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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 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.
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8:10 pm - 7:18 amBWI-LAX
14h 08m1 stop
12:59 pm - 9:02 pmLAX-BWI
5h 03mnonstop
$87Spirit Airlines
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Mon, Sep 30 - Tue, Oct 1
9:33 am - 12:09 pmBWI-LAX
5h 36mnonstop
12:59 pm - 9:02 pmLAX-BWI
5h 03mnonstop
$125Spirit Airlines
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Tue, Sep 10 - Wed, Sep 11
8:01 pm - 7:19 pmBWI-LAX
26h 18m1 stop
12:10 am - 8:13 amLAX-BWI
5h 03mnonstop
$129Spirit Airlines
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Mon, Aug 26 - Tue, Aug 27
6:02 am - 8:30 amBWI-LAX
5h 28mnonstop
9:49 am - 5:55 pmLAX-BWI
5h 06mnonstop
$137United Airlines
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Sat, Sep 14 - Sat, Sep 21
4:59 pm - 10:15 pmBWI-LAX
8h 16m1 stop
8:41 am - 4:47 pmLAX-BWI
5h 06mnonstop
$152United Airlines
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Wed, Aug 14 - Tue, Aug 27
12:15 pm - 5:04 pmBWI-LAX
7h 49m1 stop
10:45 pm - 11:26 amLAX-BWI
9h 41m1 stop
$176American Airlines
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Sat, Sep 14 - Mon, Sep 16
1:00 pm - 9:39 pmBWI-LAX
11h 39m1 stop
10:30 pm - 10:18 amLAX-BWI
8h 48m1 stop
$180Frontier
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Thu, Aug 15 - Tue, Aug 20
1:03 pm - 8:40 pmBWI-LAX
10h 37m1 stop
10:30 pm - 10:18 amLAX-BWI
8h 48m1 stop
$196Frontier
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Mon, Sep 30 - Tue, Oct 1
6:00 am - 9:49 amBWI-LAX
6h 49m1 stop
2:27 pm - 12:37 amLAX-BWI
7h 10m1 stop
$256Delta
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Sun, Aug 11 - Mon, Aug 19
12:08 pm - 4:42 pmBWI-LAX
7h 34m1 stop
12:35 am - 10:30 amLAX-BWI
6h 55m1 stop
$266Delta
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Flights from Baltimore to Los Angeles - Travel Insights & Trends

Get data-powered insights and trends into flights from Baltimore to Los Angeles to help you find the cheapest flights, the best time to fly and much more.

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

The average price of all flights from Baltimore to Los Angeles clicked on KAYAK for each day over the last 12 months.
For Baltimore to Los Angeles, Tuesday is the cheapest day to fly on average and Monday is the most expensive. Flying from Los Angeles back to Baltimore, the best deals are generally found on Thursday, with Sunday being the most expensive.

What is the cheapest month to fly from Baltimore to Los Angeles?

To calculate monthly average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each month over the last year for flights from Baltimore to Los Angeles, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the median of all values for each month.
The cheapest month for flights from Baltimore to Los Angeles is September, where tickets cost $256 on average. On the other hand, the most expensive months are December and June, where the average cost of tickets is $443 and $419 respectively.

How far in advance should I book a flight from Baltimore to Los Angeles?

To calculate daily average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each day before departure over the last year for flights from Baltimore to Los Angeles, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the average of all the values for each month.
To get a below average price on the flight from Baltimore to Los Angeles, you should book around 2 weeks before departure. For the absolute cheapest price, our data suggests you should book 30 days before departure.

Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Baltimore to Los Angeles?

The cheapest price for the route for each airline clicked by KAYAK users in the last 72 hours.
In the past 3 days, the cheapest one-way tickets to Los Angeles from Baltimore were found on Spirit Airlines ($63) and Frontier ($90), and the lowest round-trip tickets were found on Spirit Airlines ($87) and United Airlines ($137).

