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High Season:
December
Most popular time to fly
5%
expected price increase
Average Price:
$284
(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)
Good Deal:
$181
or less (round trip)

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The cheapest flight from New York LaGuardia to Dallas/Ft Worth & other airports was found 45 days before departure, on average.
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Morning departure is around 17% cheaper than an evening flight, on average*.
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FAQs for Booking New York LaGuardia to Dallas/Ft Worth & other airports Flights

How long does a flight from New York LaGuardia to Dallas/Ft Worth & other airports take?
An average nonstop flight takes 4h 12m, covering a distance of 1387 miles.
How many flights are there between New York LaGuardia and Dallas/Ft Worth & other airports?
There are 243 (nonstop) flights between New York LaGuardia and Dallas/Ft Worth & other airports per week, averaging 39 per day.
Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from New York LaGuardia to Dallas/Ft Worth & other airports?
In the past 3 days, the cheapest round-trip tickets were found on Spirit Airlines ($114) and Multiple Airlines ($155)
Do I need a passport to fly between New York LaGuardia and Dallas/Ft Worth & other airports?
No.
Which airlines fly most frequently between New York LaGuardia and Dallas/Ft Worth & other airports?
American Airlines (15 times daily), Delta (10 times daily), Qantas Airways (5 times daily) are the most frequent flyers on this route.
What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly New York LaGuardia to Dallas/Ft Worth & other airports?
For New York LaGuardia to Dallas/Ft Worth & other airports, Wednesday is the cheapest day to fly on average and Friday is the most expensive. Flying from Dallas/Ft Worth & other airports back to New York LaGuardia, the best deals are generally found on Tuesday, with Thursday being the most expensive.

Book cheap flights from New York LaGuardia to Dallas/Ft Worth & other airports (round-trip)

Airports
Origin
New York
$114
only
$114
Destination
Dallas
$114
only
$114
Wed, Feb 7
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Tue, Feb 13
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 7 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.6

Quick boarding

HATED: Being charged for every little thing, that in the end, equals or exceeds the amount one would spend on a major carrier. Having someone next to me that takes up one and a half seats when they probably should've been charged for 1.5 seats. Condescending flight attendant who insisted that I take out the safety pamphlet and read along, refusing to continue her presentation and glaring at me until I did so, as if I were a child. The website which is cumbersome and has virtually every page trying to hard sell something extra.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 10.0

Good

All

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.0

By the time I paid for my carry on roller suitcase and my purse, any cost savings to be had from Spirit were negated. On departure, the gate changed well over an hour before boarding - a fact that I only knew because I happened to catch a single audio announcement in the airport, since Spirit's site and Google's flight tracking both showed the old gate until takeoff. When I boarded I was stunned at the (lack of) quality of the seating inside - hard plastic bus terminal chairs lined in rows sported bungee cords with safety pamphlets jammed into them on their backs in lieu of seat back pockets. Naturally no reclining. We taxied for ~25m on departure and arrival, though it only makes sense that a barebones airline would settle for suboptimal runway assignment to save a buck. Just something to keep in mind in relation to total travel time. A look at the drink menu reveals surprises even for a seasoned barfly - what's this vodka I've somehow never even heard of before? How about one of those awful premixed cocktails in a cool sphere package that you see in a bin by the checkout at a cheap liquor store? If you have no bags (seriously zero bags, no purse/tote/bindle) and the $50 you save is worth it in lost time and comfort to you, go for it. Otherwise for goodness sakes just book Southwest and wind up paying less/the same to fly on a big kid airplane.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.6

Flight ended up being a hour quicker and positive energy from the crew.

No type of entertainment on the flight, no wifi was available, really hard and uncomfortable seats, food selection wasn't great except for the alcohol to help make your flight go by quicker.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.3

Not one thing

I weigh about 165 and I fit comfortably in the center seat, however when a sweating, panting 300 pound lady sits down next to me spreads her legs out and and I have to lean forward for the entire trip because of her back fat, I seriously don't think I received the full seat for which I paid. Additionally, she was at the window seat in an emergency exit and the fact she could barely hoist herself down the aisle without getting winded calls the questions; could she actually lift the 40 pound door if needed? And could she actually negotiate herself out the door in the 90 seconds required by the airline for evacuation? I am certain the answer is no. There must be provisions that preclude an unusually large person from purchasing only one seat when clearly she needed both hers and mine, and keeping them from siting in the exit seat. There's a safety issue at hand here. Oh, and thanks, Spirit, for robbing me of $50 each way for a small carry on.

