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Here are some of the best deals found on KAYAK recently from the most popular airlines for round-trip flights from Austin to Los Angeles that are departing in the next months. While these flights were available on KAYAK in the last 72 hours, prices and availability are subject to change and deals may expire.
8:49 am - 9:12 amAUS-LAX
3h 23mnonstop
6:55 am - 9:57 amLAX-AUS
3h 02mnonstop
$65Spirit Airlines
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Wed, Nov 8 - Sun, Nov 12
1:00 pm - 7:55 pmAUS-LAX
9h 55m1 stop
6:25 pm - 6:58 amLAX-AUS
12h 33m1 stop
$68Spirit Airlines
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Sat, Oct 21 - Mon, Oct 23
6:09 pm - 3:49 amAUS-LAX
12h 40m1 stop
3:05 pm - 4:46 amLAX-AUS
13h 41m1 stop
$69Spirit Airlines
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Wed, Oct 18 - Wed, Oct 25
7:31 pm - 1:18 amAUS-LAX
8h 47m1 stop
11:33 am - 2:35 pmLAX-AUS
3h 02mnonstop
$93Multiple Airlines
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Thu, Nov 2 - Fri, Nov 3
6:00 pm - 1:18 amAUS-LAX
10h 18m1 stop
2:08 am - 9:08 amLAX-AUS
7h 00m1 stop
$102Multiple Airlines
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Thu, Oct 19 - Sat, Nov 11
3:32 am - 3:57 amAUS-LAX
3h 25mnonstop
2:00 am - 5:10 amLAX-AUS
3h 10mnonstop
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Thu, Oct 12 - Sun, Oct 15
3:19 am - 3:38 amAUS-LAX
3h 19mnonstop
9:14 pm - 2:17 amLAX-AUS
5h 03m1 stop
$179American Airlines
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Wed, Oct 18 - Tue, Oct 24
2:10 am - 2:32 amAUS-LAX
3h 22mnonstop
9:22 am - 12:15 pmLAX-AUS
2h 53mnonstop
$198American Airlines
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Sat, Dec 16 - Sun, Dec 17
2:59 pm - 3:31 pmAUS-LAX
3h 32mnonstop
9:45 am - 12:35 pmLAX-AUS
2h 50mnonstop
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Sat, Dec 16 - Thu, Jan 11
3:48 pm - 6:15 pmAUS-LAX
5h 27m1 stop
8:55 pm - 2:39 amLAX-AUS
5h 44m1 stop
$202United Airlines
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Top tips for finding a cheap flight from AUS to Los Angeles

  • Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found flights on this route for $89 or less one-way and $153 or less round-trip.
  • The cheapest flight from Austin to Los Angeles was found 89 days before departure, on average.
  • Book at least 2 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price.
  • High season is considered to be June, July and August. The cheapest month to fly is February.
  • Morning departure is around 16% more expensive than an evening flight, on average*.
  • Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has instituted an animal therapy program tailored for anxious commuters. The Pets Unstressing Program (PUPs) entails dogs donning red “Pet Me” vests, as well as handlers, who roam the terminals' departure levels providing airport information and comfort to departing passengers.
  • If you are going to Los Angeles from Austin with your pet, you will appreciate that AUS is pet-friendly. The airline hub has a post-security animal relief area near Gate 9. Other relief areas are outside at the parking garage, lower level.
  • Some flights from Los Angeles to Austin have layovers. Common stopover destinations include Harry Reid International Airport (LAS), Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), and Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (PHX).
  • Most flights out of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) use the main passenger terminal, called the Barbara Jordan Terminal. The smaller, remote South Terminal is in a separate building and only serves Allegiant Air and Frontier Airlines.
  • Looking for a rideshare service to get you to Austin-Bergstrom Airport? Lyft, Uber, and Wingz are the Austin-area companies that provide regular service to the airport.
  • Getting to Austin Airport from downtown Austin is cheap and easy with the Route 20 Capital Metro bus, which runs about every 15min during the day, every day. The ride from downtown only takes about 35min and costs about $1.25 one way.
  • Austin Airport features live music most days on the airport’s main stage near Gate 19. There are also live solo performances on Thursday afternoons at the 24 Diner near Gate 11. The schedule of performances is available at the Visitor Information Center near Gate 13.
  • If you’re taking a rideshare service from Los Angeles Airport, you’ll need to meet your ride at the LAX-it parking lot located near Terminal 1. You can walk or take the free shuttle bus to the LAX-it lot, where your Taxi, Lyft, Opoli or Uber driver will be waiting for you.
*Average of the lowest prices shown in KAYAK’s search results for departures within the next 30 days

