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8:59 am - 12:31 pmMIA-BOS
3h 32mnonstop
3:40 pm - 11:50 pmBOS-MIA
8h 10m1 stop
$88Spirit Airlines
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Sa, Mai 4 - Sa, Mai 4
12:40 pm - 4:12 pmMIA-BOS
3h 32mnonstop
10:01 am - 1:45 pmBOS-MIA
3h 44mnonstop
$90Spirit Airlines
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Do, Mai 2 - Di, Mai 7
6:49 pm - 10:10 pmMIA-BOS
3h 21mnonstop
4:10 pm - 7:43 pmBOS-MIA
3h 33mnonstop
$157JetBlue
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Fr, Mai 31 - Mi, Jun 5
5:30 am - 11:56 amMIA-BOS
6h 26m1 stop
8:21 am - 7:03 pmBOS-MIA
10h 42m1 stop
$158Frontier
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Mi, Mai 1 - Do, Mai 2
5:30 am - 11:42 amMIA-BOS
6h 12m1 stop
11:14 am - 6:58 pmBOS-MIA
7h 44m1 stop
$160Frontier
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Do, Mai 30 - Mo, Jun 3
11:40 am - 3:05 pmMIA-BOS
3h 25mnonstop
3:20 pm - 7:00 pmBOS-MIA
3h 40mnonstop
$167Delta
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Di, Jun 4 - Sa, Jun 8
4:26 pm - 12:21 amMIA-BOS
7h 55m1 stop
7:15 am - 3:40 pmBOS-MIA
8h 25m1 stop
$176JetBlue
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Do, Mai 30 - So, Jun 2
11:40 am - 3:00 pmMIA-BOS
3h 20mnonstop
5:30 pm - 9:06 pmBOS-MIA
3h 36mnonstop
$177Delta
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Do, Mai 2 - Mo, Mai 6
6:04 am - 11:20 amMIA-BOS
5h 16m1 stop
5:47 pm - 9:17 pmBOS-MIA
3h 30mnonstop
$183American Airlines
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Do, Mai 2 - Di, Mai 7
5:00 pm - 10:51 pmMIA-BOS
5h 51m1 stop
6:30 am - 9:58 amBOS-MIA
3h 28mnonstop
$186American Airlines
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Sa, Mai 25 - Di, Mai 28

Flights from Miami to Boston - Travel Insights & Trends

Get data-powered insights and trends into flights from Miami to Boston 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 Miami to Boston?

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

What is the cheapest month to fly from Miami to Boston?

To calculate monthly average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each month over the last year for flights from Miami to Boston, 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 Miami to Boston is September, where tickets cost $158 on average. On the other hand, the most expensive months are July and June, where the average cost of tickets is $247 and $228 respectively.

How far in advance should I book a flight from Miami to Boston?

To calculate daily average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each day before departure over the last year for flights from Miami to Boston, 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 Miami to Boston, you should book around 1 week before departure. For the absolute cheapest price, our data suggests you should book 30 days before departure.

Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Miami to Boston?

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 Boston from Miami were found on Spirit Airlines ($39) and Frontier ($59), and the lowest round-trip tickets were found on Spirit Airlines ($88) and JetBlue ($157).

Which airlines fly most frequently between Miami and Boston?

The airlines most regularly connecting Miami to Boston are American Airlines (8 flights per day), Delta (3 flights per day), and Spirit Airlines (2 flights per day).

Which airlines fly non-stop between Miami and Boston?

Airline and price data is aggregated from results in KAYAK’s search results from the last 2 weeks for flights from Miami to Boston.
There are 4 airlines that fly nonstop from Miami to Boston. They are: American Airlines, Delta, JetBlue and Spirit Airlines. The cheapest price of all airlines flying this route was found with Spirit Airlines at $46 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 Miami and Boston per day?

