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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 Baltimore to Las Vegas 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.
11:31 am - 4:09 pmBWI-LAS
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5:01 am - 1:27 pmLAS-BWI
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$105Multiple Airlines
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Tue, Oct 10 - Tue, Oct 17
1:25 am - 6:15 amBWI-LAS
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4:01 am - 12:27 pmLAS-BWI
8h 26m1 stop
$109Spirit Airlines
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1:30 am - 5:39 amBWI-LAS
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3:35 am - 5:35 pmLAS-BWI
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$111Multiple Airlines
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Tue, Oct 10 - Tue, Oct 17
5:25 pm - 3:39 amBWI-LAS
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7:14 pm - 8:53 amLAS-BWI
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$112Spirit Airlines
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1:25 pm - 8:01 pmBWI-LAS
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6:30 am - 5:45 pmLAS-BWI
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Sat, Oct 14 - Wed, Oct 18
1:25 pm - 7:48 pmBWI-LAS
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2:37 pm - 5:45 pmLAS-BWI
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$114Multiple Airlines
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Tue, Oct 10 - Fri, Oct 13
1:25 pm - 7:29 pmBWI-LAS
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2:37 pm - 5:45 pmLAS-BWI
27h 08m1 stop
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12:30 pm - 6:46 pmBWI-LAS
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4:27 pm - 6:34 amLAS-BWI
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2:25 am - 7:15 amBWI-LAS
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7:48 pm - 10:52 amLAS-BWI
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$119Spirit Airlines
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Tue, Oct 10 - Tue, Oct 17
1:25 pm - 8:01 pmBWI-LAS
9h 36m1 stop
5:41 pm - 4:40 pmLAS-BWI
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Flight from Baltimore to Las Vegas

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Top tips for finding a cheap flight from BWI to Las Vegas

  • Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found flights on this route for $101 or less one-way and $195 or less round-trip.
  • The cheapest flight from Baltimore to Las Vegas was found 67 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 May, June and July. The cheapest month to fly is January.
  • Morning departure is around 24% more expensive than an evening flight, on average*.
  • There are several airlines that offer Baltimore to Las Vegas flights. The Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) is a hub for Southwest Airlines, which operates the majority of flights. The airline offers families with children under six to board together, making it ideal for family trips.
  • Once you arrive at BWI, you can easily get from one point to another thanks to the available shuttle service. You can board the shuttle from any of the parking stations to the next terminal within the airport. This makes it easy to navigate the busy airport and enjoy your overall departure experience.
  • If you want to break your flight to Las Vegas, you will want to consider flights with stops before McCarran International Airport (LAS). Consider flying Spirit Airlines to enjoy a layover at Los Angeles (LAX), Orlando (MCO), Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson (ATL), or Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW). Other airlines with layovers on this route include Frontier and Delta Airlines.
  • BWI Airport, officially known as the Baltimore/Washington Thurgood International Airport, is one of the three airports that serve the Baltimore/Washington cosmopolitan. The Baltimore/Washington Airport (BWI) serves as an air terminal for numerous airlines like Allegiant® Air, American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, and Delta Air Lines, among others.
  • The McCarran International Airport (LAS) serves as an air terminal for flights that come from the Baltimore-Washington Airport (BWI). The LAS McCarran airport is the main government airport that is open for public use. Located 5 miles south of downtown Las Vegas, LAS is the closest airport to the city center. It serves as a hub for airlines like Delta, Frontier, Spirit, United, and American Airways.
  • Transport to Baltimore-Washington Thurgood International Airport (BWI) is always available with most companies offering 24h services. If you opt to use public transport, you can either choose to use the bus or train services. There a few bus companies that connect all areas surrounding the airport. Train services include MARC, Amtrak, and MTA Light Rail. Train tickets average $35-$65.
  • If you arrive a few hours before your flight, you can fight boredom by engaging in a few things at the BWI Airport. You can visit the BWI Observation Gallery—adjacent to the B/C security checkpoint—which exhibits new aviation items and has equipment for children to play. Alternatively, you can view the Thurgood Marshall Gallery, which is close to the Observation Gallery. The gallery exhibits leading civil rights activists in the U.S.
  • Pick a gift for your loved one on the fly at BWI. If you have enough time on your hands, you can go shopping at one of the many shops located throughout the concourses and terminals in the airport.
*Average of the lowest prices shown in KAYAK’s search results for departures within the next 30 days

FAQs for booking flights from Baltimore to Las Vegas

  • Where can I breastfeed my child at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport?