Wed, Feb 7
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Thu, Feb 15
DFW
LGA
3h 28m
Trip: 9 days
Overall 0.0 Poor
Based on 0 reviews
Sat, Jan 27
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Thu, Feb 1
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 6 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Excellent 8.0

Seats to small

LGA
DFW
Excellent 8.0

Was skeptical after reading horror stories of Spirit Airlines. Everything was good and not at all as the horror stories depicted

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.6

Flight ended up being a hour quicker and positive energy from the crew.

No type of entertainment on the flight, no wifi was available, really hard and uncomfortable seats, food selection wasn't great except for the alcohol to help make your flight go by quicker.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 10.0

Good

All

LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

Plane arrived nearly an hour early. The crew were all friendly and helpful

Cramped space

Thu, Feb 1
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Mon, Feb 5
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 5 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.6

Quick boarding

HATED: Being charged for every little thing, that in the end, equals or exceeds the amount one would spend on a major carrier. Having someone next to me that takes up one and a half seats when they probably should've been charged for 1.5 seats. Condescending flight attendant who insisted that I take out the safety pamphlet and read along, refusing to continue her presentation and glaring at me until I did so, as if I were a child. The website which is cumbersome and has virtually every page trying to hard sell something extra.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 10.0

Good

All

LGA
DFW
Excellent 8.0

Was skeptical after reading horror stories of Spirit Airlines. Everything was good and not at all as the horror stories depicted

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.6

Flight ended up being a hour quicker and positive energy from the crew.

No type of entertainment on the flight, no wifi was available, really hard and uncomfortable seats, food selection wasn't great except for the alcohol to help make your flight go by quicker.

LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

Plane arrived nearly an hour early. The crew were all friendly and helpful

Cramped space

Sat, Feb 3
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Tue, Feb 13
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 11 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

The crew were delightful! Tried very hard to please. Went beyond other flight experiences.

The pay for every little thing is annoying. No influght entertainment at all. Flight from lga to dfw way to long for no amenities. 47.00 for a carry on bag is absurd. Will avoid taking spirit! Loved the flight attendants.

LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

Plane arrived nearly an hour early. The crew were all friendly and helpful

Cramped space

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.0

By the time I paid for my carry on roller suitcase and my purse, any cost savings to be had from Spirit were negated. On departure, the gate changed well over an hour before boarding - a fact that I only knew because I happened to catch a single audio announcement in the airport, since Spirit's site and Google's flight tracking both showed the old gate until takeoff. When I boarded I was stunned at the (lack of) quality of the seating inside - hard plastic bus terminal chairs lined in rows sported bungee cords with safety pamphlets jammed into them on their backs in lieu of seat back pockets. Naturally no reclining. We taxied for ~25m on departure and arrival, though it only makes sense that a barebones airline would settle for suboptimal runway assignment to save a buck. Just something to keep in mind in relation to total travel time. A look at the drink menu reveals surprises even for a seasoned barfly - what's this vodka I've somehow never even heard of before? How about one of those awful premixed cocktails in a cool sphere package that you see in a bin by the checkout at a cheap liquor store? If you have no bags (seriously zero bags, no purse/tote/bindle) and the $50 you save is worth it in lost time and comfort to you, go for it. Otherwise for goodness sakes just book Southwest and wind up paying less/the same to fly on a big kid airplane.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 9.0

new planes, friendly and engaging staff, clean, lacks that old smell that a lot of other airlines have, no frills, pay as you want. excellent smooth landing

nothing really. cabin pressure was a little high

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.6

Quick boarding

HATED: Being charged for every little thing, that in the end, equals or exceeds the amount one would spend on a major carrier. Having someone next to me that takes up one and a half seats when they probably should've been charged for 1.5 seats. Condescending flight attendant who insisted that I take out the safety pamphlet and read along, refusing to continue her presentation and glaring at me until I did so, as if I were a child. The website which is cumbersome and has virtually every page trying to hard sell something extra.

Fri, Feb 9
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Thu, Feb 15
DFW
LGA
3h 27m
Trip: 7 days
Overall 0.0 Poor
Based on 0 reviews
Mon, Jan 29
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Fri, Feb 2
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 5 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

The crew were delightful! Tried very hard to please. Went beyond other flight experiences.