Each day, there are between 12 and 19 nonstop flights that take off from Miami and land in Boston, with an average flight time of 3h 22m. The most common departure time is 7:00 pm and most flights take off in the morning. Each week, there are 103 flights. The most frequent day of departure is Saturday, when 18% of all weekly flights depart. The fewest flights depart on a Wednesday.

Which cabin class options are there for flights between Miami and Boston?

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 Miami to Boston take?

The average nonstop flight takes 3h 17m, covering a distance of 1,259 miles.

What’s the earliest departure time from Miami to Boston?

Early birds can take the earliest flight from Miami at 5:35 am and will be landing in Boston at 9:06 am.

What’s the latest departure time from Miami to Boston?

If you prefer to fly at night, the latest flight from Miami to Boston jets off at 9:01 pm and lands at 12:23 am.

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Low season

January

High season

June

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$39
Best time to beat the crowds with an average 11% drop in price.
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When to book flights from Miami to Boston

Are your dates flexible? Find out the best times to travel from Miami to Boston based on our flight data from the last year. Discover the cheapest month and even day to fly.
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FAQs for booking flights from Miami to Boston

  • Is Boston Logan International Airport an accessible airport?

    Yes. Travelers with mobility challenges should alert their airline so that there will be a concierge with a wheelchair waiting for them at BOS when they deplane. BOS features accessibility adaptations including ramps and elevators, audio-visual fire alarms, and accessible restrooms in every terminal.

  • Where are the parking lots at Miami International Airport?

    The three terminals of MIA are situated into a U shape, and the parking lots are inside the U. There are two smaller short-term parking lots near the apex of the U, right across from the Central Terminal. The Dolphin Parking Lot is near the North Terminal and the Flamingo Parking Lot is near the Central and South Terminals. Long-term parking is in the South Parking parking lot, which is situated behind the Flamingo Parking Lot.

  • Does Boston Logan International Airport provide facilities for nursing moms?

    Yes. Nursing mothers can find privacy and facilities in the Nursing Suites in Terminals A and B. There are also Mamava free-standing lactation suites in Terminals B, C, and E.

  • Does Boston Logan International Airport provide a quiet space where passengers can decompress after their flight?

    If you or someone you are traveling with needs some quiet time to decompress and re-center after deplaning, feel free to head to the Our Lady Of The Airways Chapel. Located in Terminal C near baggage claim, this quiet, safe space allows passengers to relax undisturbed.

  • Where can I go to rent a car at Boston Logan International Airport?

    You can easily access the rental car facility by boarding a complimentary blue and white rental car shuttle outside baggage claim at the Arrivals curb. The shuttles depart about every 5 minutes and take you to the facility that houses agencies such as Budget, Avis, Hertz, Enterprise, and others.

  • Does Miami International Airport allow you to sleep in the terminals overnight?

    If your flight has been delayed or your travel plans have left you waiting overnight at MIA, you'll most likely be ushered into the landside part of the airport in order to spend the night. You can find padded couches near South Terminal baggage claim and carpeted areas near the Admirals Club in the North Terminal. It is a good idea to wear ear plugs or headphones to cancel out the constant noise of the airport. Also, feel free to ask your airline if they could provide any pillows or blankets.

  • Are there nonstop flights on this route?

    There are numerous frequent non-stop flights between MIA and BOS from multiple Airlines, including JetBlue Airlines, Frontier Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and Spirit Airlines.

  • What can you do to relax at MIA Airport?

    If you wish to relax before your flight, Miami Airport has a Golden Retriever therapy dog that works around the terminal to snuggle with travelers. There's also a yoga room where you can relax and stretch in Terminal H.

  • Can you rent a car at BOS Airport?

    Yes, several rental agencies are available, including Hertz, Budget, National, Payless, Thrifty, Avis, and Alamo. There are free shuttle busses on the lower level of the terminals that take passengers to the rental facility. You can make your reservation through KAYAK.

  • Is there an onsite hotel at BOS?

