Los Angeles International Airport is the 2nd busiest airport in the United States, and 5th busiest in the world with over 84 million passengers per year. LAX is the second busiest airport for international passengers in the United States with over 24 million people per year. Approximately 29% of all travelers are international.
The most common business professionals using LAX are medical professionals, accountants or financial professionals, attorneys or judges, architects, engineers, and IT professionals. The majority of business travelers hold the title of Manager or above.
LAX is used as a hub for more airlines than any other U.S. airport. The majority of LAX travelers begin or end their trips at LAX. It is most often an origin or destination airport, not a connection airport. The average household income of an LAX passenger is $93,635, with an average age of 44.