The pay for every little thing is annoying. No influght entertainment at all. Flight from lga to dfw way to long for no amenities. 47.00 for a carry on bag is absurd. Will avoid taking spirit! Loved the flight attendants.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.6

Quick boarding

HATED: Being charged for every little thing, that in the end, equals or exceeds the amount one would spend on a major carrier. Having someone next to me that takes up one and a half seats when they probably should've been charged for 1.5 seats. Condescending flight attendant who insisted that I take out the safety pamphlet and read along, refusing to continue her presentation and glaring at me until I did so, as if I were a child. The website which is cumbersome and has virtually every page trying to hard sell something extra.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.0

Traveled on busy travel day, got to gate with 20 min to spare, no one there or behind counter. Finally found another airline counter that heard a changed gate announcement so sent me to that gate, which wasn't close by. Got there, plane still there but, AGAIN, no one from Spriit was around. Flight then took off 5 min early and I had to go down to baggage to tell them to hold my bag that was enroute to Dallas!! Had to buy another ticket to fly next morning but on a different airline.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.6

Flight ended up being a hour quicker and positive energy from the crew.

No type of entertainment on the flight, no wifi was available, really hard and uncomfortable seats, food selection wasn't great except for the alcohol to help make your flight go by quicker.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 10.0

Good

All

Wed, Jan 31
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Fri, Feb 2
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 3 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.3

We had the worst flight attendant I have ever had in all my travels. She was the rudest and most hateful lady.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.6

Quick boarding

HATED: Being charged for every little thing, that in the end, equals or exceeds the amount one would spend on a major carrier. Having someone next to me that takes up one and a half seats when they probably should've been charged for 1.5 seats. Condescending flight attendant who insisted that I take out the safety pamphlet and read along, refusing to continue her presentation and glaring at me until I did so, as if I were a child. The website which is cumbersome and has virtually every page trying to hard sell something extra.

LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

The crew were delightful! Tried very hard to please. Went beyond other flight experiences.

The pay for every little thing is annoying. No influght entertainment at all. Flight from lga to dfw way to long for no amenities. 47.00 for a carry on bag is absurd. Will avoid taking spirit! Loved the flight attendants.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.6

Flight ended up being a hour quicker and positive energy from the crew.

No type of entertainment on the flight, no wifi was available, really hard and uncomfortable seats, food selection wasn't great except for the alcohol to help make your flight go by quicker.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.0

Traveled on busy travel day, got to gate with 20 min to spare, no one there or behind counter. Finally found another airline counter that heard a changed gate announcement so sent me to that gate, which wasn't close by. Got there, plane still there but, AGAIN, no one from Spriit was around. Flight then took off 5 min early and I had to go down to baggage to tell them to hold my bag that was enroute to Dallas!! Had to buy another ticket to fly next morning but on a different airline.

Thu, Feb 1
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Thu, Feb 8
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 8 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.6

Flight ended up being a hour quicker and positive energy from the crew.

No type of entertainment on the flight, no wifi was available, really hard and uncomfortable seats, food selection wasn't great except for the alcohol to help make your flight go by quicker.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.3

Not one thing

I weigh about 165 and I fit comfortably in the center seat, however when a sweating, panting 300 pound lady sits down next to me spreads her legs out and and I have to lean forward for the entire trip because of her back fat, I seriously don't think I received the full seat for which I paid. Additionally, she was at the window seat in an emergency exit and the fact she could barely hoist herself down the aisle without getting winded calls the questions; could she actually lift the 40 pound door if needed? And could she actually negotiate herself out the door in the 90 seconds required by the airline for evacuation? I am certain the answer is no. There must be provisions that preclude an unusually large person from purchasing only one seat when clearly she needed both hers and mine, and keeping them from siting in the exit seat. There's a safety issue at hand here. Oh, and thanks, Spirit, for robbing me of $50 each way for a small carry on.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 8.0

Was skeptical after reading horror stories of Spirit Airlines. Everything was good and not at all as the horror stories depicted

LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

The crew were delightful! Tried very hard to please. Went beyond other flight experiences.

The pay for every little thing is annoying. No influght entertainment at all. Flight from lga to dfw way to long for no amenities. 47.00 for a carry on bag is absurd. Will avoid taking spirit! Loved the flight attendants.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.3

We had the worst flight attendant I have ever had in all my travels. She was the rudest and most hateful lady.

