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The cheapest flights to Long Beach found within the past 7 days were $178. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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FAQs about Long Beach Flights

Which airlines fly to Long Beach?

Fixed the dates for your getaway to Long Beach? With 9 air companies servicing this city, you're bound to find a flight that matches your travel plans. These are some of the leading companies:

  • Delta
  • Japan Transocean Air
  • SriLankan Airlines
What airport is best to fly into Long Beach?

Long Beach is serviced by one airport, which makes booking your flight here a breeze. Long Beach, CA Airport (LGB-Long Beach Municipal) is 4 miles (7 kilometers) from all the action downtown.

Where to stay in Long Beach

Long Beach offers easy access to a wonderful range of places to rest your head. Take your pick of 23 lodgings within strolling distance and immerse yourself in the true essence of this lovely neighborhood.

If you're wanting a luxury vacation, there's no greater place in Long Beach than The Westin Long Beach or the Renaissance Long Beach Hotel. However, if you're more of a budget traveler, have a look at the rates and rooms at the Rodeway Inn Long Beach Convention Center and the Travelodge by Wyndham Long Beach Convention Center.

If you need somewhere to stay near RMS Queen Mary, Long Beach, you won't be searching for long! The Westin Long Beach and the Renaissance Long Beach Hotel are both an easy stroll away.

Places to visit in Long Beach

There's nothing quite like staying in an area that has lots of notable attractions. In this happening neighborhood, Aquarium of the Pacific and Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center are right on your doorstep.

Even if you're not here for the sole purpose of business, One World Trade Center is certainly worth visiting. Seeking more nearby options? In charge of the display and protection of noteworthy artworks, Museum of Latin American Art is the perfect attraction for art devotees. And that's not all there is. Pike at Rainbow Harbor is a leading shopping destination, featuring a wide range of stores and eating options.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Long Beach

Your trip to Long Beach begins as soon as you've completed all the security checks. We've compiled a list of handy tips to make sure you get through quickly:

  • Keep your passport and boarding pass within easy reach. They'll be the first things you'll be asked to produce by security staff.
  • Remove your shoes and belt before approaching the security checkpoint. Items like these are not permitted to pass through the body scanner.
  • Laptops must be removed from their protective carry bags and placed in a tub before being X-rayed.
  • Face cream, toothpaste and other toiletry items in liquid, gel or cream form need to be stored in containers smaller than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters). They must also fit in a 1-quart (1-liter) clear resealable bag.
  • Steel-cap footwear and other heavy shoes are likely to be X-rayed by security personnel. Think about wearing lightweight sneakers instead.
  • Multi-tools and corkscrews are not permitted on board the aircraft. Put them in your checked luggage to avoid forfeiting them at the security checkpoint.

Long Beach Flights & Plane Tickets

With its hip, artsy vibe and vibrant nightlife, Long Beach will capture your imagination—and your heart. Downtown may surprise you with its classic art deco design and never-ending schedule of events and festivals, from food tastings to live jazz. Head to the East Village (you guessed it—just to the east of downtown!) for more one-of-a-kind art, cafes, and quirky boutiques. Fly into the Municipal Airport (LGB) and get your Long Beach vacation started.

Transportation From LGB

All flights to Long Beach arrive at the same terminal, making your trip easy. Catch your first rays of California sun as soon as you’re off the plane by going to the central garden, where you’ll find lounge chairs, fire pits, and palm trees. Grab a coffee and relax for a while—Long Beach flights make it easy to get into the Golden State groove. Then head across the street to hook up with your rental car, shuttle, or bus. Several transit routes serve the greater Long Beach area, and can also connect you with the nearest Blue Line Metro station to take you into Los Angeles. For door-to-door service, catch a cab at the taxi stand. Once you’re settled in, take a trip to the Aquarium of the Pacific, or cross the bay to see the Queen Mary—a former ocean liner and World War II troopship. Book one of the hotels close to Long Beach Municipal if you’re arriving late, so you can get plenty of rest to explore these two gems of the city.

Find Your Funky Side

You won’t want to leave once you dig into this wacky and wonderful urban jungle. Get started with Travelocity’s cheap flights to Long Beach. Need a home base? Bundle your hotel and airfare with one of Travelocity’s vacation packages and save even more. Then close your eyes and let your mind wander to your Californian paradise.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.