    There are over five Mamava pods in BWI. They are conveniently located after the security and throughout the airport. The airport also hosts comfortable nursing rooms in Concourses E and A. The airport has comfortable seating and small, sheltered areas throughout the airport that are perfect spots for breastfeeding.

  • Which nearby cities can I get to from McCarran International Airport (LAS)?

    Some cities that you can easily reach from McCarran International Airport include Henderson, Boulder City, Spring Valley, Las Vegas, and Spring Valley. Both cities are easily accessible by car from McCarran International Airport to Henderson.

  • Are the Military Lounges in Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)?

    Yes, you can get a USO Lounge in BWI that serves active US military members together with their families. Members can enjoy services such as comfortable places to relax and sleep, access to the internet, food, and beverages. The BWI USO lounge is situated on the International Pier, Lower Level which is next to Baggage Claim 14.

  • Does McCarran International Airport (LAS) offer accessible services?

    Yes, LAS has only two terminals designed to be fully accessible by disabled travelers as well as those using wheelchairs. In addition, all the concourses and airport terminals have restrooms that are ADA-compliant. For wheelchair assistance, inform your airlines when booking your flight.

  • Which are some of the eco-friendly airlines on this route?

    Frontier and Southwest Airlines are some of the airlines that undertake eco-friendly flights. They have embarked on initiatives that end up reducing the big carbon footprint associated with the route. They contribute to around 28% reduction of the amount of CO₂ released on the flight route.

  • Are there children's play areas at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)?

    If you’re traveling with kids, you will be glad to note BWI has several designated areas where children can play and burn off energy before the flight. One play area is located airside near gate D, within the secure area of the airport. Another one is found at the observation Gallery, which is located landside, before the B/C security checkpoint.

  • Are there lounges in the BWI Airport?

    BWI Airport has lounges open to military personnel and the general public. The USO Lounge is for military use and doesn’t charge U.S. military members and their families. This lounge is found on the lower level, close to baggage claim 14. There is also the Club at BWI at Concourse D and Chesapeake Club Lounge located on the upper level next to the Pier Exit.

  • Is there a hotel at BWI Airport?

    If you live far and want to be closer to the airport for your flight, you are in luck. BWI’s Minute Suites are an airside micro-hotel that offers you accommodation as you wait for your flight. It features small rooms to be rented for select hours or overnight stays. You can also consider other nearby options like the Holiday Inn Baltimore BWI Airport and Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport.

  • Which airlines in BWI Airport fly to Las Vegas?

    BWI is a hub for many non-stop airlines flying within the U.S. and internationally. There are a couple of airlines that operate between BWI and LAS. You can choose from Delta Air Lines, Alaska Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Frontier Airlines, and Allegiant Airlines.

  • Are there any attractions near McCarran International Airport?

    There are a couple of interesting sights at McCarran Airport. You can take a few minutes before heading to your hotel to enjoy the amazing airport art, the aviation museum, and the virtual gallery. If these do not appeal to you, you can go shopping at the airport’s duty-free shop. You can also try a few dishes at the restaurants near the airport.

  • How long does a flight from Baltimore to Las Vegas take?

    Nonstop flights from Baltimore generally make it to Las Vegas in 5h 14m. The flying distance between the two cities is 2,099 miles.

  • How many flights are there between Baltimore and Las Vegas?

    There are 9 nonstop flights per day traveling from Baltimore to Las Vegas, for an average of 68 flights per week.

  • Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Baltimore to Las Vegas?