Sun, Feb 4
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Mon, Feb 5
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 2 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.3

We had the worst flight attendant I have ever had in all my travels. She was the rudest and most hateful lady.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.6

Quick boarding

HATED: Being charged for every little thing, that in the end, equals or exceeds the amount one would spend on a major carrier. Having someone next to me that takes up one and a half seats when they probably should've been charged for 1.5 seats. Condescending flight attendant who insisted that I take out the safety pamphlet and read along, refusing to continue her presentation and glaring at me until I did so, as if I were a child. The website which is cumbersome and has virtually every page trying to hard sell something extra.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.0

By the time I paid for my carry on roller suitcase and my purse, any cost savings to be had from Spirit were negated. On departure, the gate changed well over an hour before boarding - a fact that I only knew because I happened to catch a single audio announcement in the airport, since Spirit's site and Google's flight tracking both showed the old gate until takeoff. When I boarded I was stunned at the (lack of) quality of the seating inside - hard plastic bus terminal chairs lined in rows sported bungee cords with safety pamphlets jammed into them on their backs in lieu of seat back pockets. Naturally no reclining. We taxied for ~25m on departure and arrival, though it only makes sense that a barebones airline would settle for suboptimal runway assignment to save a buck. Just something to keep in mind in relation to total travel time. A look at the drink menu reveals surprises even for a seasoned barfly - what's this vodka I've somehow never even heard of before? How about one of those awful premixed cocktails in a cool sphere package that you see in a bin by the checkout at a cheap liquor store? If you have no bags (seriously zero bags, no purse/tote/bindle) and the $50 you save is worth it in lost time and comfort to you, go for it. Otherwise for goodness sakes just book Southwest and wind up paying less/the same to fly on a big kid airplane.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.3

Not one thing

I weigh about 165 and I fit comfortably in the center seat, however when a sweating, panting 300 pound lady sits down next to me spreads her legs out and and I have to lean forward for the entire trip because of her back fat, I seriously don't think I received the full seat for which I paid. Additionally, she was at the window seat in an emergency exit and the fact she could barely hoist herself down the aisle without getting winded calls the questions; could she actually lift the 40 pound door if needed? And could she actually negotiate herself out the door in the 90 seconds required by the airline for evacuation? I am certain the answer is no. There must be provisions that preclude an unusually large person from purchasing only one seat when clearly she needed both hers and mine, and keeping them from siting in the exit seat. There's a safety issue at hand here. Oh, and thanks, Spirit, for robbing me of $50 each way for a small carry on.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 10.0

Good

All

Wed, Feb 7
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Tue, Feb 13
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 7 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.3

Not one thing

I weigh about 165 and I fit comfortably in the center seat, however when a sweating, panting 300 pound lady sits down next to me spreads her legs out and and I have to lean forward for the entire trip because of her back fat, I seriously don't think I received the full seat for which I paid. Additionally, she was at the window seat in an emergency exit and the fact she could barely hoist herself down the aisle without getting winded calls the questions; could she actually lift the 40 pound door if needed? And could she actually negotiate herself out the door in the 90 seconds required by the airline for evacuation? I am certain the answer is no. There must be provisions that preclude an unusually large person from purchasing only one seat when clearly she needed both hers and mine, and keeping them from siting in the exit seat. There's a safety issue at hand here. Oh, and thanks, Spirit, for robbing me of $50 each way for a small carry on.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.6

Flight ended up being a hour quicker and positive energy from the crew.

No type of entertainment on the flight, no wifi was available, really hard and uncomfortable seats, food selection wasn't great except for the alcohol to help make your flight go by quicker.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 10.0

Good

All

LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

The crew were delightful! Tried very hard to please. Went beyond other flight experiences.

The pay for every little thing is annoying. No influght entertainment at all. Flight from lga to dfw way to long for no amenities. 47.00 for a carry on bag is absurd. Will avoid taking spirit! Loved the flight attendants.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.6

Quick boarding

HATED: Being charged for every little thing, that in the end, equals or exceeds the amount one would spend on a major carrier. Having someone next to me that takes up one and a half seats when they probably should've been charged for 1.5 seats. Condescending flight attendant who insisted that I take out the safety pamphlet and read along, refusing to continue her presentation and glaring at me until I did so, as if I were a child. The website which is cumbersome and has virtually every page trying to hard sell something extra.