    Yes, there's an onsite Hotel, the Hilton Boston Logan Airport Hotel, connected to Terminal C and E through a Sky Bridge. There are free hotel shuttles at the other terminals to take passengers to the hotel.

  • What are your travel options from BOS to Boston?

    Taxis are available at the Ground Transportation level, while Uber and Lyft are located at the AppRide/TNC Lots. For public transport, the BTA runs a Silver Line bus SL1 from all airport terminals. You can also take the free Massport shuttle buses to MBTA Subway Station and catch the Blue Line. Alternatively, take the Massport shuttle bus to the Logan International Dock and catch the MBTA Harbor Express or Boston Harbor Cruises.

  • What is the cheapest flight from Miami to Boston?

    In the last 3 days, the lowest price for a flight from Miami to Boston was $39 for a one-way ticket and $88 for a round-trip.

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

    No

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

    All the following airlines offer inflight Wi-Fi service on the Miami to Boston flight route: American Airlines, Delta, JetBlue, Finnair, British Airways, and Iberia.

  • Which aircraft models fly most regularly from Miami to Boston?

    The Airbus A320 (sharklets) is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Miami to Boston flight route.

  • Which airline alliances offer flights from Miami to Boston?

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

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

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

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

    The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Miami to Boston are Delta and JetBlue. With an average price for the route of $229 and an overall rating of 8.0, Delta is the most popular choice. JetBlue is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of $218 and an overall rating of 7.6.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from Miami 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 Miami to Boston.

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

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

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Top tips for finding a cheap flight from MIA to Boston

  • Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found flights on this route for $141 or less one-way and $193 or less round-trip.
  • To get from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) into downtown Boston, you can take the T, meaning MBTA public transportation. You can access the MBTA ferries, the Blue Line subway, or the Silver Line rapid transit buses.
  • If you want to find a quiet place to get some work done, or you want to rock a fussy baby, or you simply want to relax, have a seat in one of the many rocking chairs located throughout the BOS terminals.
  • Active-duty members of the military as well as military retirees may enjoy the services and amenities of the Military Hospitality Lounge at the Miami International Airport (MIA) for free. Open daily from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm, this lounge is in the Central Terminal on Concourse E, Level 2.
  • Miami International Airport (MIA) is about 11 miles from downtown Miami. You can get there by taxi or rideshare but if you'd rather use public transport, take the Orange or Green Line Metrorail that takes about 30min to reach the city. From Miami Beach, take the Metrobus route 150.
  • Parking charges at the Miami Airport garage sit at $17 per day with a time limit of about 60 days. Valet parking charges about $30 per day and has a time limit of about 20 days. Electric vehicle parking and accessible parking are also available at about $17 per day.
  • Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is located approximately 5 miles away from the Boston city center. Apart from Boston, BOS also serves several other cities, including Cambridge, Chelsea, Somerville, Brookline, Malden, Everett, Winthrop, and Revere.
  • Miami International Airport is a hub for American Airlines, while Boston Logan International Airport is a hub for Delta Air Lines and a focus city for JetBlue Airlines.
  • If your flight is delayed, Miami Airport has an onsite hotel inside the Central Terminal Concourse E. The Miami International Airport Hotel is on Level 2 and offers day rooms from 10:00am to 6:00pm.
  • Business travelers can take advantage of the Business Center located between Concourse H and J at Miami Airport. It features computers with printing and internet capabilities, faxing, and various other products and services.
  • Several useful services at MIA Airport include water stations, baggage carts for about $5, luggage storage in the Central Terminal, luggage wrapping, pharmacies in the South and North terminals, pet relief areas at several gates, a chapel in the North Terminal, a Jetsetter Spa in the south terminal, and an XpresSpa in the North Terminal. There are also several art exhibits and galleries throughout the terminals.
  • Some of the family services available at Miami Airport include MIAmamas suites located near several gates airside. If you have kids that need to burn off some energy before your flight, there's a children's play area in Concourse C, airside, and you can also ride the SkyTrain around the terminals.
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Prefer to fly non-stop from Miami to Boston?

