Find cheap flights from Los Angeles to Boston from $79

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These are the airlines KAYAK users have selected most often in flight searches from Los Angeles to Boston.
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How much is the cheapest flight from Los Angeles to Boston?

Here are some of the best deals found on KAYAK recently from the most popular airlines for round-trip flights from Los Angeles to Boston 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.
3:10 am - 8:33 amLAX-BOS
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2:45 pm - 9:16 pmBOS-LAX
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3:30 am - 1:30 amLAX-BOS
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4:25 pm - 7:31 amBOS-LAX
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$156Multiple Airlines
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2:00 am - 7:20 amLAX-BOS
5h 20mnonstop
2:30 am - 9:16 amBOS-LAX
6h 46mnonstop
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Sab, Nov 4 - Sel, Nov 7
4:56 pm - 1:50 pmLAX-BOS
20h 54m1 stop
8:09 am - 6:49 pmBOS-LAX
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$159Multiple Airlines
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Sel, Okt 17 - Sel, Okt 24
6:55 pm - 7:55 amLAX-BOS
13h 00m1 stop
12:23 pm - 3:33 pmBOS-LAX
27h 10m1 stop
$163Spirit Airlines
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Jum, Nov 10 - Sel, Nov 14
1:00 pm - 7:55 amLAX-BOS
18h 55m1 stop
3:48 pm - 1:45 pmBOS-LAX
21h 57m1 stop
$164Spirit Airlines
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Sel, Nov 7 - Sen, Nov 13
4:35 pm - 10:12 pmLAX-BOS
5h 37mnonstop
7:15 am - 1:48 pmBOS-LAX
6h 33mnonstop
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Sen, Nov 6 - Sab, Nov 11
9:14 pm - 4:44 amLAX-BOS
7h 30m1 stop
1:47 am - 10:21 amBOS-LAX
8h 34m1 stop
$285American Airlines
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Sel, Okt 24 - Sel, Okt 31
6:50 pm - 12:23 amLAX-BOS
5h 33mnonstop
4:05 am - 3:57 pmBOS-LAX
11h 52m1 stop
$287United Airlines
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Jum, Okt 13 - Rab, Okt 25
3:35 am - 9:06 amLAX-BOS
5h 31mnonstop
12:30 am - 9:33 amBOS-LAX
9h 03m1 stop
$303United Airlines
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Are your dates flexible? Find out the best times to travel from Los Angeles to Boston based on our flight data from the last year. Discover the cheapest month and even day to fly.
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Top tips for finding a cheap flight from LAX to Boston

  • Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found flights on this route for $169 or less one-way and $271 or less round-trip.
  • The cheapest flight from Los Angeles to Boston 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 May, June and July. The cheapest month to fly is January.
  • Morning departure is around 24% more expensive than an evening flight, on average*.
  • Passengers flying aboard American Airlines from Los Angeles International Airport to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) will be glad to know that the airline has a hub at BOS, and lounges in Terminal TB. The airline uses Terminals 4, 5 and Terminal TB at Los Angeles International Airport. If you fly with this carrier, be sure to enjoy priority services under the fast lane program and access its lounges.
  • There are several hotels near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), perfect for those with early morning departures. Plan to sleep closer to the airport and avoid the hassle of morning traffic as you rush to take your flight. Hampton Inn & Suites Lax El Segundo sits near LAX.
  • Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) boats numerous lounges operated by various airlines including Qantas International First-Class Lounge, United Club Lounge and Star Alliance Lounge. Any passenger can access these lounges at a reduced cost. Members and holders of respective credit cards have unrestricted access.
  • Families traveling with the little ones through Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) will be glad to know that there are rooms dedicated to nursing and lactating moms. You can access these rooms in Terminal 5 post-security. Besides the much-needed privacy, the facility has chairs and sinks for extra comfort.
  • Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is Boston’s major airport and is ranked as one of the 20 busiest airports in the US. It’s the biggest, has modern infrastructure and high-tech technological innovations. Still, it has four terminals, each connected to the central parking garage by a walkway system. Terminals are connected to each other by walkways, the airport MBTA station and shuttle buses.
  • Feeling hungry before your flight from Los Angeles International Airport to Boston? LAX has over 90 food and beverage outlets to suit all budgets and palates. Dine in and enjoy modern seafood at Slapfish, a wood-fired pizza from 800 Degrees or a customized burger from BUILT. If you’re short on time, simply pick up a snack and a smoothie to go.
  • Flights from Los Angeles to Boston usually depart from Los Angeles International Airport. While you’re waiting for your flight to depart, enjoy the diverse art, exhibitions, and installations throughout the terminals. The LAX Art Program aims to enhance the travel experience for visitors through LAX, providing access to contemporary artworks and cultural performances by local artists.
  • If you need to buy a last-minute gift, Los Angeles International Airport has more than 50 retail shops beyond the security checkpoint. Select from a wide variety of books, toys, accessories, cosmetics, jewelry, and international brands.
  • If you’re traveling with kids, take them to the LAX Beach play area at the Tom Bradley International Terminal. This beach-themed playground is for children ages 2 to 8 years old and offers a safe space for little travelers to run around and play.
  • To help travelers stay connected, LAX and Boston Logan International Airport offer free wireless internet services. Charging stations can be found throughout the arrivals and departures terminals as well.
*Average of the lowest prices shown in KAYAK’s search results for departures within the next 30 days

