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Interesting Information About Flights from Los Angeles to Sydney
  • Q: What airlines regularly fly this route?
  • A: United Airlines, Delta Air Lines and American Airlines fly regularly between this route.
  • Q: How long does it normally take people to fly between Los Angeles and Sydney, including stops?
  • A: It normally takes 15 hours and 45 minutes to fly between Los Angeles and Sydney.
  • Q: What is the average number of stops that others book on this route?
  • A: On average, other travellers make 2 stops between Los Angeles and Sydney.
  • Q: Are there regular non-stop flights on this route or do I have to book an itinerary with stops?
  • A: There are 4 daily non-stop flights between Los Angeles and Sydney, as well as 13 weekly non-stop flights.
  • Q: What are some airports relatively close to Sydney that might have cheaper flights from Los Angeles?
  • A: The closest alternate airport to Sydney is Canberra Airport (250 kilometres away) .
  • Q: What are some airports relatively close to Los Angeles that might have cheaper flights to Sydney?
  • A: The closest alternate airports to Los Angeles are Bob Hope Airport (16 kilometres away) and Santa Monica Airport (19 kilometres away) .
  • Q: Which airports serve Los Angeles and Sydney?
  • A: Los Angeles International Airport serve Los Angeles. Kingsford Smith Airport and Sydney Airport serve Sydney.
  • Q: What is the distance between these two cities?
  • A: The distance between Los Angeles and Sydney is 12,073 kilometres.
  • Q: What is the total non-stop flight time between Los Angeles and Sydney?
  • A: The total non-stop flight time for this route is 15 hours and 28 minutes.
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