Find which airlines fly direct from Miami to Logan Intl, which days they fly and book direct flights.

Nonstop departures

Miami to Boston Logan Intl

Monday

Aeromexico, American Airlines, British Airways, +13 more

Aeromexico, American Airlines, +14 more

Tuesday

Aeromexico, American Airlines, British Airways, +13 more

Aeromexico, American Airlines, +14 more

Wednesday

Aeromexico, American Airlines, British Airways, +13 more

Aeromexico, American Airlines, +14 more

Thursday

Aeromexico, American Airlines, British Airways, +13 more

Aeromexico, American Airlines, +14 more

Friday

Aeromexico, American Airlines, British Airways, +12 more

Aeromexico, American Airlines, +13 more

Saturday

Aeromexico, American Airlines, British Airways, +12 more

Aeromexico, American Airlines, +13 more

Sunday

Aeromexico, American Airlines, British Airways, +13 more

Aeromexico, American Airlines, +14 more

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Nonstop returns

Boston Logan Intl to Miami

Monday

Aeromexico, American Airlines, British Airways, +14 more

Aeromexico, American Airlines, +15 more

Tuesday

Aeromexico, American Airlines, British Airways, +14 more

Aeromexico, American Airlines, +15 more

Wednesday

Aeromexico, American Airlines, Delta, +16 more

Aeromexico, American Airlines, +17 more

Thursday

Aeromexico, American Airlines, British Airways, +14 more

Aeromexico, American Airlines, +15 more

Friday

Aeromexico, American Airlines, British Airways, +15 more

Aeromexico, American Airlines, +16 more

Saturday

Aeromexico, American Airlines, British Airways, +13 more

Aeromexico, American Airlines, +14 more

Sunday

Aeromexico, American Airlines, British Airways, +16 more

Aeromexico, American Airlines, +17 more

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Top 5 airlines serving from Miami to Boston

 
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DeltaOverall score based on 11104 reviews
7.9comfort
8.0entertainment
7.5food
8.2boarding
8.6crew
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The main person that was coordinating everything was a short white/light skin Spanish man and he was very rude. It honestly made me feel like it was everyone’s First day at work. His announcements were very not reasonable and they did not make sense. The stewardess on the flight that made the announcements she didn’t even know what she was talking about she sounded inebriated. There were no snacks or drinks on our flight there wasn’t even much turbulence. This flight was not enjoyable nor was it what a Delta flight should be and just this past week I flew with Delta 3 times.

2.0 MediocreLizette, Mar 2024MIA - JFK
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The main person that was coordinating everything was a short white/light skin Spanish man and he was very rude. It honestly made me feel like it was everyone’s First day at work. His announcements were very not reasonable and they did not make sense. The stewardess on the flight that made the announcements she didn’t even know what she was talking about she sounded inebriated. There were no snacks or drinks on our flight there wasn’t even much turbulence. This flight was not enjoyable nor was it what a Delta flight should be and just this past week I flew with Delta 3 times.

Terrible. Delta delays caused us to miss our flight and they did nothing to fix it.

The A330-200 was showing its age but otherwise this was a pleasant flight with friendly crew. The meals/snack provided were pretty good.

nothing Delta could do... the person sitting next to me was huge and overflowing into my seat

The most unprofessional and disorganized experience I’ve ever had with an airlines. After the flight was diverted on the runway and we returned to the gate, there was no communication about the plans and it took an additional 5 hours to get set up with a hotel and a new flight, information that was not readily given to the passengers and mostly gotten second hand from what other passengers heard from each other. Based on this experience I cannot recommend flying delta again

Crew was great! I need wheelchair assistance and they knew who I was and updated me that my chair was on its way and to just hang tight. There was some turbulence but the captain announced we would be going thru it and he handled the plane well. Landing was soft and his.