FAQs for booking flights from Los Angeles to Boston

  • Which hotels are near Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)?

    Passengers who will be arriving late at Boston Logan International Airport should consider spending a night at a hotel near this facility. It saves you the  unnecessary hassle of commuting after-dark. There are several hotels near this airport, such as Hilton Garden Inn Boston Logan Airport and TownePlace Suites by Marriott Boston Logan Airport/Chelsea.

  • How can I get to the Freedom Trail from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)?

    The Freedom Trail lies about 3.7 miles from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). You can get there using various transportation options. For instance, line 88 bus and subway will get you to the Freedom Trail in about 26min. However, if you have a sense of urgency and want to be there quickly, a taxi is handy, as it takes around 6min.

  • Where are spas located at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)?

    If you feel fatigued upon arriving at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), you can pop into a spa for some self-indulgence as you relax ahead of your next connection. You’ll get a spa in Terminal B. Services include facials, pedicure and manicure. You can also locate a salon on Terminal C to have your nails done.

  • Are there prayer rooms at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)?

    For the prayerful passengers who want to thank God for a safe flight, BOS has a chapel where you can escape to for a private moment. You can access it in Terminal C before security, on the Arrivals Level.  

  • Can I book a direct flight from Los Angeles to Boston?

    Yes. Several airlines including Jet Blue, United Airlines, American Airlines, and Delta all offer direct flights from Los Angeles to Boston Logan International Airport.

  • How do I get to downtown Boston from Logan Airport?

    Logan Airport is located in East Boston, about 3 miles from the center. The easiest way to get downtown is using the Logan Express, a non-stop bus service between the airport and the Back Bay neighborhood. The trip takes about 20 minutes, and buses depart every 20 minutes. The Logan Express runs from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm from terminals A, B, C and E, and also serves Framingham, Braintree, Woburn, and Peabody. Tickets can be purchased onboard from the driver. If you prefer to travel by water taxi, take the free shuttle bus (number 66) from your airport terminal to the Boston Logan Dock. If you have reservations at a downtown hotel on the waterfront, water taxis are the most convenient way to get there. Passengers can also take water shuttles to Hingham and Hull on the South Shore. Public transport is also available from Logan Airport to downtown Boston, MA. Take the Silver Line 1 to South Station and connect with the Red Line to go downtown or to Cambridge, Harvard University, or MIT.

  • I am a nervous flyer. What can I do to relax before my flight from LAX?