FAQs for booking flights from Austin to Los Angeles

  • Where is the car rental center at the destination airport?

    Since car rental agencies have no on-site counters at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), you will need to use an airport shuttle to the car rental centers. Make your way to the lower level of the arrivals area and exit from baggage claim. Car rental shuttles for agencies like Budget and Hertz will pick you up from the middle island with a purple sign displaying “Car Rental Shuttles.”

  • What are some good hotels near Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)?

    Book a room at a hotel close to AUS to avoid delays before embarking on your Los Angeles trip. Hotels like Hampton Inn & Suites Austin-Airport, Quality Inn & Suites, Hyatt Place Austin Airport, and Hilton Austin Airport are a stone's throw away from the airline hub and have airport drop-off shuttles.

  • Where can I lounge at the airport in Los Angeles?

    If you want an idyllic refuge from the hustle and bustle of LAX, proceed to the airport's lounges. These include the American Airlines lounge opposite Gate 22, Delta Sky Club in the main terminal close to Gates 2 and 4, and the United Club lounge on the mezzanine Level. Admittance is through their respective airline tickets, lounge access, or paying at the door.

  • What airlines on this route are environmentally responsible?

    Approximately 2,011 lbs. of carbon are released on trips from Austin to Los Angeles, and direct flights are more sustainable than layover flights. Eco-savvy travelers should know that American Airlines, Southwest, and United Airlines are the eco-friendliest airlines serving this route, and they release 30%, 28%, and 21%  less carbon, respectively.

  • Does AUS offer accessible services for commuters with special needs?

    Yes. Accessible amenities and support services for those with restricted mobility are front and center at AUS. In addition to the Sunflower Program for those with invisible disabilities like dementia, AUS has an accessible tram for ground transportation. Lavatories and the parking lot are wheelchair accessible.

  • What are the interterminal transfer options at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)?

    The airport in Los Angeles features 146 gates within its nine passenger terminals, and a courtesy shuttle service is offered for interterminal transfers. These shuttles also serve LAX City Bus Centre, the Metro C line, and the Economy Parking Lot at the airline hub. Shuttles run every 10 minutes via the A route and are at the arrivals/lower level islands.

  • What VIP Lounges are available to passengers flying out of Austin Airport to Los Angeles?

    There are four VIP Lounges available to members flying out of Austin Airport, all of which are located after security. On the Mezzanine level are the United Club and the American Airlines Admirals Club. In the departures level, the United Club is near Gate 22 and the Delta Sky Club is located near Gate 4.

  • Can I fly nonstop from Austin-Bergstrom (AUS) to Los Angeles (LAX)?

    There are many options for nonstop flights from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Some of the airlines offering nonstop service between these airports are American Airlines, jetBlue, Alaska Airlines, Southwest, United Airlines, and Delta.

  • What parking options are available for the main terminal of the Austin Airport (AUS)?

    There are three parking options for passengers flying out of the main terminal of the Austin Airport. At about $8 per day, the Economy Parking lot is the cheapest option; this lot is connected to the terminal by a free shuttle bus service. Parking in the Blue Garage only costs a little more (it’s about $10 per day), but you’re just a short walk from the main terminal. The Red Garage is the most expensive option at about $20 per day, but this parking lot provides direct access to the airline check-in counters.

  • Can I get from Los Angeles Airport (LAX) to downtown LA using public transportation?