Which airlines fly most frequently between Baltimore and Los Angeles?

Southwest (4 flights per day), United Airlines (3 flights per day), and Spirit Airlines (2 flights per day) are the most frequent flyers of this route.

Which airlines fly non-stop between Baltimore and Los Angeles?

Airline and price data is aggregated from results in KAYAK’s search results from the last 2 weeks for flights from Baltimore to Los Angeles.
There are 3 airlines that fly nonstop from Baltimore to Los Angeles. They are: Southwest, Spirit Airlines and United Airlines. The cheapest price of all airlines flying this route was found with Spirit Airlines at $100 for a one-way flight. On average, the best prices for this route can be found at Spirit Airlines.

How many flights are there between Baltimore and Los Angeles per day?

Each day, there are between 8 and 12 nonstop flights that take off from Baltimore and land in Los Angeles, with an average flight time of 5h 26m. The most common departure time is 6:00 am and most flights take off in the morning. Each week, there are 69 flights. The most frequent day of departure is Friday, when 17% of all weekly flights depart. The fewest flights depart on a Sunday.

Which cabin class options are there for flights between Baltimore and Los Angeles?

The average price of flights for each cabin class for the route found by users searching on KAYAK over the last 2 weeks.
There are 4 cabin class options for the route. These are First, Business, Economy and Prem Economy. Perform a search on KAYAK to find the latest prices and availability for all cabin fares, which differ across airlines.

How long does a flight from Baltimore to Los Angeles take?

Direct flights cover the 2,322 miles separating Baltimore to Los Angeles in about 5h 20m.

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

Early birds can take the earliest flight from Baltimore at 6:10 am and will be landing in Los Angeles at 8:35 am.

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

If you prefer to fly at night, the latest flight from Baltimore to Los Angeles jets off at 11:53 pm and lands at 2:27 am.

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January

High season

August

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$63
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FAQs for booking flights from Baltimore to Los Angeles

  • What amenities are available for travelers with limited mobility at Baltimore Marshall Airport?

    Baltimore Marshall Airport provides a complimentary shuttle service with wheelchair lifts and parking spaces for travelers with limited mobility. The airport also offers accessible restrooms and a TSA checkpoint that is specifically intended for travelers with limited mobility and has a dedicated screening lane and an accessible metal detector that passengers just walk through.

  • Are there nursing stations at Baltimore Marshall Airport?

    Yes, BWI provides breastfeeding stations for traveling mothers. They can be found all across the Upper Level, notably on the landside close to the C Gates entry and on the airside at gates A6, B2, C7, D2, and D16. These stations are made to give nursing mothers a cozy place to pump or nurse befoe boarding their flight.

  • Where can I relax at Baltimore Marshall Airport (BWI) as I await departure?

    There is a meditation area at BWI in Concourse E. The meditation area provides guests with a tranquil, quiet setting in which to unwind, think, and meditate. The space has a peaceful environment, plush chairs, and gentle lighting. It is accessible all throughout the day.

  • Can I rent a car at Los Angeles Airport (LAX)?

    Yes, you can rent a car at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Many car rental companies have locations at the airport, such as Enterprise, Hertz, Budget, Fox, and Avis. The car rental offices at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) are located away from the main building near the parking lot marked C.

  • What business facilities are available at Los Angeles Airport (LAX)?

    LAX offers a variety of business facilities and services. These include cell phone rentals, fax and photocopy services, Wi-Fi, internet kiosks, and a 24-hour business center. In addition, there are airport lounges available for travelers looking for a comfortable and quiet place to work or relax.

  • Which nearby cities can I get to from Los Angeles Airport?

    Some of the nearby cities you can get to from LAX include El Segundo, Lennox, Inglewood, Hawthorne, Manhattan Beach, Lawndale, Culver City, and Downtown Los Angeles. The airport also offers transit options to other nearby cities via numerous bus lines and shuttle services, making it easy to travel to various destinations in the region.