    As part of the Pets Unstressing Passengers (PUP) Program at LAX, trained therapy dogs with helpful handlers can be found on the departures level. Interactions with four-legged friends can help to calm the nerves of adults and children before flying. Travelers can also enjoy a soothing pre-flight massage at the XpresSpa, located in the Tom Bradley International Terminal or the Be Relax Spa in Terminal 1.

  • I’m traveling with a baby. What services are available at LAX?

    If you’re traveling with a baby, private nursing stations can be found in every terminal. Mothers can nurse and change infants in a quiet, comfortable space without being disturbed.

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

    Nonstop flights from Los Angeles generally make it to Boston in 5h 20m. The flying distance between the two cities is 2,603 miles.

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

    In normal times, a total of 1,002 direct flights connect Los Angeles to Boston weekly. On average, there are 143 departures per day.

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

    The best deals for a one-way ticket found by KAYAK users over the last 3 days were on JetBlue ($79) and Spirit Airlines ($83). The cheapest round-trip tickets were found on JetBlue ($153) and Spirit Airlines ($163).

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


  • Which airlines fly most frequently between Los Angeles and Boston?

    Los Angeles and Boston are connected by different airlines. The airlines that fly that route the most regularly are JetBlue (12 flights per day, Virgin Atlantic (11 flights per day), and Hawaiian Airlines (11 flights per day). However, there are also other airlines serving flights from LAX to Boston.

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

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

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

    Los Angeles airport is called Los Angeles LAX and the only airport in Boston is Boston Logan Intl BOS.

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

    The earliest flight leaves Los Angeles at 6:00 am and lands in Boston at 2:20 pm.

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

    The last flight leaves Los Angeles at 11:59 pm and lands in Boston at 8:36 am.

  • Which airlines fly nonstop between Los Angeles and Boston?

    All the following airlines operate direct flights between Los Angeles and Boston: American Airlines, Air France, ITA Airways, JetBlue, British Airways, Air China, China Southern, Delta, Icelandair, Fiji Airways, Hawaiian Airlines, Iberia, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, KLM, LATAM Airlines, EL AL, China Eastern, Air New Zealand, Asiana Airlines, Qantas Airways, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Air Tahiti Nui, TAP AIR PORTUGAL, United Airlines, Virgin Australia, and Virgin Atlantic.

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

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

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

    The Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321 is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Los Angeles to Boston flight route.

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

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

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

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

  • Which is the best airline for flights from Los Angeles to Boston, JetBlue or Delta?

    The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Los Angeles to Boston are JetBlue and Delta. With an average price for the route of $437 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 $458 and an overall rating of 7.9.

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

    JetBlue, American Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from Los Angeles to Boston. Confirm policies on booking site.

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

    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 Los Angeles to Boston.

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

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Boston from Los Angeles 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 Los Angeles to Boston?

    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 Boston with an airline and back to Los Angeles with another airline. Booking your flights between Los Angeles and BOS 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 Los Angeles to Boston?

    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 Boston from Los Angeles up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

Top 5 airlines serving from Los Angeles to Boston

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JetBlueOverall score based on 19486 reviews
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Seat was surprisingly comfortable and roomy. I like the onboard “pantry”. Lavatory was kept very clean.

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Seat was surprisingly comfortable and roomy. I like the onboard “pantry”. Lavatory was kept very clean.

Flight was delayed over 5 hours. I was rebooked to another flight the next day with no compensation for a lost workday.

Pros: "The middle seat was empty and the crew was polite"
Cons: "The wifi went out literally every 5 minutes."
Pros: "The available movies were pretty good."
Cons: "The crew member serving the food was way too slow."
Cons: "Flight was 3 1/2 hours delayed. In-flight entertainment system didn’t function. They didn’t perform a beverage/snack service. Very poor overall. Disappointing."
Cons: "Very happy with my flight. Very nice new airplane.Jet Blue has become my preferred airline."
Cons: "Our flight was delayed 4 times. We then sat on the runway for an extra 45 minutes because someone’s tv did not work. We missed our set transportation which was already rescheduled 4 times and had to pay $150 Uber to get home"
Cons: "They had to reset entertainment sets 3 times before they started working. This happens regularly on the SFO to BOS jetblue flight."
Cons: "We had a delay of 3 hrs which kept us waiting in the middle of the night"
Pros: "Offering voluntary check-in of carry-on bags for free"
Cons: "all went well this trip"

Everything was great but the difference in paying for comfort + did not seem worth it.

