BUR Airport Info, Maps & ServicesOpened in 1930, this airport serves the greater Los Angeles area and covers 614 acres of ground. It's gone through many name changes, including Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport as well as Bob Hope Airport, named after the legendary actor and comedian.
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Overview | Hollywood Burbank Airport
BUR airport is an airport that services the Hollywood area, since it's actually closer to it than the larger LAX. It's the only airport in the area that has a direct transit connection to downtown Los Angeles. With flights that mostly serve within the United States, there are mainly domestic carriers available. The airport truly keeps the area it's in in mind, with JetBlue offering daily red-eye flights to New York City. The airport sees over 4 million people on a year basis, and has gone through a handful of renovations to accommodate it's growing passenger load.
The airport has had many names and branding initiatives from the airport's first iteration as United Airport. The airport's most recent name, Bob Hope Airport was changed to its current name in 2016 in a bid to help travellers get a better idea of where they actually are location wise. The airport's legal name will remain Bob Hope Airport, but all of its branding and destination listings will real Hollywood Burbank Airport for easier navigation.
Throughout the airport you can also find a number of food options including Fresco and Peter's coffee, as well as on-site bars. There are also plenty of ATMs and publish washrooms for passenger use. Currently, the busiest destination from the airport is Oakland, CA followed by Las Vegas, NV; both routes operate by Southwest. In addition to public transit access that connects the airport directly to downtown Los Angeles, there is also great Burbank airport parking so you can keep your car safe while you travel. There's even an area in the airport where your pets can rest with you.
Airport Concourse & Gate Info
- Hollywood Burbank isn't a particularly large airport, with two terminals A and B joined together in the same building. In Terminal A you will find 8 gates numbered from A1 to A9 servicing carriers like American Eagle, JetBlue, and Southwest while Terminal B houses United Express, Delta Connection, and Alaska Airlines and is numbered from B1 to B5.
- In the airport's main area, you can find the baggage and ticketing areas alongside the customer service desk, publicly accessible restrooms and plenty of ATMs.
To find out which airlines and destinations are currently operating out of Hollywood Burbank Airport, you can visit the airport's website to see the most recently updated information. For BUR airport parking and free shuttle bus services to surrounding hotels, check across from the airport's entrance. Also, remember to try Instapark, the best airport parking in Hollywood.
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