  • Can I fly nonstop from Baltimore/Washington Airport (BWI) to Los Angeles Airport (LAX)?

    There are several providers who offer nonstop flights from Baltimore/Washington Airport (BWI) to Los Angeles Airport (LAX), including Spirit, United Airlines, and Southwest.

  • What are my parking options at Baltimore/Washington Airport (BWI)?

    Passengers have four options for parking at BWI. At about $22 per day, the Hourly Garage is a quick walk to the terminals via the enclosed skywalk. The other parking options are connected to the terminals by the airport shuttle bus, which runs about every 8min to 10min. The Daily Garage features covered parking at about $12 per day. The Express Parking lot costs about $10 per day, and the shuttle picks you up at your car instead of at fixed stops. The Long Term Parking A and B lots offer the least expensive option at about $8 per day.

  • Do any Baltimore and Washington-area trains stop at Baltimore/Washington Airport (BWI)?

    Amtrak and the MTA’s MARC commuter trains both provide service from all surrounding counties, Baltimore City and Washington, D.C., to the MARC/Amtrak station near BWI Airport. The airport offers a free, 24/7 shuttle bus service for the 10min ride from the station to the terminals. The MTA Light Rail Service, which serves the Baltimore, Timonium, and Hunt Valley regions, also stop at the airport. The Light Rail station is on the lower level of the terminal outside of Concourse E.

  • Can I get to downtown Los Angeles from LAX using public transportation?

    The LAX FlyAway bus provides nonstop service from LAX to LA’s Union Station for about $9.75 per ticket (up to two kids 5 and under can ride free with an adult). The ride takes about 35min, and buses depart about every 30min. Alternatively, passengers can take the airport’s free “G” shuttle bus from the LAX terminals to the Aviation / LAX Station, where they can pick up the Metro’s C Line. It takes about 1h 20min to get to downtown LA by Metro at a cost of about $1.75.

  • What is the cheapest flight from Baltimore to Los Angeles?

    In the last 3 days, the lowest price for a flight from Baltimore to Los Angeles was $63 for a one-way ticket and $87 for a round-trip.

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

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

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

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

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

    The Airbus A321neo is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Baltimore to Los Angeles flight route.

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

    Star Alliance is the only airline alliance operating flights between Baltimore and Los Angeles.

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

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

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

    The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Baltimore to Los Angeles are Delta and United Airlines. With an average price for the route of $317 and an overall rating of 8.0, Delta is the most popular choice. United Airlines is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of $402 and an overall rating of 7.4.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from Baltimore 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 Baltimore to Los Angeles.

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

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Los Angeles 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 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 Baltimore with another airline. Booking your flights between Baltimore 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 Baltimore 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 Baltimore up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

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KAYAK’s top tips for finding a cheap flight from Baltimore to Los Angeles

  • Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found flights on this route for $81 or less one-way and $190 or less round-trip.
  • It is advisable for travelers to aim to arrive at least 90 minutes before their flight's departure at Baltimore Marshall Airport (BWI). This approach will ensure that you have enough time to navigate the unpredictable security checkpoints and other quintessential check-in procedures, minimizing the risk of issues like missed flights or any unexpected delays.
  • If you need assistance carrying your luggage at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), luggage carts are available for use. These carts can be found throughout the airport, including near baggage claim areas, parking garages, and transportation stations.
  • There is a dedicated ADA section at Los Angeles International Airport that provides assistance to passengers with mobility impairments. The forms of assistance offered include wheelchair assistance, transport boarding, luggage assistance, and security check point aid.
  • BWI Airport has one main passenger terminal with five concourses (Concourses A-E). After passing through security, passengers can travel freely between Concourses A, B, and C, which are used primarily for domestic flights. Concourses D and E are for international flights.
  • The MTA Commuter Bus #201 runs hourly between Gaithersburg Park in Montgomery County and BWI’s MARC/Amtrak station, with stops in Rockville, Olney, Burtonsville, Hanover, and Concourses A and E at the terminal. The 1.5h trip costs about $1.90 (up to two children ride for free with an adult), and the buses are fully accessible and equipped with restrooms.
  • Traveling with kids? Let them play in one of BWI’s play areas before the flight. The play area for domestic flights is located after security in the Observation Gallery, near the B/C checkpoint.
  • At Baltimore/Washington Airport, get in a workout before your flight using one of the two 20min BWI Cardio Trails. One of the 1k loops circles the public areas of the terminal’s upper level and the other 1k loop takes you around Concourses A and B.
  • Using a rideshare company after arriving at LAX? The pickup for your Taxi, Lyft, Opoli, or Uber ride will be in the LAX-it lot next to Terminal 1. Walk from any of the terminals in about 19min or less or pick up a free LAX-it shuttle in front of your terminal, near baggage claim.
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Prefer to fly non-stop from Baltimore to Los Angeles?

Find which airlines fly direct from Baltimore/Washington to Los Angeles, which days they fly and book direct flights.

Nonstop departures

Baltimore/Washington to Los Angeles

Monday

Air China, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, +4 more

Air China, Air New Zealand, +5 more

Tuesday

Air China, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, +4 more

Air China, Air New Zealand, +5 more

Wednesday

Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, Southwest, +3 more

Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, +4 more

Thursday

Air China, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, +4 more

Air China, Air New Zealand, +5 more

Friday

Air China, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, +4 more

Air China, Air New Zealand, +5 more

Saturday

Air China, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, +4 more

Air China, Air New Zealand, +5 more

Sunday

Air China, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, +4 more

Air China, Air New Zealand, +5 more

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Nonstop returns

Los Angeles to Baltimore/Washington

Monday

Air China, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, +4 more

Air China, Air New Zealand, +5 more

Tuesday

Air China, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, +4 more

Air China, Air New Zealand, +5 more

Wednesday

Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, Southwest, +3 more

Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, +4 more

Thursday

Air China, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, +4 more

Air China, Air New Zealand, +5 more

Friday

Air China, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, +4 more

Air China, Air New Zealand, +5 more

Saturday

Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, Southwest, +3 more

Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, +4 more

Sunday

Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, Southwest, +3 more

Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, +4 more

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Top 5 airlines serving from Baltimore to Los Angeles

 
See real verified KAYAK customer reviews for airlines flying from Baltimore to Los Angeles. Airline scores are aggregated from all reviews left by passengers on KAYAK after flying with an airline. KAYAK doesn’t show reviews that are older than 5 years. Learn how KAYAK collects reviews.
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8.0
Alaska AirlinesOverall score based on 9272 reviews
8.6Crew
8.2Boarding
7.3Food
7.3Entertainment
7.9Comfort
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It was an okay experience overall. But, I’m quite tall and sitting in those seats was horrific and so uncomfortable. The flight attendants were quite rude when enforcing the procedures for take off and landing.

6.0 GoodAnonymous, Jun 2024EWR - LAX
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It was an okay experience overall. But, I’m quite tall and sitting in those seats was horrific and so uncomfortable. The flight attendants were quite rude when enforcing the procedures for take off and landing.

Being seated next to the engine was awful! I was nauseous the entire trip from pre-take-off, flying to landing. The engine vibration was very strong!

The terminal at Newark is a complete dump, utterly, profoundly sub-acceptable is every dimension: overcrowded, under-venitilated, lacking in seating, terrible and minimal food options, terrble sound quality from gate announcements, gate agents completely untrained in use of a microphone. And that is after going through the worst and slowest tsa checkpoint in the country. I will never fly to Newark again and will avoid Alaska if at all possible in future travel.

The flight was delayed for 2 hours and the last delay was not communicated and had to check manually.