    The cheapest return flight ticket from Baltimore to Las Vegas found by KAYAK users in the last 72 hours was for $109 on Spirit Airlines, followed by Frontier ($113). One-way flight deals have also been found from as low as $53 on Spirit Airlines and from $55 on Frontier.

  • Do I need a passport to fly between Baltimore and Las Vegas?

    No, a passport isn't needed to fly from Baltimore to Las Vegas. However, local authorities might ask for an official ID.

  • What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly from Baltimore to Las Vegas?

    Your flight ticket price will generally be cheaper if you fly to Las Vegas on a Tuesday and more expensive on a Wednesday. On your return trip to Baltimore, you should consider flying back on a Tuesday, and avoid Mondays for better deals.

  • Which airports will I be using when flying from Baltimore to Las Vegas?

    On your way to Las Vegas, you’ll fly out from BWI. You’ll be landing at LAS.

  • What’s the earliest departure time from Baltimore to Las Vegas?

    The earliest flight leaves Baltimore at 6:15 am and lands in Las Vegas at 8:30 am.

  • What’s the latest departure time from Baltimore to Las Vegas?

    The last flight leaves Baltimore at 9:55 pm and lands in Las Vegas at 12:05 am.

  • Which airlines fly nonstop between Baltimore and Las Vegas?

    Spirit Airlines, and Southwest operate direct flights from Baltimore to Las Vegas.

  • Which airlines offer Wi-Fi service onboard planes from Baltimore to Las Vegas?

    Alaska Airlines, Delta, and American Airlines offer inflight Wi-Fi service on the Baltimore to Las Vegas flight route.

  • Which aircraft models fly most regularly from Baltimore to Las Vegas?

    The Airbus A320neo is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Baltimore to Las Vegas flight route.

  • On which days can I fly direct from Baltimore to Las Vegas?

    There are nonstop flights from Baltimore to Las Vegas on a daily basis.

  • Which is the best airline for flights from Baltimore to Las Vegas, JetBlue or Delta?

    The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Baltimore to Las Vegas are JetBlue and Delta. With an average price for the route of $365 and an overall rating of 8.1, JetBlue is the most popular choice. Delta is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of $478 and an overall rating of 7.9.

  • Which airlines have a flexible cancellation policy for flights from Baltimore to Las Vegas due to COVID-19?

    Southwest and Spirit Airlines have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from Baltimore to Las Vegas. Confirm policies on booking site.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from Baltimore to Las Vegas?

    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 Baltimore to Las Vegas.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket from Baltimore to Las Vegas?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Las Vegas from Baltimore 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 Baltimore to Las Vegas?

    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 Las Vegas with an airline and back to Baltimore with another airline. Booking your flights between Baltimore and LAS 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 Baltimore to Las Vegas?

    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 Las Vegas from Baltimore up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