Cons: "Flight attendant in First class was visibly frustrated and unfriendly. He was not helping with my simple request for a blanket. Also, the were no food service in first class."
Pros: "Older plane."
Cons: "Our section, Main 1 (towards tail end of plane) had strong smell of unine which thankfully dissipated once plane was in flight. Also, bathrooms even on boarding were not clean with urine all over the toilet."
Cons: "I’m still in Los Angeles 10 hours after landing, having missed the connecting flight."
Pros: "Delta One product is among the best in domestic US."
Cons: "Let passengers know that Delta One has a special check in area."
Pros: "individual TVs"
Cons: "it would be great if you could not use all those one-use plastic cups. waste is a real issue in the US and the solution is using re-usable items like washable cups. Unboarding was a nightmare and it started to get really hot waiting to get off."
Cons: "Delta delayed the flight from LAX to SLC, which subsequently made me miss the connecting flight from SLC to ORD. Completely unacceptable"
Cons: "Wheelchair shortage on arrival, although I had one reserved. Waited for a while then walked. Not ideal. Very long wait for bus to rental car center."
Cons: "We thought we were flying AirFrance as our emails came from them and were surprised to learn after waiting in the AirFrance baggage drop queue for 30 mins that we were in the wrong place."
Cons: "Double booking and payment of flight. Dropped flight bookings. Not a good trip"

Red eye from LAX. The most uncomfortable First Class seats I have ever experienced. No blankets or pillows. One bag of chip-like objects and two beverages for the entire flight. It felt very stingy.

