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How long does a flight from Longview East Texas Regional to Baltimore/Washington take?
An average nonstop flight takes 11h 33m, covering a distance of 1112 miles.
Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Longview East Texas Regional to Baltimore/Washington?
In the past 3 days, the cheapest round-trip tickets were found on American Airlines ($471)
Do I need a passport to fly between Longview East Texas Regional and Baltimore/Washington?
No.
What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly Longview East Texas Regional to Baltimore/Washington?
For Longview East Texas Regional to Baltimore/Washington, Sunday is the cheapest day to fly on average and Saturday is the most expensive. Flying from Baltimore/Washington back to Longview East Texas Regional, the best deals are generally found on Tuesday, with Sunday being the most expensive.

Book cheap flights from Longview East Texas Regional to Baltimore/Washington (round-trip)

Airports
Origin
Longview
$471
only
$471
Destination
Baltimore
$471
only
$471
Sun, Jun 10
GGG
BWI
11h 33m
Thu, Jun 14
BWI
GGG
7h 07m
Trip: 5 days
7.2GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.2 Good
Based on 28416 reviews
Overall
7.4
Boarding
7.5
Comfort
7.1
Crew
7.8
Entertainment
6.7
Food
6.6
LAX
AKL
Okay 4.0

American wins tge coach torture contest!

LAX
ORD
Good 7.6

I liked having the built in screen on the a321. Americans streaming service has lots to offer but the built in screens have more choices. I get why they want to just offer the streaming but I appreciate all the choices! There was a group number enforcer at the gate to make boarding more organized! She was polite but told the mobs that try to use the premium line to wait their turn.

I asked for upgrades to and from Chicago. I’m a gold member and fly for leisure fairly often. There are so many people looking for an upgrade these days that you’re rarely getting the opportunity

DFW
GRR
Excellent 9.0

Everything worked the way it was supposed to. Bag transfer through customs and transfer to domestic was easy.

Snacks and food in general on US operated airlines is generally sad. American Airlines should learn from Qantas about food quality and service.

LAX
CLT
Mediocre 2.6

I got there safely.

I will never fly American Airlines again. From the moment I checked in with the ticket agent to getting off the plane it was a disaster. The ticket agent was rude, hostile, and dismissive. Employees walked through the line at security forcing everyone to consolidate their belongings to one bag. I had a large wallet in my hand and was told I had to step out of line to put it in my backpack. They only allow you one bag to carry on without paying extra. At the time of boarding they announced that the overhead storage was full so even those that paid extra were still forced to check their bags. The plane was dirty, the service was slow, overall just gross. They don’t have WiFi or in flight entertainment so I paid the $20 to purchase the WiFi. It was worthless. I couldn’t stream anything, even music kept stopping to buffer. I understand it will be slower then on ground WiFi, but it was impossible to watch anything and a complete waste of money.

SYD
LAX
Excellent 9.0

Premium economy is the way to go for a long haul flight. We were comfortable and able to get some sleep.

The crew on the way to Sydney was a little more present. There was always someone milling in the galley between the business class and premium economy cabin. The crew returning came through the cabin often and were attentive if you asked for them but you had to seek them out.

Sat, Mar 10
GGG
BWI
16h 29m
Sun, Mar 18
BWI
GGG
21h 59m
Trip: 8 days
7.2GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.2 Good
Based on 28416 reviews
Overall
7.4
Boarding
7.5
Comfort
7.1
Crew
7.8
Entertainment
6.7
Food
6.6
LAX
AKL
Okay 4.0

American wins tge coach torture contest!

IND
LAX
Excellent 10.0

The staff

The snack selection and lack of entertainment

SYD
LAX
Excellent 9.0

Premium economy is the way to go for a long haul flight. We were comfortable and able to get some sleep.

The crew on the way to Sydney was a little more present. There was always someone milling in the galley between the business class and premium economy cabin. The crew returning came through the cabin often and were attentive if you asked for them but you had to seek them out.

LAX
CLT
Mediocre 2.6

I got there safely.

I will never fly American Airlines again. From the moment I checked in with the ticket agent to getting off the plane it was a disaster. The ticket agent was rude, hostile, and dismissive. Employees walked through the line at security forcing everyone to consolidate their belongings to one bag. I had a large wallet in my hand and was told I had to step out of line to put it in my backpack. They only allow you one bag to carry on without paying extra. At the time of boarding they announced that the overhead storage was full so even those that paid extra were still forced to check their bags. The plane was dirty, the service was slow, overall just gross. They don’t have WiFi or in flight entertainment so I paid the $20 to purchase the WiFi. It was worthless. I couldn’t stream anything, even music kept stopping to buffer. I understand it will be slower then on ground WiFi, but it was impossible to watch anything and a complete waste of money.

DFW
GRR
Excellent 9.0

Everything worked the way it was supposed to. Bag transfer through customs and transfer to domestic was easy.

Snacks and food in general on US operated airlines is generally sad. American Airlines should learn from Qantas about food quality and service.

Sat, Mar 10
GGG
BWI
16h 29m
Sat, Mar 17
BWI
GGG
15h 44m
Trip: 7 days
7.2GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.2 Good
Based on 28416 reviews
Overall
7.4
Boarding
7.5
Comfort
7.1
Crew
7.8
Entertainment
6.7
Food
6.6
SYD
LAX
Excellent 9.0

Premium economy is the way to go for a long haul flight. We were comfortable and able to get some sleep.

The crew on the way to Sydney was a little more present. There was always someone milling in the galley between the business class and premium economy cabin. The crew returning came through the cabin often and were attentive if you asked for them but you had to seek them out.

LAX
CLT
Mediocre 2.6

I got there safely.

I will never fly American Airlines again. From the moment I checked in with the ticket agent to getting off the plane it was a disaster. The ticket agent was rude, hostile, and dismissive. Employees walked through the line at security forcing everyone to consolidate their belongings to one bag. I had a large wallet in my hand and was told I had to step out of line to put it in my backpack. They only allow you one bag to carry on without paying extra. At the time of boarding they announced that the overhead storage was full so even those that paid extra were still forced to check their bags. The plane was dirty, the service was slow, overall just gross. They don’t have WiFi or in flight entertainment so I paid the $20 to purchase the WiFi. It was worthless. I couldn’t stream anything, even music kept stopping to buffer. I understand it will be slower then on ground WiFi, but it was impossible to watch anything and a complete waste of money.

ORD
LAX
Okay 4.0

Packed like sardines; the seats are getting narrower and the seat pockets are ridiculously small.

BWI
ORD
Excellent 8.6

Nothing special

BWI check-in crew is not friendly, not related to Japan Airline.

LAX
AKL
Okay 4.0

American wins tge coach torture contest!

Longview East Texas Regional to Baltimore/Washington Flight Information

Flights Arrive in Baltimore/Washington
Flights Depart from Longview East Texas Regional
Flight Price $471
Distance 1112 miles
Airlines American Airlines
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