Private Jet Flights from Toronto to Long Beach

Long Beach is such a beloved city that it has been the subject of many songs and it was the birth place of a movement. Visiting the city, you can see famous landmarks like the RMS Queen Mary, the Aquarium of the Pacific, and much more. You can explore dozens of art museums, funky shops, and fantastic restaurants fit for a gourmand. Whatever your interests are, you are bound to find something to love in Long Beach. It's up to you if you wear some flowers in your hair.

If you are going to Long Beach, you'll definitely want to book private jet travel. You can enjoy more amenities than first class, and you can cut down on the stress of travel by avoiding long lines and intrusive security scans.

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Flying into Long Beach

Long Beach has the only big airport in the area called Long Beach Airport with the code LGB. It serves to both South Bay and northern Orange County areas. There is also a possibility to use Los Angeles International Airport (code LAX) as this is the biggest closest international airport in the area. Air companies also offer John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, California (code SNA). Another airport with scheduled service is Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, Los Angeles County, California (code BUR).

Your flight from YYZ to Long Beach will take about nine hours, so taking a private jet will help you cut back on your time. Avoiding the major airports will also help you avoid the crowds, which will make your trip more relaxing and restful.

Travel Tips for Long Beach

Don't expect to be soaking up the sun in Long Beach: the average temperature is only 62 degrees, even in the summer. You'll want to dress in layers and bring plenty of warm things to wear.

Though there is public transportation, you'll likely be doing a lot of walking to see all the sights. Wear comfortable shoes and bring a backpack for snacks and other necessities.

Consider renting a bicycle to explore some of the neighborhoods off the beaten path and to see more outside the main tourist centers.