Flight was delayed 2 hours. Other than that, it was a good flight.

Flight cancelled an hour before takeoff due to "unscheduled maintenance". New flight makes me have to wait for 5 hours in the airport, at a gate totally on the other side of where I'm at, requiring me to take a tram to get from the N terminal, to the C terminal. After waiting for 5 hours I'm informed my new flight is no longer at the gate I'm at, but instead is back in the N terminal where I was previously.

My baggage was in another flight, anit was delayed for one hour.

They canceled the flight 30 minutes prior to departure without any heads up.

Pleasant flight, now wifi, but did get pushed to the exit row gracefully cause I am a tall man. Was a pleasant thank you.

Long flights are best when the seats have movies and shows to watch.

Your crew could maybe answer the call bell at least one of the times I pressed it. I pressed it first time with 2.5 hours left in our flight bc my partner was hungry and wanted a sandwich. We finally got the sandwich with 40 mins left in the flight.

The Flight crew didn’t serve us until about 1.5 hours into the flight because of turbulence but after it ended it was fine to move around. They served us water only and snacks and then NEVER, NOT ONE TIME came through to collect trash until right before landing about 1.5 hours later. There was absolutely no need for that. They crew was just standing around talking and visiting with each other and really never tried to see if we might want something besides water or even try to come pick up trash. This is VERY unusual for a Delta flight but it was not what I would have expected for a 4 hour flight.

There was a loud squeaky sound the whole time we were flying.

I didn’t like that I could not select my seat and was assigned a seat when I checked in at LAX

Great experience overall. Check in at Austin was congested as they only have about 6 check in kiosks, one was broken, and there was a lot of Spring Break travelers.

I was sitting at comfort +. One of the Asian male crew was so loud when he delivered service. When he asked questions or what food you need, he was shouting. He must be a prison guard before going Delta.

Bag drop off was slow and annoying. Only 2 agents at the entire delta desk, and no one directing traffic for what line to be in, many confused people slowed down the process. Boarding was fine. Seats in Delta comfort plus were fine. Snacks were great! Definitely a bonus. The entertainment system was awful — old, slow, not responsive, and completely unable to play games due to some kind of error. But on the other hand, thank you to Delta for the free WiFi. That made it better.

Space and comfort was good. Staff could have been more helpful and friendly.

Crew was great. However the seat I had would not recline and stay put. It would spring back to upright. Hopefully they can check the seats and maintain them. Otherwise the plane is clean and the crew is very friendly.

Boarding in Seattle is always a mess. Sat in Deltas new domestic first class cabin. Everything was great except I found the seat cushion to be fairly uncomfortable. I’m a bigger guy so take that into mind (6’2” / 300 lbs.). Crew was meh.

Flighty delayed on boarding - then group 1 had to check their carry on bags but groups 3 and beyond could carry bags on - very inconvenient for weekend business trip with no checked baggage. Then delayed on the runway - before take off. No communication from pilot on why or how long. Wifi/Entertainment didn't work for 4+ flight. Upon arrival, attendants announced wrong carousel for baggage claim - everyone was waiting at the wrong place for their checked bags. This was a mess united!

Check in etc was very good. As for on the plane, it was like flying in a freezer. It was so cold, i have flown for years and never been so cold on a plane. Staff on board said its always cold when flying which is a load of rubbish. They wouldnt put any heating on and now i have the flu because of this .

Our original business class flight was cancelled so we not only downgraded but we were also spread out across the plane not sitting together in separate middle seats. My poor kids were scared and couldn’t see me on the flight and the crew wasn’t sensitive to the situation and what the airlines did to us. Very dissatisfied with United airlines.

The WiFi didn’t work and the seats are too close together. Very uncomfortable.

On time every leg of the journey and exceptional staff at counter, gate, and on board. I haven’t travelled in US for a long time and was genuinely surprised how pleasant this was.

