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Anonymous asked in TravelUnited StatesLos Angeles · 1 decade ago

LAX shuttles from Anaheim?

I'm interested in finding out who, where, and how much a shuttle from the Anaheim resort area to LAX would be. If you could attach a link, that would be great. Thanks so much!

4 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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  • 1 decade ago

    If you would like to make this trip as cheaply as possible, you can do it for $2.50, but it takes about 2 hours, and it's a real pain in the (you know where) if you are traveling with lots of luggage. If you're still interested, here is how you do it:

    Board west bound Metro Bus #460 at the Harbor Blvd / Disneyland East Main Shuttle Entrance (s/w corner) and get off at the Norwalk Metro Rail Green Line Station. Fare: $1.25

    Board the Metro Rail Green Line and ride to the Aviation Blvd Station. Fare: $1.25.

    From the west end of the Aviation Station platform board the "G" line shuttle which will take you into LAX, and to the terminal of you choice. Fare: FREE

    To see this on the net, log on to "". The website will include maps if you need them. Enter "Disneyland" as your starting point, and LAX as your destination. Then enter the day of the week, and time of day you want to travel.

  • 1 decade ago

    Super Shuttle or Primetime Shuttles are best. You can also take the Disneyland Bus from any major hotel in Anaheim.

    Source(s): I work at LAX
  • 1 decade ago

    You can take a bus from the Disneyland hotel to LAX. I believe these buses leave every hour on the hour. I would call the Disneyland Hotel or go to their website. It's pretty reasonably priced too.

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