    The LAX FlyAway bus provides nonstop service from the airport to LA’s Union Station. This bus runs every 30min and only costs about $9.75 one way (kids 5 and under can ride free with an adult). If you’re planning to ride the Metro into LA, you can take the airport’s free “G” shuttle bus to the Aviation / LAX Station, where you can pick up a C Line train to your destination in the city.

  • How long does a flight from Austin to Los Angeles take?

    Nonstop flights from Austin generally make it to Los Angeles in 3h 19m. The flying distance between the two cities is 1,238 miles.

  • How many flights are there between Austin and Los Angeles?

    In normal times, a total of 1,005 direct flights connect Austin to Los Angeles weekly. On average, there are 143 departures per day.

  • Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Austin to Los Angeles?

    In the last 72 hours, the cheapest one-way ticket from Austin to Los Angeles found on KAYAK was with Spirit Airlines for $34. Spirit Airlines proposed a round-trip connection from $65 and Delta from $178.

  • Do I need a passport to fly between Austin and Los Angeles?

    A passport is not required to fly from Austin to Los Angeles.

  • What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly from Austin to Los Angeles?

    If you are looking for a flight deal from Austin to Los Angeles, look for departures on Wednesdays and avoid leaving on a Thursday, as it's usually the priciest day. When flying back from Los Angeles, Tuesday is the cheapest day to fly and Wednesday is the most expensive.

  • Which airports will I be using when flying from Austin to Los Angeles?

    Austin airport is called Austin Bergstrom AUS and the only airport in Los Angeles is Los Angeles LAX.

  • What’s the earliest departure time from Austin to Los Angeles?

    The earliest flight leaves Austin at 6:00 am and lands in Los Angeles at 7:15 am.

  • What’s the latest departure time from Austin to Los Angeles?

    The last flight leaves Austin at 10:05 pm and lands in Los Angeles at 11:29 pm.

  • Which airlines fly nonstop between Austin and Los Angeles?

    All the following airlines operate direct flights between Austin and Los Angeles: American Airlines, Air France, Aeromexico, Alaska Airlines, China Airlines, Delta, Fiji Airways, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, KLM, LATAM Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, China Eastern, Spirit Airlines, Air New Zealand, Qantas Airways, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Air Tahiti Nui, United Airlines, Virgin Australia, Virgin Atlantic, Southwest, and WestJet.

  • Which airlines offer Wi-Fi service onboard planes from Austin to Los Angeles?

    American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Delta, and Cape Air offer inflight Wi-Fi service on the Austin to Los Angeles flight route.

  • Which aircraft models fly most regularly from Austin to Los Angeles?

    The Boeing 737-800 is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Austin to Los Angeles flight route.

  • Which airline alliances offer flights from Austin to Los Angeles?

    oneworld, SkyTeam, and Star Alliance are the airline alliances operating flights between Austin and Los Angeles, with SkyTeam being the most commonly used for this route.

  • On which days can I fly direct from Austin to Los Angeles?

    There are nonstop flights from Austin to Los Angeles on a daily basis.

  • Which is the best airline for flights from Austin to Los Angeles, Alaska Airlines or Delta?

    The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Austin to Los Angeles are Alaska Airlines and Delta. With an average price for the route of $211 and an overall rating of 8.3, Alaska Airlines is the most popular choice. Delta is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of $208 and an overall rating of 7.9.

  • Which airlines have a flexible cancellation policy for flights from Austin to Los Angeles due to COVID-19?

    Delta, Virgin Atlantic and Southwest have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from Austin to Los Angeles. Confirm policies on booking site.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from Austin to Los Angeles?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Austin to Los Angeles.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket from Austin to Los Angeles?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Los Angeles from Austin is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights from Austin to Los Angeles?

    Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to Los Angeles with an airline and back to Austin with another airline. Booking your flights between Austin and LAX can sometimes prove cheaper using this method.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight from Austin to Los Angeles?

    Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Los Angeles from Austin up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

Top 5 airlines serving from Austin to Los Angeles

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Alaska AirlinesOverall score based on 29451 reviews
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Pros: "Seat was great. Nice they kept the Virgin size seating"
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Pros: "Seat was great. Nice they kept the Virgin size seating"
Pros: "It was a quiet early morning flight that went smoothly."
Cons: "There could have been more leg room provided for the aisle seat passenger."
Pros: "The crew was very attentive and caring. While I worried I wasn’t going to get a seat, the staff reassured me if you paid for a ticket, you’ll have a seat."
Cons: "Great flight and their service was great. Looking forward to my next flight with them."
Cons: "My flight was cancelled and instead of getting a cancellation notice, I received a “your flight has been updated” email which indicated that my flight was changed from Wednesday to Friday. Unacceptable!!!"
Pros: "I dont like there service."
Cons: "Alaska airlines did not provide assistance and I requested to assist to re check in my baggage. I did not receive any assistance to the airlines staff. This is horrible service and not happy to the alaska airlines."
Cons: "Paid for and reserved a premium seat 6 weeks before flight but got reassigned to a non-premium seat upon check-in. I had to call customer care for a refund of the premium upgrade. No more live TV unlike the old Virgin America."
Pros: "Being in the service industry I completely understand how important customer service is! Alaskan airlines have asked their staff to use the customers name as much as possible. It was great to see that when I was borning my name was used. This was not an ordinary monotone thank you that every single person gets. The “ Have a nice flight and Thank you for flying with us”, was cheerful and upbeat and I was greeted with a smile. During my flight the customers names were used as they were asking to take orders as well as passing out food as though you were known person to them. I am not a regular flyer, I did not use my credit card, the fact that they used my name means Alaskan has a trick to the trade that others don’t.. I am not a regular flyer, I did not use my credit card, my flight attendants knew my name. What an amazing experience."
Pros: "Movies were free"
Cons: "We were delayed for over three hours, then food was delayed after we not eating for hours and hours. The seats are the smallest seats I’ve ever sat in on a plane. Can barely fit a small carry on sized bag under the seat in front of me. Ran out of food less than half way through the flight. Offered zero compensation."
Pros: "Crew was very attentive and friendly yet they give you your space. I know there is no personal space in an aircraft however it felt like it. Great job."
Cons: "We were seated near the back of the airplane. The heater came on midway of the flight, by the time we landed, it was difficult to breathe because it was so hot. The flight attendant all relocated from the back of aircraft to the front aircraft where it was cooler, I assume. I was worried for my son."
Pros: "The crew was pleasant and professional. The on-board entertainment was excellent and the seats were actually comfortable. I was provided the option to use any restroom by the crew without regard to my seating location."
Cons: "Nothing comes to mind."
Pros: "I have used Delta long time. Used to be really bad. Today. Good good."
Cons: "Free beer"
Cons: "Delaying a flight by 2 hours for crew issues is ridiculous and even more do not alerting me to the change before I was at the airport. Terrible"
Pros: "It was Ok. Some short delay but over all not too bad. Just didn't like the fact I always get seats next to the toilet"
Pros: "Flying and going fast, plus the people are kool too."
Cons: "That it was a short trip."
Pros: "Delta is professional and safe. The best fares ever."
Cons: "Lack of food/snack choices. Seem like a shortage on ice."
Pros: "I, as a tall man, was allowed to move into an exit row with no additional charge. The flights were not full."
Pros: "love that each seat now has a USB connection to charge your phone"
Cons: "headphone jack to watch movies shorted in and out constantly"
Pros: "Delta personel were wonderful and helpful both flights"
Cons: "Flights were continually changed both on route to Cancun and on the way back"

We were an hour delayed. When we arrived at LAX we La fed I. The international terminal which was about a twenty minute walk to the baggage claim. I was walking with a few passengers and we couldn’t believe what we had to go through to retrieve our bags. With the delay and the long walk to baggage claim I ended up being late for work.

