What are some of the airlines that use the Burbank Airport?


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Airlines that serve the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California, include Alaska Airlines, American, Delta, US Airways, Southwest and United Airlines. Smaller airline carriers that use the Burbank Airport include Sea Port airlines and Jet Blue.

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American Airlines, Jet Blue, Sea Port, Southwest and US Airways use Terminal A. United Airlines and Delta operate from Terminal B. Alaska Airlines uses both Terminal A and Terminal B. Each airline has its own ticket counter.

Bob Hope Airport provides direct and connecting flights to various cities across the country. It offers non-stop service to New York as well as frequent non-stop trips to destinations along the West Coast. The airlines offering non-stop flights out of Burbank Airport are Southwest, Sea Port, Jet Blue, Delta, United Airlines and Alaska Airlines.

The Bob Hope airport also services cargo carriers FedEx and UPS. The airport has been open since 1930, and was opened by United Airports Company of California, Ltd. The airport consists of two intersecting runways and has 14 aircraft parking positions. It is a popular airport due to its proximity to many Hollywood attractions. Most attractions are located within a 30-minute drive from the airport. The airport offers various shuttle and taxi services.

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