Top 5 airlines serving from Baltimore to Las Vegas

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DeltaOverall score based on 29394 reviews
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Cons: "The crew was overly aggressive with mask policy enforcement. They patrolled the aisles and routine pointed at passengers directing them in a hostile manner to keep their masks on their faces, even when they were trying to eat or drink. They also threatened customers by stating it was a federal law several times. It was very uncomfortable to say the least. I will not fly delta again by choice."
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Cons: "The crew was overly aggressive with mask policy enforcement. They patrolled the aisles and routine pointed at passengers directing them in a hostile manner to keep their masks on their faces, even when they were trying to eat or drink. They also threatened customers by stating it was a federal law several times. It was very uncomfortable to say the least. I will not fly delta again by choice."
Pros: "The crew was extremely helpful and friendly!"
Cons: "The seats, overall, could have been more comfortable... I have somewhat of a backache after my trip."
Cons: "No ear plugs offered and my iPhone jack didn’t fit."
Cons: "Delayed flight planning - would have been nice to delay the flight before boarding."
Cons: "Flight was delayed almost 3 hrs. Ran out of food right before my row. I upgraded my seat but feel I got the short end of the stick."
Pros: "Just a great experience Delta is still above the rest excluding Hawaiian"
Cons: "Cant think of anything"
Cons: "After a delay of about an hour on a very full flight the gate agent asked for volunteers to check their rollaboard suitcases. The gate agents then allowed those who checked their rollaboards to board before Zone 1,which was fine. However, a bunch of people without gate check stickers on the rollaboards were also allowed to board before Zone 1, which was aggravating. There was a long delay on the tarmac, during which we had to pull back to the gate or to a maintenance area before we finally took off. When we arrived in Vegas there was no gate for us to pull into, which led to another long delay of an already long and delayed flight."
Pros: "The crew was wonderful, the flight was on time."
Cons: "But the seats are so tight that we were definitely elbow to elbow and once seated I was unable to access even the purse that was at my feet. There was no entertainment and the tray table was tiny, not even an indentation for a cup!"
Pros: "This was a much bigger plane so my comfort lever was better."
Pros: "crew was nice and pilot was informative."
Cons: "1. flight was delayed twice, which meant my arrive was delayed in Cincinnati. 2. boarding was a nightmare. After 2 delays, I was crammed into zone 4. I dont fly as often, the seats space seems to be getting smaller. 5. I sat next an overweight person. I didn't like my personal space violated. 6. The flight offer movies, I slept. Yet kept getting elbowed by this overweight neighbor. 7. I am a single, independent person. I prefer to sit near the front. First on and settled and 1st off and gone!"
Cons: "Lots of delays and sometimes confusing communications from the airlines about departure times."
Pros: "Crew did the best they could with the situation"
Cons: "An hr delay because our plane was delayed an hr due to there being too much fuel and it seems a lot of delays that were very preventable"
Pros: "Nothing"
Cons: "You were late per usual. I wouldn’t have a job if I operated like you. It would be nice if there was some accountability"
Pros: "Great crew - good attitudes."
Cons: "Delayed for an hour due to a log book issue."
Cons: "I upgraded my seats, but we still didn’t get any extras for the price."
Pros: "Basic flight. Super uncomfortable seats. Older plane. Cramped. Pilot was great. Flight smooth."
Cons: "Got there safe!"
Pros: "It was fine. Just not anything great."
Cons: "Many groups were not seated together. at the airport I asked if my husband and I could be put together . One worker seemed interested in helping, but another rudely butted in and said there "were no seats together, the flight was full." Come to find out the flight was not full, there were whole rows not full. The groups near our seats rearranged ourselves so we could be by our family members, so it worked out. No thanks to the person at the terminal. Really long walk from the gate to the plane. No food on a cross country flight. Only a few cups of water/soda and a cookie. which unfortunately is typical now days. The lights were off the whole trip. The captain kept turning on the seat belt sign for the turbulence. Which there was a lot of. But then he would announce for everyone to go back to their seats. It wasn't huge bumps, just a little rough. and it woke everyone up by announcing it multiple times."
Pros: "One of the flight attendants was nice."
Cons: "AA is now trying to save money (presumably) by doing like Delta: forcing half of us to connect in Charlotte. Unfortunately, the Charlotte airport is not ready to accommodate so many people. The airport looks like it is being renovated, which is fine, but there is no tape/cones to mark off the renovated areas from the walkways. You literally walk through dirt and construction sites. I didn't even think that was legal in the US?! Anyway, maybe it will be worth it once the renovations are complete, especially if AA is going to use it as a hub."
