces every three hours. In addition to more cleaning procedures, travelers are encouraged to abide by proper social distancing guidelines while they navigate the airport. Travelers are not required to have their temperature taken to enter Los Angelese International Airport.
Can I get a Covid-19 test?
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) now offers guests two types of COVID-19 tests in the terminal area at three testing locations, the primary lab across from Terminal 6 and two satellite locations in Terminal 2 and the other in the Tom Bradley International Terminal. The tests are provided by Clarity Labs and processed in a state-of-the-art, on-site laboratory, providing a convenient and safe option for testing before or after travel.
All locations offer a standard PCR test (nasal-swab Polymerase Chain Reaction) for $125 with results returned in three to five hours. Rapid PCR tests with results in one-hour or less are available for $199 at the lab at the arrivals level of the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Antigen tests are offered at the main lab at terminal 6 and at the Tom Bradley International Terminal daily from 9:00 am to noon with results available in under 1-hour for a cost of $80.
Can I get a Covid-19 Vaccine at the Los Angeles International Airport?
Yes, you can get a COVID-19 Vaccinations at LAX. In partnership with the Los Angeles Fire Department, LAX is now offering free one-dose Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccinations for those 18 and older. The vaccine clinic is open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday (closed Sundays).
How much is parking at LAX?
For daily parking, you will use Economy Lot E (currently closed) at LAX. Hourly parking at the Central Terminal Parking Garages goes for $5 the first hour or fraction thereof and an additional $4 for each additional thirty minutes with a maximum of $40 per 24-hr period. You can find better rates for short-term and long-term off-airport parking through our reservation system above.
How much does overnight parking cost at LAX?
There is only one parking option with the Economy Lot E being currently closed. Overnight parking is $40/24-hr period. To avoid these charges, we recommend finding a better rate through our off-airport parking reservation system.
How long can I park at LAX?
30-day LAX Long Term Parking. The other official airport structures provide up to a 30-day maximum stay at $30 per day. Even though the economy lot has a better rate, check LAX offsite airport parking options to find the best deals.
How early should I get to LAX?
Travelers are encouraged to arrive 2 hours before departure time for domestic flights, and 3 hours before for international flights.
Can I leave my car at LAX?
You can reserve short or long term parking at LAX airport through the on-site parking services or through highly-rated third party off-airport parking providers like ourselves. Rates will typically be lower when booking through a third-party provider.
Is there a waiting area to pick up passengers at LAX?
LAX has a 24-hour LAX Cell Phone Waiting Lot where motorists meeting arriving passengers can wait for free, up to two hours, until passengers call to say they are ready to be picked up in the Central Terminal Area.
The Cell Phone Lot is located on 96th St just east of Sepulveda Blvd, one-quarter mile west from the 96th Street Bridge entrance into LAX’s passenger terminal area. It is easily accessible from the north and east by motorists using La Tijera, Sepulveda, Manchester and Century Boulevards to access LAX.
No commercial vehicles or ride-service vehicles allowed. Vehicles in the LAX Cell Phone Waiting Lot must be attended at all times. No parking is allowed in or around this facility.
Effective April 1, 2019, there will be no more shuttle service at the Cellphone Waiting Lot. For shuttle service to LAX, Cell Phone Waiting Lot customers will have to use LAX City Bus Center Bus Bays 11 and 12. In addition, passengers can obtain local transit information by calling 323.GO.METRO or 323.466.3876.
Does LAX airport have Accessible (ADA) Parking options?
Yes. Accessible parking spaces are located in all parking facilities at the airport. All vehicles parking in accessible spaces must show a valid Disabled Person Parking Placard or License Plate.
What is the busiest time at LAX?
What are the busiest times at LAX? The international terminals tend to be at their busiest between 11am and 3pm, and between 6pm and 11pm. Domestic terminals are a little different, with the periods between 5am and 8am, 11am and 2pm, and 5pm and 7pm being well-known rush hours for the airport.
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