Who's Online
Online Controllers

No controllers online

Flights to/from ZLA

Departures (2)

Callsign Dep Arr Status ETA
CCA254 KLAX ZBAA Enroute 1536
FDX1075 KLAX KEWR Departing

Arrivals (9)

Callsign Dep Arr Status ETA
ANZ2 NZAA KLAX Enroute 2141
PAC9263 RKSI KLAX Enroute 1849
VOZ1 YSSY KLAX Enroute 2340
AAL82 NZAA KLAX Enroute 2353
AAL72 YSSY KLAX Enroute 1420
DAL1755 KATL KLAX Departing
DAL2473 KSAN KLAX Departing
MET431 KSEA KLAX Departing
UAL935 EGLL KLAX Enroute 0012

Los Angeles (SoCal) 11

Departures (1)

Callsign Dep Arr Status ETA
DAL2473 KSAN KLAX Departing

Arrivals (1)

Callsign Dep Arr Status ETA
AAL496 KLAS KSAN Departing

San Diego (SoCal) 2

Departures (3)

Callsign Dep Arr Status ETA
VIR156 KLAS EGLL Enroute 1940
AAL1 KLAS KPHL Enroute 1711
AAL496 KLAS KSAN Departing

Arrivals (1)

Callsign Dep Arr Status ETA
KLM635 EHAM KLAS Enroute 2235

Las Vegas 4

Arrivals (1)

Callsign Dep Arr Status ETA
AXX256 KVBG KBFL Enroute 1420

Bakersfield 1
  • Flights To/From ZLA: 18
  • Flights in ZLA Airspace: 5
  • Controller Schedule

    December 12th, 2019

    No sessions found for selected date

    VFR Part 1: How to fly over LAX

    ace primer For those who are flying VFR, make sure you're familiar with the Class B and Class C airspace in and around the area of your intended flights. You need to be in communication with the relevant approach controller before entering Class C airspace, and need to have a clearance to enter Class B airspace. For more info on VFR flying, see Marc Sykes' article here. You can also view VFR sectional and terminal charts (with the ability to zoom in as much as you need) at My Airplane.
      How to legally overfly LAX while VFR You may want to overfly Los Angeles airport enroute to your destination. If you're familiar with the Bravo airspace, and feel comfortable going around it, under it, or above it, that's certainly one way to do it.

    Your other choice is to use one of the published VFR routes specifically designed to transition the LAX area. Here they are:
      Special Flight Rules Area (SFRA) This is a corridor that does NOT require a Class B clearance. You may fly it without speaking to anyone on the radio, although you should announce your intentions on 122.80 (another freq is used in real world, but for VATSIM purposes, this will suffice). You should squawk 1201 while flying through this corridor.

    8d89f80ccd473a434fd5fb48470fd0ab1748fb5d.gif
      Hollywood Park Route This transitions just east of the airport and is available between 7000 and 10,000ft. This requires a Bravo clearance. For VATSIM purposes, contact Socal Approach (LAX_APP) on 124.50 to request this transition.


    dc5d00f04a72a66687fb9004191e59858e821b67.gif0c14e96a35e20d5b82dffadb473e21c23578e951.gifShoreline Route This takes you just west of the airport between 5500 and 6500ft. This requires a Bravo clearance. For VATSIM purposes, contact Socal Approach (LAX_APP) on 124.50 to request this transition.


    27330ca6a159e88e62072aa69ef8ba6ef46fff5d.gif6d1eeea407a4bf338a5ee8860533945c4f9fff11.gif
      Mini-route This takes you over the top of LAX at 2500ft. This requires a Bravo clearance. When northbound, contact Hawthorne Tower (HHR_TWR), or Los Angeles Tower (LAX_TWR) on 120.95 (if HHR_TWR not online) to request this transition. Southbound traffic should coordinate with SMO_TWR if online, otherwise call LAX_TWR.


    34424da7ae32e53ce0772f93d4c78d4c843d903a.gif
    a926eea9c9869e2c0907ce17d8582bfb2073bdbc.gif