I like that it got us where we were going. Everything else needed work. It was 1/2 hour late and we took off an hour late. The plane had to be cleaned and the disabled loaded on board before we could take off which took forever and then we sat at the terminal FOREVER before we took off. The ride was so bumpy that they couldn’t serve drinks and snack but to about 1/2 the plane. Seriously we should have flown out of Fort Lauderdale. We probably would’ve gotten home several hours earlier.

I was traveling with my 85 years old grandma and 60 years old mother. Which I requested to get a wheelchair. I went to the Delta Kiosk and asked for a wheelchair.  They brought a wheelchair and 2 minutes (without exaggerating, time is important for me as I am well disciplined with a military background) later they said that the wheelchair belongs to American Airlines, so we need to switch it.  We were like where is the other one so my grandma can use it? They are like, "it's on its way, she has to wait for the other one" I asked them why does she have to wait? Is it ok for her to sit on this one when the other one arrives. Answer was "NO". I guess lack of common sense was the issue. I started to explain to the agent that she can not stand still or wait. Finally, someone said that in spanish "she can not stand, let's wait for the other one" . Delta's wheelchair came, without an attendant or helper. They brought that wheelchair and left it in the middle of the airport. Nobody seemed to care. I had to push her to the gate. Then they finally realized that "wait a minute, there is something wrong with that". So they send someone, who later started harassing us, to tell us how he works for cash tips. Then a "Private Security Interviewer" approached us. I think his name was Carlos (His descriptions - tall for an average worker, ginger curly hair, wears glasses, overweight). He did not represent himself. All he did was show his badge for two seconds and when (later on) I asked him what his name was, he said "I already told you at the beginning". At that point we were waiting to be called at the Delta Kiosk (this is prior to the Customs first check in point). So, Delta Airlines hired "Private security interviewers" to make sure that nobody brings anything illegally to the US. Which is great, makes me feel safe and secure. But, it does not serve the purpose. Let me explain to you why. These interviewers do not know what they are doing or saying and you can clearly see that. They think that they are CBP or Immigration officers. They will get angry If you ask them any questions. Then they will put all these stickers on the back of your passport like they caught "Pablo Escobar". At one point I was sarcastic and told the interviewer that "I like those stickers, It's my hobby and I am collecting them. Can I have more of those?"  and interviewers eyes and brain goes like "error 404". He did not know how to react or respond to that. Then he flags my itinerary on his iPad. Trying to give me a hard time since I asked him about his name, so I can call him by his name. But of course that did not change the fact that his lack of english made everything even harder. After 45 mins of wait and clearing the "Private Security Interviewer" you would think that we are going to be all set to depart. I was wrong. We waited in line to go through the security line, just like other citizens. No wheelchair, disability, seniority etc were important for her. They treat us like she is in her twenties.  On several occasions they forced her to stand up. She was like "I swear to God that I can not walk, my son I wish I could walk, but I can not". They did not seem like they cared. Then finally they realized that she is legit disabled. They let her pass on a wheelchair. At the gate, Carlos showed up to make sure that I am going through the secondary check. They pulled me to the secondary check. And started asking me about my luggage. My response was "I only have one carry-on bag, to make everyone's (including my life) life easier". They asked the same question over again "Sir, do you just have only one bag?" I replied saying "Yes". She did not believe me and said "Just only one". So, I thought she did not believe me and I said "Yes, Si, Si, solo uno". She looked at me and then turned to the agent (Carlos) and stared at him like "did you not ask him about his bags, did you not know that he only had one carry on?". I am sorry to say that but they just looked like a bunch of idiots who do not know what they are doing. Finally they released me after a minute of secondary check. Meanwhile everyone is boarding and my grandma is waiting on her wheelchair. Then we approached the gate agent and I asked her if I could sit next to my family, if they had any seats available. She replied that "I can not change any seat at the gate, I do not have any authority". I replied "I understood". We got on the plane last and I asked our flight attendant if I could change my seat to be next to my family. FYI, their seats were 10 B and C, mine was the 35 D. Meanwhile there were empty seats on 10 D and F. Even flight attendants surprisingly said that "why did she put you all the way back, while we had 1/2 full flight. I will go and ask her". Our flight attendant was great and he made sure that I am next to my family. He went above and beyond and he gave the closest seat to the. Flight was good. Delta Airlines failed to bring the wheelchair when we arrived. Excuse was "Gate changed, that is why". I walked outside and grabbed an empty wheelchair. I put my grandma and brought her to the Customs. Then a Delta Airline worker approaches me and says that you can not move this wheelchair, it belongs to the gate. We will bring you a new one. A CBP officer heard our conversation and jumped in and said, "wait a minute you want her (pointed my grandma) to wait here while you bring her wheelchair?". He (delta worker) responded "yes sir". But when he talks to me, no sir, nothing. The CBP officer goes "Nope, she is not waiting here and I will make sure to pull her wheelchair". If that officer was not there we probably would have had to wait and be forced to change the wheelchair. The CBP officer, again the CBP officer, not the Delta employee, pushed our wheelchairs to the gate. Sincerely,