Fri, Feb 2
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Mon, Feb 5
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 4 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.3

Not one thing

I weigh about 165 and I fit comfortably in the center seat, however when a sweating, panting 300 pound lady sits down next to me spreads her legs out and and I have to lean forward for the entire trip because of her back fat, I seriously don't think I received the full seat for which I paid. Additionally, she was at the window seat in an emergency exit and the fact she could barely hoist herself down the aisle without getting winded calls the questions; could she actually lift the 40 pound door if needed? And could she actually negotiate herself out the door in the 90 seconds required by the airline for evacuation? I am certain the answer is no. There must be provisions that preclude an unusually large person from purchasing only one seat when clearly she needed both hers and mine, and keeping them from siting in the exit seat. There's a safety issue at hand here. Oh, and thanks, Spirit, for robbing me of $50 each way for a small carry on.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.6

Quick boarding

HATED: Being charged for every little thing, that in the end, equals or exceeds the amount one would spend on a major carrier. Having someone next to me that takes up one and a half seats when they probably should've been charged for 1.5 seats. Condescending flight attendant who insisted that I take out the safety pamphlet and read along, refusing to continue her presentation and glaring at me until I did so, as if I were a child. The website which is cumbersome and has virtually every page trying to hard sell something extra.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 9.0

new planes, friendly and engaging staff, clean, lacks that old smell that a lot of other airlines have, no frills, pay as you want. excellent smooth landing

nothing really. cabin pressure was a little high

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.0

By the time I paid for my carry on roller suitcase and my purse, any cost savings to be had from Spirit were negated. On departure, the gate changed well over an hour before boarding - a fact that I only knew because I happened to catch a single audio announcement in the airport, since Spirit's site and Google's flight tracking both showed the old gate until takeoff. When I boarded I was stunned at the (lack of) quality of the seating inside - hard plastic bus terminal chairs lined in rows sported bungee cords with safety pamphlets jammed into them on their backs in lieu of seat back pockets. Naturally no reclining. We taxied for ~25m on departure and arrival, though it only makes sense that a barebones airline would settle for suboptimal runway assignment to save a buck. Just something to keep in mind in relation to total travel time. A look at the drink menu reveals surprises even for a seasoned barfly - what's this vodka I've somehow never even heard of before? How about one of those awful premixed cocktails in a cool sphere package that you see in a bin by the checkout at a cheap liquor store? If you have no bags (seriously zero bags, no purse/tote/bindle) and the $50 you save is worth it in lost time and comfort to you, go for it. Otherwise for goodness sakes just book Southwest and wind up paying less/the same to fly on a big kid airplane.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.6

Flight ended up being a hour quicker and positive energy from the crew.

No type of entertainment on the flight, no wifi was available, really hard and uncomfortable seats, food selection wasn't great except for the alcohol to help make your flight go by quicker.

Fri, Feb 9
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Sun, Feb 11
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 3 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.6

Flight ended up being a hour quicker and positive energy from the crew.

No type of entertainment on the flight, no wifi was available, really hard and uncomfortable seats, food selection wasn't great except for the alcohol to help make your flight go by quicker.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 10.0

Good

All

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.0

By the time I paid for my carry on roller suitcase and my purse, any cost savings to be had from Spirit were negated. On departure, the gate changed well over an hour before boarding - a fact that I only knew because I happened to catch a single audio announcement in the airport, since Spirit's site and Google's flight tracking both showed the old gate until takeoff. When I boarded I was stunned at the (lack of) quality of the seating inside - hard plastic bus terminal chairs lined in rows sported bungee cords with safety pamphlets jammed into them on their backs in lieu of seat back pockets. Naturally no reclining. We taxied for ~25m on departure and arrival, though it only makes sense that a barebones airline would settle for suboptimal runway assignment to save a buck. Just something to keep in mind in relation to total travel time. A look at the drink menu reveals surprises even for a seasoned barfly - what's this vodka I've somehow never even heard of before? How about one of those awful premixed cocktails in a cool sphere package that you see in a bin by the checkout at a cheap liquor store? If you have no bags (seriously zero bags, no purse/tote/bindle) and the $50 you save is worth it in lost time and comfort to you, go for it. Otherwise for goodness sakes just book Southwest and wind up paying less/the same to fly on a big kid airplane.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.0

Traveled on busy travel day, got to gate with 20 min to spare, no one there or behind counter. Finally found another airline counter that heard a changed gate announcement so sent me to that gate, which wasn't close by. Got there, plane still there but, AGAIN, no one from Spriit was around. Flight then took off 5 min early and I had to go down to baggage to tell them to hold my bag that was enroute to Dallas!! Had to buy another ticket to fly next morning but on a different airline.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.3

