Los Angeles or LA is a thriving city in California. Most famous for the America’s film industry, the city entices travelers from different parts of the world each year. Travelers flock to its premises each year for work and for leisure. Some of the most intriguing places in the city thronged in large numbers include Griffith Park, Universal Studios Hollywood, The Hollywood Walk of Fame, TCL Chinese Theatre, and Olvera Street. Manila on the other hand, is the capital city of Philippines, also the country’s second biggest city. The city has a lot to offer to its visitors including Manila Ocean Park, Fort Santiago, Star City, The Coconut Palace, and The Black Nazarene.
The city of Los Angeles is 7,303 miles away from the Filipino capital. It roughly takes about 15 hours, 6 minutes to fly from the Californian city to Manila. Travelers can book cheap tickets from Los Angeles to Manila with several airlines that fly on this one-way route. Philippines Airlines, ANA, Japan Airlines, China Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, and Delta Air Lines are a few prominent carriers operating service here.
The city of Los Angeles is served by Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), which caters to domestic as well as international travelers flying to and from the city to their respective destinations. The airport comprises eight terminals and the newly opened Ton Bradley International Terminal. The airport houses some of the world famous restaurants that serve delectable meals to the traveler and these consists of Starbucks, Mc Donald's, Burger King, and Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) is based in Manila. This airport is named after Benigno Ninoy Aquino Jr who was murdered here in the year 1983. As one of the busiest airports in Asia, it serves as a hub for airlines like Cebu Pacific, Philippines Airlines, and AirAsia Zest.