Too many fees (but that seems to apply to all airlines nowadays)

Over two hours wait to get wheelchair assistance from arrival to the departure gate for LA was unreasonable even though there appreared to be heavy demand.

The flight and crew were fine. The entertainment- the sound was so bad through the headphones I could barely understand it and it was a show I had seen before. The food might have been fine but having to have an account with united in order to access the app in order to pay for the food was rage inducing. I had entered my credit card info at home and logged in as guest but that wouldn’t allow the “wallet” tab to open in the app. And then the wifi was so bad that it took about 45 minutes to fully log in and get all the info working at which time I missed the food. You shouldn’t have to give your address, email and phone number in order to get a hamburger.

Unfortunately our flight was delayed by 45 minutes due to Kate arriving aircraft. Once we stated everything was great.

Crew was unhelpful in boarding. Did not help passengers board and store bags efficiently. Did not alleviate tensions as passengers had to stow bags then return forward to seats. Baggage rules are unreasonable. Will fly southwest next time

My husband and I pre-ordered our food, but they did not have my husband’s order, and my cheese plate was very average. I asked for a blanket and was told they don’t carry blankets on domestic routs. The flight was on time and smooth!

There were delays on both ends. It made it less than excellent. This plane was great though

Fight crew was not very attentive and the bastions were gross!

Our flight was great we left Kona earlier and got into LAX almost an 1hour earlier as well. LAX AA is in repair so to get out and found our bus to get pick up was a bit confusing.

5 hour flight - full flight - not enough room to use my computer - slightly delayed - Admirals club was excellent quality food, drink made up for flight seating. No food offerred on flight, you ahd to prebook.

We experience delays on departure and connecting flights resulting in 14 hour to our next departure. We were accommodated with a night's stay but was only provided a 12 dollar meals accommodation. The airlines rules state.at least 50 dollars. In any case, it can not make up for the whole day missed on our vacation in Sydney Australia.

I can say I will not be taking this airline again any time soon. Seat were uncomfortable and too tight. Lack of chair screen and little overhead space.

Poor availability of food. Cold cabin temperature. Extremely long waiting time for a flight attendant to respond to a call button signal.

2.5h delay due to unruly passenger in first class. Had to be removed from the flight. No food unless pre ordered. Didn't know we would need it because of delay.

Only my carry that was taken and found it in my final destination

Terrible leg room, seats don’t recline, delayed flight, and even water isn’t free onboard

It was nice! There was a very unhappy child in front of us and the flight attendant did a great job calming the child. I was impressed.

Flight delayed then canceled! I will NEVER fly Spirit Airlines again and will tell all my friends!

The guy with severe body odor sat next to me. For the whole duration of the flight it was a torture. The airline should have better policy on limiting people with bad body odor to board the flight. Passengers should not be the ones to endure bad odor for the whole duration of the flight. The airline should be e the one to ensure decent air quality for ever passenger.

They charged me 212.00 for a heavy check in bag at the gate. The pricing and process was so confusing - as if it was designed to purposefully gouge customers who need to board plane. That experience combined with the outrageous price charged will prevent me from ever flying Spirit again. And I’ll be sure to tell the story to anyone who cares to hear.

Its so random that they only allow 40 pounds on checked bags when all airlines take 55. They then charge you for each 10 extra pounds, so my checked suitcase was $130 and the flight $30 ... its like whattt, im for sure not traveling with Spirit again

Was not able to board the flight due to a horrible policy that I needed to be at the gate 1 hour before departure. I lost money on this and the connecting flight due to having to book on another airline. I was flying to Florida for my mother's cancer surgery in the afternoon.

