Yellow Cab In Lakewood For Long Beach Airport

November, 2013 by Alma Abell

Los Angeles is served by one of the largest airports in the United States, LAX. Featuring nine terminals and hundreds of daily flights, tens of thousands of people from around the world arrive into Los Angeles through LAX every day. While LAX is traditionally known as easier to get through than other “mega” airports in the United States like JFK and O’Hare, it isn’t exactly an”cake walk” to navigate, especially in peak times when you need to get a cab to get to your hotel. Anyone who flies regularly into LA will tell you that you should try one of the other local airports, if possible, for an easier flying experience.

For those who are doing business, or visiting, near the “Valley”, Bob Hope Burbank Airport is an option; while those who are traveling to Orange County should check out John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana. For those whose destination is the Long Beach/ San Pedro area, Long Beach Airport is typically regarded as the easiest airport to deal with in the area. With a limited number of gates, yet destinations from around the country, many travelers discover LGB and keep coming back to it.

One of the best things about LGB is the fact that you can easily get a cab steps from the baggage claim. Any time you arrive, there is always a supply of yellow cab vehicle to take you where you need to go, whether you are staying local, heading into downtown Los Angeles, or making Orange County your final destination. One of the best things about Yellow Cab, which serves the Long Beach area, is that you get clear pricing, and dependable service wherever you need to go. These are not independent cabs, they are cabs that have a trusted name behind them.

Because LGB is located on the border between Long Beach and Lakewood, a suburb to the east, one can look up Yellow Cab in Lakewood to get more routing and information. While it doesn’t take a lot of planning to get from the airport to downtown, one should do some research on shuttles and cabs. Because the rail lines do not pass near LGB (nor LAX or John Wayne Airport) one will either rely on taxi or rental car to get where they need to go. Buses travel from the airport, but can take hours to reach downtown.



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