Cons: "I've tried to respond twice now with a long detailed answer only to get booted out of the page. In short you and are criminals that ripped me off for over 430 dollars U.S. will never use you again"
Cons: "Limited legroom is a problem. Otherwise, the flight was fine."
Pros: "Getting home EVENTUALLY"
Cons: "10 minutes after leaving Austin the pilot tellsnus Houston air traffic control is grounding all westbound flights due to a storm in Dallas that's causing too much congestion. So we sa on the Tarmac for 90 minutes. I have a difficult time believing this situation was a surprise. Possibly it was just to free up the gate and not have to go through reboarding. Also leg room is getting reduced to 28 inches. I'm 5"11 and cramped. How is JetBlue better than American? How much will these airlines continue to bend us over. I didn't even take the screaming infant into account.... since it's not AA's fault for letting that baby on board."
Pros: "We arrived safely The seats were comfortable We were on time"
Cons: "1) American's boarding process seems to be driven by ticket price and nothing else. Every other airline I've been with boards families with small children first. It lets those families and get on board and get setup so that they don't block aisle access for everyone else. American seems to board based on how expensive your ticket was. So, the aisles get blocked and boarding takes forever. 2) The cabin crew gave pretty apathetic service. When our baby threw up on us, they just told us to go clean ourselves up in the bathrooms. They gave us a can of soda water to help clean up, but that was about it. 3) When my wife asked if the bread was dairy free (for our baby with a dairy allergy), the staff's response was to turn to another staff member and ask them, "Do you want to go back and research that?" In the end they just told us they didn't have time to look it up."
Pros: "nothing"
Cons: "westjet delayed my flight once again, so I was stuck in the LAX airport for 5 hours"
Cons: "We are letting too many people with the flu, travel. This in turn is spreading it to other places and getting too many people sick. We need to control this more. I don’t have an option after spending all this money on if I can stay healthy or not, and that is not ok."
Pros: "We missed this flight."
Cons: "Background info: we flew from Dublin to Toronto (Aer Lingus) and we were supposed to fly Toronto to Los Angeles on American Airlines; however, we had a British Airways flight number for both of these flights. We missed our connecting flight in Toronto with American Airlines (we had a 2 hour layover) despite landing on-time (de-boarded a few minutes late). I suggest avoiding the Toronto airport ALWAYS as every passenger must pick up his/her luggage even if you have a connecting flight, and then re-check the baggage with the next flight. Apparently the baggage handlers were on strike and some of the customs agents as well which added to the delays. Well, after going through Canadian customs and picking up our luggage (which took quite awhile) we arrived at the American Airlines ticketing kiosk about 45 minutes before our flight. The computer told us we were too late for this flight and to see a representative. We proceeded to wait in line for an American Airlines representative only to be told this was Aer Lingus' fault (we had just flown with them); even though we had a BA flight number.. After searching for an Aer Lingus representative we were finally told they were probably all on the Aer Lingus flight that was currently about to leave. An Aer Lingus representative was paged to the ticketing counter (took well over 30 minutes for anyone to show up) and what proceeded was an argument (for well over an hour) between British Airways and Aer Lingus representatives about whose responsibility it was to re-book us. After an hour at least of poor customer service, we were finally rebooked by British Airways on the last flight to LAX (on Air Canada). Moral of the story: avoid Toronto and fly direct."
Pros: "The boarding process was easy and the crew was great."
Cons: "Other passengers were annoying. One guy was listening to a baseball game on his phone at full volume on the plane during boarding. Another kept hitting the back of my seat playing a game on the entertainment system. And a flight attendant let a guy stay on his phone, while we taxied for takeoff, having the douchiest conversation in history."
Pros: "Boarding was fast!"
Cons: "The staff was not great! When I had just arrived to the gate, they had already called group 5 so I went up and presented my boarding pass and the crew made a facial expression of annoyance since group 5 was called and they were boarding group 7. When I entered the plane, one of the staff just looked at me twice without saying hello back. I said it twice and the same lady gave me a cold goodbye when I was leaving the plane. There was no entertainment!!!! Also, no plug to charge my phone that I had to wait to charge my phone after getting my bags to contact a taxi driver (Lyft)."
