LAX Airport Parking - Los Angeles Discount Long Term Parking
Find out about Los Angeles International Airport parking options. Learn about the price ranges and where the best handicapped parking areas are located. Discover how some people can park free at LAX airport.
Driving to Los Angeles International Airport
The Los Angeles International Airport is actually very easy to reach. Those traveling on the 105 Freeway will take the Sepulveda Boulevard Exit and follow airport signs. Those coming on the 405 can take the La Cienga Boulevard Exits and then turn onto Century Boulevard. Because there are a series of La Cienga Boulevard Exits, you should follow LAX airport parking and terminal signs to ensure you're going the right way to reach Century Boulevard.
If you are using GPS or an online driving direction site, enter the following address: One World Way, Los Angeles.
Options for Parking at Los Angeles International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport offers eight parking structures with around 8,000 total parking places. Each of the parking structures is across from one of the terminals. P-3 and P-3 are across from Tom Bradley International Terminal and also attached to Gates 3 and 4. P-2 and P-2A are attached to Gate 2. P-5 and P-6 are adjacent to Gate 5. P-1 and P-7 are attached to Gates 1, 7 and 8.
LAX Park One Public Parking is on the corner of Century Boulevard and Sepulveda Boulevard. Free shuttle service of offered to and from all LAX airport terminals. Valet parking is also available at the Park One Public Parking LAX lot. You'll pay under $25 a day for this service, but note that the parking is uncovered.
There is also the Economy Parking Lot C on the corner of 96 th Street and Sepulveda Boulevard with an additional 7,300 spaces. Again, free shuttle service brings passengers to and from the terminals. Frequent travelers looking for Parking Lot B should note the parking area was shut permanently in January 2010.
Rates for LAX parking range from $12 to $30 per day. Those rates include the 10 percent L.A. Parking Occupancy Tax.
If you're simply picking up a passenger, park in the Cell Phone Lot, adjacent to the LAX post office at 9011 Airport Boulevard. Wait for your passenger to call for pick-up and drive up to the appropriate terminal.
All parking at Los Angeles Airport offers handicapped accessible spaces. You must hang your handicapped placard in a visible location. Free shuttles are equipped with wheelchair lifts. Be sure to watch for signs regarding vehicle height restrictions. Some garages handle vehicles up to 8' 2”, but structures 2B and 5 only have a 7-foot clearance.
Free Parking at Los Angeles International Airport
Parking structures 1 and 6 offer free parking, for up to 30 days, to anyone driving an electric vehicle. Park at an electric charging station on the lower arrivals level.
Motorcycles may also park free within the LAX Central Terminal Area Parking. Motorcyclists should drive around the arm and not take a ticket. Park at ends of rows, in corners and any other area that is not a car parking space or an area that blocks traffic. When you exit, simply drive around the gate.
The Best Choices for Alternative Parking at Los Angeles Airport
If you plan to stay near the Los Angeles International Airport before or after your flight, ask your hotel about LAX park, sleep and fly deals. With these special rates, you receive free parking for a specific amount of time with your room. The hotel shuttles you to and from the airport and you leave your car in their secure parking lot while you're away.
LAX Park and Fly is another inexpensive Los Angeles Airport parking option. The lots are near the airport and free shuttle brings you to and from the airport. Rates start as low as $4 per day.
For more information on parking at LAX, call 310-646-5252.