So bad. The check in process was laborious and the check in agent didn't seem to know how to manage the process efficiently and was confused about how to check in my son's sports equipment. The baggage fees were outrageous and so expensive. $90 for a carry on bag? And $200 additional for 2 check ins. The security lines were insanely long and the terminal was not very nice in the Spirit area. $5 for a water on board. It was my first and last time flying Spirit - I tried to save $ by flying them due to the accommodating schedule but I should have paid for Southwest, because it would've actually ended up less expensive due to the free bags with Southwest. There were no charging ports on the airplane, no wifi and really uncomfortable seating. The flight crew were great though, courteous and efficient in their boarding. Flight was delayed 1 hour, but we made up 15 minutes in flight.

My experience was better than expected. What I did find not so great was the seats. Very little room, they did not recline and the tray table was the size of a post card. There was no food to try, just standard snacks that you had to pay for and I don’t know of any entertainment. I would fly again even though everything was an upcharge. Flight was on time with little disturbance

Great flight on time and kept us informed about our flight situation!!

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Recent one-way flight deals

 
Only flying one-way? Below are some of the best one-way flight deals from Baltimore to Los Angeles found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours.
9/11Wed
nonstopSpirit Airlines
5h 36mBWI-LAX
$63
9/14Sat
nonstopSpirit Airlines
5h 36mBWI-LAX
$75
7/17Wed
1 stopDelta
7h 34mBWI-LAX
$128
8/16Fri
nonstopUnited Airlines
5h 27mBWI-LAX
$129
7/19Fri
1 stopDelta
7h 38mBWI-LAX
$138
7/4Thu
2 stopsAmerican Airlines
11h 18mBWI-LAX
$203
7/1Mon
nonstopUnited Airlines
5h 27mBWI-LAX
$209
6/18Tue
1 stopSun Country Air
7h 41mBWI-LAX
$233
6/22Sat
2 stopsAmerican Airlines
13h 13mBWI-LAX
$243
6/18Tue
1 stopSun Country Air
7h 41mBWI-LAX
$249

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Last minute flights from Baltimore to Los Angeles

Last minute flight, train and bus deals

 
These last-minute flight deals are the cheapest flights found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours for flights from Baltimore to Los Angeles that are departing in the next 10 days.
6/18Tue
multi-stopSpirit Airlines
13h 14mBWI-LAX
6/25Tue
nonstopSpirit Airlines
5h 01mLAX-BWI
$234
6/17Mon
nonstopSpirit Airlines
5h 31mBWI-LAX
7/1Mon
nonstopSpirit Airlines
5h 02mLAX-BWI
$270
6/18Tue
multi-stopSpirit Airlines
13h 14mBWI-LAX
6/25Tue
multi-stopSpirit Airlines
13h 40mLAX-BWI
$271
6/17Mon
nonstopSpirit Airlines
5h 31mBWI-LAX
7/1Mon
multi-stopSpirit Airlines
9h 25mLAX-BWI
$272
6/17Mon
nonstopSpirit Airlines
5h 31mBWI-LAX
6/30Sun
multi-stopSpirit Airlines
13h 19mLAX-BWI
$273
6/17Mon
nonstopSpirit Airlines
5h 31mBWI-LAX
7/1Mon
multi-stopSpirit Airlines
12h 35mLAX-BWI
$280
6/18Tue
multi-stopFrontier
26h 52mBWI-LAX
6/22Sat
multi-stopFrontier
7h 38mLAX-BWI
$288
6/17Mon
multi-stopFrontier
16h 31mBWI-LAX
6/24Mon
multi-stopFrontier
10h 36mLAX-BWI
$322
6/18Tue
multi-stop
7h 41mBWI-LAX
7/1Mon
multi-stop
6h 51mLAX-BWI
$331
6/18Tue
multi-stopFrontier
11h 40mBWI-LAX
6/19Wed
multi-stopFrontier
24h 09mLAX-BWI
$346

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Baltimore - Los Angeles Flights

Departure:

Baltimore (BWI)United States

Destination:

Los Angeles (LAX)United States

Return flight deals:

Los Angeles - Baltimore

Cabin classes:

$1,103
$1,046
$827
$124