Pros: "Very organized"
Cons: "No issues, I found value for the amount I paid for my flight"
Pros: "They check in lady was wonderful."
Cons: "In flight entertainment kept getting disconnected. Stewardess serving drinks seemed a bit cranky."
Cons: "Service for people not able to sleep on the long haul"
Pros: "We liked the crew, they were helpful."
Cons: "We did not like the video on the United flight that used the app. We were not told about this until it was too late and the instructions were not good for how to get the app--they were misleading. I had to go to the app store, not the United website. Also, our seats were changed without our knowledge and the flight description for the flight from Austin to Washington, DC, specified complimentary lunch and there was no lunch unless you wanted to buy it. This should be more clear, so that I can bring my own lunch if there will be none provided."
Pros: "I must say I was happy with the comfortable seats and easy check in. Also found it to be a little more spacious than other airlines. Helpful and friendly crew."
Cons: "However, there was a 2 hour delay for "maintenance" on my way to my destination. Then, on my returning flight, there was another 1 hour delay. I understand it happens here and there, but I got held up both ways. Just thought I'd mention this."
Cons: "One member of the crew was rude, advise if you dislike your job quit and find another!"
Pros: "Airline attendants were friendly and attentive."
Cons: "I sat in a window seat, yet had no window. I travelled with two other people, and none of us were able to sit together. The seats were more cramped than any other plane I had been on. The light above me was not even strong enough to illuminate the words of the book I was reading, so thankfully there was still some sunshine. There was also no in air entertainment, which I feel like is usually a standard on most planes nowadays."
Pros: "The flight was delayed, but once I got on I had a great flight!"
Pros: "First time in a plane and it was the smoothest ride"
Pros: "Nothing."
Cons: "The flight was delayed for 4 hours and when I checked in the agents at the front desk offered me a $10 meal voucher to restaurants that were already closed, so it was basically useless. I had to walk to opposite end of the airport just to find something open. My seat and surrounding area were filthy. There was hard, crunchy food on the floor, the tray was sticky and the seat 'cushion' was rock hard. Being that I have a preexisting lower-back condition, sitting in that seat was horrible. When I asked a flight attendant for a wet rag to wipe the tray off they told me I could just switch seats and showed that they didn't care. Basically, it was a disappointing end to a great trip."
Cons: "No Covid 19 safety. No one was wearing masks. Staff didn’t stop anyone from taking them off. And the flight was packed."
Pros: "It was cheap, and direct flight. There were no delays."
Cons: "Spirit is a terrible airline. Paying $45 each way to check a backpack is ridiculous."
Pros: "If you’re traveling light and you understand their fees, it’s easily the cheapest flight you can get. Maybe not the best airline for all your travel needs, but awesome for a quick weekend."
Cons: "we Had more space as far as seating on our way out but our flight back seemed like a tighter squeeze. But every thing else was good."
Pros: "It had some space"
Cons: "I did not like Paying $47 for a little tiny carry on"
Pros: "Friendliness On time"
Cons: "Seats offer too little was not good compared to that served on competitors carriers."
Pros: "The airport, before I got onto my flight. I'm glad spirit allowed me extra time to spend in the airport after the flight was delayed. Surprise."
Cons: "All of it. What was advertised: cheap seats and you pay for everything (checked bag and even WATER). What wasn't advertised (or was, in flight): for fifteen+ minutes the crew was selling a spirit credit card over the intercom. BLARING IT. It woke me up. Why sell more things where your prospective customers can't escape listening to the sales pitch? Terrible terrible business."
Cons: "Seats did not recline ( the whole plane - not just exit rows). All the extra charges for EVERYTHING were ridiculous, especially as you are not informed of any of them before booking. I'll not fly Spirit again."
Pros: "Price"
Cons: "With Spirit airlines, I paid $57 for a carry on bag... They even charged for water... $18 to pick your seat or let them randomly pick your seat. Theres was I see now why the ticket, was cheap, because you pay for EVERYTHING else... And I do mean EVERYTHING! I normally fly with United, but I found this cheap ticket and got baited in. NEVER AGAIN!!!! Ill pay the extra money for comfort on a 5 hr flight. NEVER AGAIN SPIRIT!!!"

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