The boarding agents appeared to do the minimum customer service. They did not appear to try to find solutions to problems.

The plane looks and feels like we are traveling in a 3rd world country airplane. Dirty bathrooms, horrible food, old and uncomfortable setting, my son’s little table was broken, the chair would stay recline, an so on.

Delayed by almost an hour - I also noticed that all JetBlue flights departing from PBI were delayed yet the weather was perfect.

I loved the wifi, much better than Delta. Seats were old. and bathrooms dingy.

There was no wheelchair or wheelchair escort at the gate..unacceptable

Delayed 4 hours because of maintenance issue they knew about all day. Get another plane. Time is precious!

I liked that boarding and take off were timely despite a 15 minute delay due to weather. The pilot communicated with us the entire flight keeping us informed re: turbulance and slight delays on the runway after we landed.

Has been always great except flight cancelation in the past at very last minute waiting till 2am and we when have to beg for overnight accommodation

There were weather issues and coding problems whatever those refer to, but JetBlue, for two days in a row was unbelievably late. Several hours late, resulting in almost no sleep for passengers like me.

The plane was very hot. There were delays . Generally, the flight was great.

If jet blue is going to offer tv at every seat, fix the headphone connection so you can hear. Haven’t had a usable headphone jack in years

Plane is old and seats are worn. Add to it the plane was dirty. No plugs for laptop.

Crew was great and did their best to make us comfortable and captain came out at the beginning to announce why the flight was delayed, weather situation up ahead, and kept us updated throughout the flight.

That flight was smooth, and staff we courteous. it was a full flight so very tight. The boarding through security was not properly controlled. it was rushed and the scanning process for our bags, etc. was pilling up at the other end with no time to empty our belonging my personal items almost toppled over on the floor if i hadn't caught it rapidly. Was it just that time, or always like this - cant say. other than that all else was fine.

Boarding was friendly and quick. While the plane model was older with no live tv, the entertainment was full of movies and tv shows. All food was available. Pilots were very communicative with status of the flight. Flight landed on time.

It was terrible because the flight was delayed for 3 hours.

Flight canceled due to weather. Rescheduled flight canceled due to maintenance. I’m stuck!

Crowded flight, but upbeat and kind crew. Pilot greeted us at door, flight attendant thanked a number of “special” passengers for their business, another addressed an eight-year old boy as “young man.” United obviously trying to up their game, but though all of that is nice and notable, flying still feels like moving along a human assembly line, being herded into one small space after another (boarding areas with too few seats, planes with limited personal space, shuttles (IAD) packed too full.

You could have been ON TIME! And I was miffed because I spent an extra $82 to get my seat and the steward put a woman from the back in my aisle for nothing because her movies wouldn’t work. I’ll try that next time and save $82!

Again a nearly five hour flight and pretzels is all the food you get and all you can drink water. No electric plugs in economy. Staff was totally not caring. Delta next time

Did not like the seat spacing. The seat was very narrow and tight.