Pros: "Boarding was fast and smooth. The flight was great, seat was comfortable."
Cons: "The flight was delayed by an hour because one flight attended didn’t come to work on time"
Pros: "Got there safely."
Cons: "The seats are miserable small and uncomfortable. More options for snacks for the cost of the ticket!!!"
Cons: "Entertainment system did not work. Wifi did not work so could not use personal devices. Light did not work so couldn't read a book. Looking at the back of the seat in front of me for 5 hours was pretty tedious."
Pros: "Flight was smooth, attendants were great."
Cons: "I was so uncomfortable in my tiny seat. They are small and awful."
Cons: "Heading from BWI to Newark to Boston on 9/29 on United. There were delays at Newark airport which lasted about an hour, and meant that we would be super tight getting in for our connecting flight. We had been told ahead of the departure of the delayed flight that there would be someone on the ground at Newark monitoring the delayed connecting flights, in case a flight needed to be held. Well, we actually landed about 15 minutes before our connecting flight was due to take off. However, we quickly found out that not only were the gates closed early, but the flight tracker was showing the flight had actually left early. There was clearly no communication between on the ground crews, and everyone working at the airport once we landed seemed confused about the situation. By the time we got within eyeshot of our gate, the gate agents were telling us that the Boston flight was already closed. This meant that no one was even monitoring the situation for us, and that they made no effort to hold the plane for the five of us who were supposed to be on that flight. Additionally, that was the last flight to Boston from Newark, so they literally didn't give one iota of care for our situation. I had a 10am wedding to attend that next day, and even after telling the agent this information she still asked me whether I wanted to get on a 10:38am flight to Boston, which made exactly zero sense. After all of this, she ended up getting me on a flight into manchester (that flight had been delayed for 3 hours by this time, and was delayed again after I was booked on it) which landed at 1:24am, a full two hours and some change after I would have landed in Boston, and a full hour away from Boston. Luckily, my boyfriend had his car and was able to pick me up. I finally got to Boston around 2:45am. My suggestion to the airport crews is to actually communicate when you have issues like this. It wasn't our fault, but we were greatly inconvenienced and they did not make an effort to prevent the situation at all. Adding to this, our pilot for that first flight told us that the reason for the first delay was that Newark was congested with too many flights into and out of the airport. THAT is entirely their fault for not being able to properly gauge their own capacity and should not have ended up inconveniencing passengers! I end all this with an additional inconvenience- when I arrived for my flight on Sunday at 4:40am for a 5:55am flight back to DC, I was told that my return flight had been CANCELED. Somehow, in rebooking me on the flight to Manchester. So I had to spend 30 minutes on the phone with United to get that fixed at 5 in the morning and nearly missed my return flight due to crew incompetence as well."
Cons: "At the plane door, the crew had me check a carry-on bag, saying they had no more room in the plane. When we got off the plane, others were pulling two and three items out of the overhead storage compartment."
Pros: "I liked that it was on time."
Cons: "The flight attendants are rude and cranky. The plane was hot and over booked."
Pros: "Direct flight to O'Hare. On-time departure and arrival. Clean, efficient"
Cons: "No extra creature comforts."
Pros: "First of all the captain let us board early and get settled, the flight attendants were very friendly and the take off and landing were smooth, it was a great flight the seats were comfortable and the trip was short."
Pros: "The view and legroom was nice."
Cons: "I collect disability each month so I am on a very tight budget. The Spanish speaking woman that pushed my wheelchair told me that I can bring my water bottles full of water through the metal detectors. I asked if she could take me somewhere to pour them out and refill them on the other side. They threw them away at the metal detector. So I had to buy a new bottle for my medicine that I have to take. You would think she would have got it by me carrying these bottles around but nope. She actually said to me that I can give her gratuity now if I wanted. I gave her $1. She then replied in a sarcastic voice " Thankyou you are soooo generous. I don't like feeling obligated to tip somebody because I am disabled and have a bullet in my head."
Pros: "Nothing"
Cons: "United told us our plane was delayed, then they cancelled it. No one notified us, we just sat there and found out for ourselves."
Pros: "The ticket agent was very helpful and friendly."
