The high development level of air service in Los Angeles is quite obvious and logical. A key role in the organization and implementation of international air travel plays the Los Angeles International Airport, which is the main airport of the state of California and one of the biggest airports in America. This airport hosts planes of the world's largest airlines from all over the world. The airport has four high-end runways, nine terminals for passenger service, ATMs, currency exchange counters, Internet access points and a variety of snack bars. The right to carry out domestic air traffic in Los Angeles is given to four commercial airports: LA/Ontario International Airport, Bob Hope Airport in the vicinities of Hollywood, Long Beach Municipal Airport and John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana. The city has a well-developed bus and taxi network, which run from airports to major local sights. We should also note the high quantity of private airports and small aircraft objects.