United domestic flight was better than international flight. There was no switch to control Ac In international united flight. Food was also average, Air canada food was much better than united.

Horrible people at the gate, they force me to check in my carry on, even thought no one behind me has to do it. I had to get out of the airport in NY to get my bag and go thru security again on my way to Honk Kong. The worst part is the employee threatened me with loosing the flights if don’t comply.

Delayed abs delayed Gate crew giving poor info - we are definitely leaving at —- Ultimately to cancel flight after 4+ hours of delays Just cancel it earlier

Horrible. Flight was delayed and very bumpy. I was super unhappy

The agents at the gate were rude. The stwards were pleasant. The seats were comfortable. The tray table had crumbs on it. A passenger talked constantlt and very loudly for the entire flight annoying many passengers. The stewards did not ask her to speak in a lower voice but my travel partner did.

Literally the worst experience ever and I had my service dog with me. Flight was supposed to leave at 1:51 PM but the plane arrived late. They boarded us around 3 PM and kept us on the plane for an hour saying that due to weather conditions in Miami, we could not takeoff yet. After waiting for an hour, they deplaned. And then they will not give us our bags back that we could just leave and schedule for another flight. Every hour they kept updating saying we have to wait another hour without any explanation as to what was going on. Eventually, I went to customer service to change my ticket, but by the time I made it to the front of the line, they started boarding my flight again. And then when we got onto the flight, they said there were two flight attendants That were past their shift. They kept us on the plane for about another 40 minutes until they told us they had no other flight attendance and had to deplane again. Then I gave us hotel vouchers and told us we would be on a flight at 6 AM the next day. At this point it is about 9 PM. I get to the hotel with my dog, who hasn’t been able to go potty for about eight hours. When I arrived at the hotel, I got a text alert saying my flight has been canceled at 6 AM and they moved past to 5 AM, however the hotel shuttle doesn’t leave early enough to make it to the airport for 5 AM flight. So me and some other passengers got a cab after about three hours of sleep to get back to the airport. This was the worst experience ever.

One of the worst flights I have ever taken Delayed over an hour without communication from the crew; very scary Entertainment not working Crew NASTY cabin cold

May never fly American again Delay in take off WITHOUT EXPLANATION Cabin freezing Crew NASTY entertainment did not work entire flight

Plane felt so crowded and tightly packed. The chair itself was not comfortable.

Flight was delayed due to crew not being there, besides that it was a normal flight.

We were re routed due to a flight cancellation. We did not fly out of Miami. We originally booked first class and were moved to coach without being compensated.

On time and fast. Overall it was a pleasant experience.

The seat are terrible. Don’t even think of sleeping on a Spirit flight. The kids that run the plane aka flight attendants are pretty rude and straight forward. They get the job done but without class.

I had a death in my family and booked my flight on Spirit. My flight was cancelled the morning of my flight, no explanation, no help to rebook, nobody to talk to. The next available flight was 2days later !!!! Terrible airline, will NEVER fly with them again!

Flight was canceled. Knew there was weather, and were notified of 20 min delayed, and then suddenly canceled. Next reschedule was for 2 days. No help other than to refund. Thankfully full refund and appreciate that. I appreciate discounted airline but felt they could've done more for customer inconvenience.

The seat was very uncomfortable from Boston to Nashville. Otherwise the flight was excellent.

They seemingly have no respect for their customers, on any level. Avoid flying spirit, they will bump you to another flight without thinking twice so they can sell your seat, no joke.

Flying on Spirit Airline is a penny-pinching beat down.

Bag self drop off was terrible! No staff there to help. Almost missed my flight. Would never check a bag in with Spirit again.

They took a horrible route with a lot of turbulence and I eneded up getting sick. Even if the flight takes longer. Don't put people life at risk just to get to the airport on time.

3 hour delay was brutal though not Spirit Airlines fault. the control tower would not let us take off because of weather

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