The wildfires that are currently raging in the Los Angeles area have been going on for weeks. They have destroyed many homes and acres of wilderness. You might be thinking about going to Los Angeles on vacation. If this is the case, you might be concerned about your safety. There have been more than 200,000 people who have been forced to evacuate the area. Many of these people had no choice because there was a mandatory evacuation order given by local police. A state of emergency was officially declared by California governor Jerry Brown.
The reality is that it is still safe to travel to Los Angeles at the present time. There have been no messages on Twitter from the LAX airport about the wildfires. Likewise, the Long Beach Airport has not taken to social media to warn travelers about the wildfires. Therefore, it is safe to assume that you will be able to fly into the area without any problems.
It should be noted that train travel has been impacted by the wildfires. Pacific Surfline released a message on Twitter that said their service through the Los Angeles region has been stopped due to the wildfires. Therefore, people who booked tickets for rides on the train in that area will need to make alternate plans. It is unknown how long this delay in railroad travel will stay in effect. People are advised to monitor the Twitter feeds of the airline or railroad they have purchased tickets from to receive current info.