Cons: "The boarding agent was aloof and unprofessional. Also, this is my second time flying Frontier and the plane is always late. Probably my last time flying with Frontier. At least I gave it a second chance."
Cons: "It would take little effort for the flight attendant to say which terminal the baggage claim is. If she can say the carousel number, she can say the terminal number. Half the flight went to the wrong baggage claim and had to wait in the heat for the shuttle in order to get to the right one."
Pros: "Had to cancel due to the mass murder shooting in LAS and Frontier would not give me a full refund. Only a flight credit which I probably won’t be able to use"
Cons: "I have not been on such a miserable flight in years."
Cons: "First the seats are the most uncomfortable metal chairs wrapped with material I've ever sat in. A 20 minute flight I could handle but after four hour flight my back hurt. You ask to review entertainment and food...why? You offer nothing substantial for either one."
Pros: "Price of flight"
Cons: "Freezing cold, food selections, price of food for quantity you get, no blankets, leg space horrible, charging for upgraded leg room seats when seats were open, only giving ppl 30 seconds to move to a an empty free seat at no chrg, plane was not clean at all in bathrooms-disgusting: walls filthy, counters dirty and grimy, door & floors filthy, soap dispenser unsanitary, crew comments|conversations about travelers, should start boarding from the bk of the plane forward"
Pros: "Awful. The ground crew and the plan crew were not in-sinc. The jet way was a least 10 inches below the plane door. The stewards crowd was surley. The plane was late leaving for unknown reasons. The whole passenger group was held up waiting on the two person clean up crew to empty the trash. No one seemed to care about the passengers."
Pros: "nothing"
Cons: "Terrible seating, small and cramped. I'm an average size guy 5'-10" 165lbs and the seats were awful, no padding, no leg room, don't recline, narrow metal arm rests. I left the plane with a sore back, leg cramps and total discomfort. never flying Frontier again!"
Pros: "Cheap rate but hidden fees."
Cons: "They charge for both carry on and checked in luggage. And it's even more for carry on than for checked luggage. No recline whatsoever in seats. If you want a soda or snack, you have to pay extra for it."
Cons: "After a 7+ hour delay, our flight from Nashville to Las Vegas was cancelled. The worst part about this was that nobody from Frontier would tell us anything. We only knew what we could find out online. Once security from the airport confirmed that our flight had been cancelled, the Frontier employee passed out an 800 number for us to call to either rebook or process a refund. Once connected, the employee offered to either refund me a total of $68.10 or rebook me on the next flight out... 3 days later. They offered no compensation for having to stay extra days nor would they offer to book on another airline. I ended up asking for a refund from an irritated and rude employee and had to pay over $600 just to return home."
Pros: "No delays"
Cons: "The seats didn't have enough cushion. The flight attendant never asked me if I wanted anything. Completely ignored me and the lady sitting by the window."
Pros: "The flight times"
Cons: "Paying extra for seats in a plane. No snacks for free. No leg room for average person. Small aisles, no reclining seats!"
Pros: "The experience was awesome."
Cons: "Some of the check in staff was too much in a hurry so it seemed like they had an attitude. Other than that, everything was smooth and awesome."
Pros: "The plane itself was in great condition."
Cons: "I had to make a change and tried to make the change online. After an hour trying to make the change, it would not let me get past the “select your seat” screen. I called Spirit and after being on hold for 40 min, was told that it would cost me $580 to make the change, opposed to the $80 it would cost me online. I explained to her that I wasn’t able to make the change online because the website would not allow me to. This is the worst airline in the industry! Horrible customer service!!! Can’t believe they charge for water on the plane. The seats were the most uncomfortable and smallest that I’ve ever sat in. NEVER AGAIN!"
Pros: "More leg room than I expected. Crew was very friendly and accommodating."
Pros: "Seats were comfortable. Service was good and. Friendly. Full on-time performance."
Pros: "Upbeat and jovial flight attendants."
Cons: "Very little room but I expected this on a discount airline"
Cons: "Every flight was delayed. My first one by just a little. My flight home was delayed so much that I had to spend another night here and now my flight that they rebooked me on is over an hour delayed... The inconvenience of the situation is beyond tolerance. So extremely frustrated."
Cons: "Stuck on the tarmac 1 hour after the flight arrived late."
Cons: "Be careful with spirit airlines. The initial price may look good. But they charge for everything, seat charge, carry on luggage and drinks. The seats are very close together and don't recline. Cheap but not so cheerful in the end"

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