From Train to Plane

Ride Metrolink's Antelope Valley Line to and from Hollywood Burbank Airport and Enjoy Complimentary Shuttle Service!

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It’s Plane & Simple!

With direct access to Metrolink’s Antelope Valley (AV) train line, Hollywood Burbank Airport is truly Southern California’s most convenient airport. The benefits of taking the train to the Airport is not just about convenience; it’s also the greener choice. Metrolink is the largest commuter rail operator in the state, carrying passengers over 2.8M miles, reducing 8.7M car trips, and eliminating over 110K metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions annually. Traveling by train to plane, and vice versa, is the environmentally friendly choice that we hope all travelers will embrace.


Airport Shuttle

Complimentary on-demand shuttle service between the Burbank Airport North Metrolink Station and Hollywood Burbank Airport is available seven days a week, 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Upon arriving at the train station, call SP+ at (818) 729-2245 for your ride to the Airport. Upon arrival at the Airport, travelers can call the same number and proceed to the Valet pick-up area. Signage is posted at both locations.

Burbank Airport – North (AV Line)

Located less than five minutes from Hollywood Burbank Airport and featuring complimentary on-demand shuttle service, the Burbank Airport – North station is the easiest way to get to and from your destination. Located only a mile away, the station relieves travelers from having to schedule airport shuttles or pay a premium for taxi or rideshare services. Simply call SP+ at (818) 729-2245 when you arrive for a ride to the Airport.

Click on either the Metrolink or Hollywood Burbank Airport logos on the interactive map to for location or contact information. Additionally, users can zoom in and out to see all of Metrolink’s lines and connections.

Antelope Valley Line
Inland Empire – Orange County Line
Orange County Line
Riverside Line
San Bernardino Line
Ventura County Line
91/Perris Valley Line

Click here for info re: the FAA's environmental assessment (EA) of proposed amendments to two existing departure procedures at BUR.