Pros: "Nothing special good or bad"
Cons: "My seat did not recline properly and had to sit upright throughout the flight, so was less comfortable."
Cons: "Crew only came by once for drinks, other flights they have come by two or three times. At the end of flight they said they were coming down to collect trash but never did."
Pros: "Ne’er front of plane for easy on/off. Payed extra for extra leg room."
Cons: "Flight attendants were overworked on a full flight."
Cons: "2.5 hour delay on the ground - very poor communication from Crew"
Cons: "Even though we pay exorbinant prices: The poorest selection of non-meat vegetarian food."
Cons: "There was no entertainment at all, and pretzels are gross"
Cons: "inflight entertainment wasn't working on my seat only which made my 6 hour flight seem even longer :("
Pros: "Wi-Fi was great. Watched two movies. Flight was on time and painless"
Cons: "Only complimentary snack was pretzels and only a cup of water."
Pros: "On time arrival"
Cons: "No movie screens, no video screens, no charging options, no blankets, no pillows, no fun."
Cons: "As my mom explained to me, there was a time in the 1960's when flying was a special experience. The flight attendants were proud to do what they did, and treated people with kindness and civility. That is all gone now. It is an ice cold experience. I feel like cattle."
Pros: "Seats were pretty comfortable"
Cons: "In-flight entertainment depended on the Wi-Fi working. It did not work the whole flight."
Cons: "After we board the plane, we were forced to sit on the tarmac at LAX for 2 hours. I missed the Ferry to Provincetown and it cost me an extra night of hotel in Boston. The food choices were very limited, and the seats are just not comfortable at all!"
Pros: "Nothing"
Cons: "Audio did not work well on demand, food costs money"
Cons: "Because of missed connection I had to go from Dulles to Reagan airport"
Pros: "Very meticulous pilots, very friendly and accommodating cabin crew"
Cons: "When we made reservations in February we opted for economy plus seating 8C and 8D on an Airbus A320. In June we received notice of a schedule and equipment change to a Boeing 737-300. I was not told or given the option to change seat assignments, and we were assigned middle and window seats 28E and 28F, which were torture, so narrow and almost no legroom. Why weren't we automatically assigned economy plus seats? Adding insult to injury I had to apply for a refund for the seat upgrade, which again should have been automatic. Seeing as how the return flight was code-shared with AirCanada, United did not give us the option to upgrade seating, so I was forced to call United, waited almost 40 minutes so that they could give me the AirCanada booking reference number which then enabled me to upgrade seats via AirCanada's website. Lucky thing too because there weren't many economy plus seats left. I consider myself to be a savvy traveler, but there were too many unknowns and hoops to jump through in order to get proper seating. Plus the extra fees for premier access and baggage are exorbitant. Finally, I bought an egg white flatbread snack which was awful. I don't see how United gets away with this treatment, it certainly doesn't make for an enjoyable experience when vacationing. In fact we are seriously considering not taking any more vacations requiring flying. We're happy that airlines are profitable, but not at the expense of comfort or navigating options that require very sophisticated knowledge."
Pros: "Overall the flight process was fine."
Cons: "Kayak is not transparent enough about highlighting which flights are low cost flights during purchasing. I thought I was purchasing a regular fare where I could bring a normal carry-on onto the flight, but this was a low cost flight and I had to check my bag. This information was not disclosed until after payment, and I believe this is dishonest on the part of Kayak. Kayak needs to be much more upfront about the details of the flights so that we passengers can select flights according to their needs. I felt deceived by the fare and would have purchased a different flight if I would have known ahead of time."
Cons: "They (united airlines) put my wife's luggage in the wrong flight and we are still waiting for it to arrive. It's already been 8 hrs since we landed and every time we call them, they're telling us it's scanned in a different city. Now she is without clothes and her necessities."
Pros: "There was a nice selection of entertainment"
Cons: "The plane was not comfortable at all for an International flight. United should invest in bigger planes for flights over 6 hours. I could hardly sleep since the seats were so uncomfortable. Further, I was unable to get up and move around as much as I had on other international flights. There was no room on this plane to walk around and stretch. The food was mediocre. Quantas, Air China and Japan Airlines have much better meals."
Pros: "Upgrade to economy plus"
Cons: "I had to call the day of the flight to confirm the flight. Good I did because the agent said that my reservation was not showing up for whatever reason. Alex apologized for the confusion and upgraded the seats to economy plus, which was a great experience due to the leg room."
Cons: "I booked one of the big seats in front. It was great."
Cons: "Spirit airlines is a joke. The seats are very uncomfortable, and they do not recline. Torturous."
Pros: "That the flight was over"
Cons: "Had to pay for flight, tiny sardine seat, water and people on flight were in a huge hurry to exit plane at gate, hardly waiting for row by row polite deplaning. At least I had an assigned seat! Baggage took a long time to arrive. The crowd on flight were very loud - awkward personal conversations. Crew were good."
Pros: "I remember I used to fly with spirit and they were the worst airline. I can tell now they have changed a lot and they have improved in all ways. No delays"
Cons: "They should at least have water for the passengers. But in overall it was a pretty comfy flight."
Pros: "We got here early and it was a very very smooth flight."
Pros: "Bording was fine"
Cons: "Horrible costomer service, nobody knew there job. Never flying spirit again"
Pros: "The flight was on time and boarding was effficient."
Cons: "Seats are not comfortable (plastic, no reclining possible), they charge $3.00 for water! They add for carry-on. Staff is loud and makes announcements for selling Spirit products over the loudspeaker. Impossible to sleep. My worst flight ever in terms of comfort."
Pros: "Had a row to my self. Comfortable."
Cons: "The cost of checking bags and having to pay for a seat. I thought when you purchased an airline ticket it included a seat. Imagine my surprise when I had to pay for a seat."
Pros: "Crew was friendly."
Cons: "Late 4.5hrs, several false "we're boarding now". No communication of what the issue was. No in-flight service, even a soda wasn't free. Never again."
Pros: "And then had to wait at the gate while another plane left."

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