Not one thing

I weigh about 165 and I fit comfortably in the center seat, however when a sweating, panting 300 pound lady sits down next to me spreads her legs out and and I have to lean forward for the entire trip because of her back fat, I seriously don't think I received the full seat for which I paid. Additionally, she was at the window seat in an emergency exit and the fact she could barely hoist herself down the aisle without getting winded calls the questions; could she actually lift the 40 pound door if needed? And could she actually negotiate herself out the door in the 90 seconds required by the airline for evacuation? I am certain the answer is no. There must be provisions that preclude an unusually large person from purchasing only one seat when clearly she needed both hers and mine, and keeping them from siting in the exit seat. There's a safety issue at hand here. Oh, and thanks, Spirit, for robbing me of $50 each way for a small carry on.

Tue, Jan 30
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Wed, Feb 14
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 16 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.0

Traveled on busy travel day, got to gate with 20 min to spare, no one there or behind counter. Finally found another airline counter that heard a changed gate announcement so sent me to that gate, which wasn't close by. Got there, plane still there but, AGAIN, no one from Spriit was around. Flight then took off 5 min early and I had to go down to baggage to tell them to hold my bag that was enroute to Dallas!! Had to buy another ticket to fly next morning but on a different airline.

LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

The crew were delightful! Tried very hard to please. Went beyond other flight experiences.

The pay for every little thing is annoying. No influght entertainment at all. Flight from lga to dfw way to long for no amenities. 47.00 for a carry on bag is absurd. Will avoid taking spirit! Loved the flight attendants.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.6

Flight ended up being a hour quicker and positive energy from the crew.

No type of entertainment on the flight, no wifi was available, really hard and uncomfortable seats, food selection wasn't great except for the alcohol to help make your flight go by quicker.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 8.0

Was skeptical after reading horror stories of Spirit Airlines. Everything was good and not at all as the horror stories depicted

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.0

By the time I paid for my carry on roller suitcase and my purse, any cost savings to be had from Spirit were negated. On departure, the gate changed well over an hour before boarding - a fact that I only knew because I happened to catch a single audio announcement in the airport, since Spirit's site and Google's flight tracking both showed the old gate until takeoff. When I boarded I was stunned at the (lack of) quality of the seating inside - hard plastic bus terminal chairs lined in rows sported bungee cords with safety pamphlets jammed into them on their backs in lieu of seat back pockets. Naturally no reclining. We taxied for ~25m on departure and arrival, though it only makes sense that a barebones airline would settle for suboptimal runway assignment to save a buck. Just something to keep in mind in relation to total travel time. A look at the drink menu reveals surprises even for a seasoned barfly - what's this vodka I've somehow never even heard of before? How about one of those awful premixed cocktails in a cool sphere package that you see in a bin by the checkout at a cheap liquor store? If you have no bags (seriously zero bags, no purse/tote/bindle) and the $50 you save is worth it in lost time and comfort to you, go for it. Otherwise for goodness sakes just book Southwest and wind up paying less/the same to fly on a big kid airplane.

Wed, Jan 31
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Wed, Feb 14
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 15 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

Plane arrived nearly an hour early. The crew were all friendly and helpful

Cramped space

LGA
DFW
Excellent 8.0

Seats to small

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.0

By the time I paid for my carry on roller suitcase and my purse, any cost savings to be had from Spirit were negated. On departure, the gate changed well over an hour before boarding - a fact that I only knew because I happened to catch a single audio announcement in the airport, since Spirit's site and Google's flight tracking both showed the old gate until takeoff. When I boarded I was stunned at the (lack of) quality of the seating inside - hard plastic bus terminal chairs lined in rows sported bungee cords with safety pamphlets jammed into them on their backs in lieu of seat back pockets. Naturally no reclining. We taxied for ~25m on departure and arrival, though it only makes sense that a barebones airline would settle for suboptimal runway assignment to save a buck. Just something to keep in mind in relation to total travel time. A look at the drink menu reveals surprises even for a seasoned barfly - what's this vodka I've somehow never even heard of before? How about one of those awful premixed cocktails in a cool sphere package that you see in a bin by the checkout at a cheap liquor store? If you have no bags (seriously zero bags, no purse/tote/bindle) and the $50 you save is worth it in lost time and comfort to you, go for it. Otherwise for goodness sakes just book Southwest and wind up paying less/the same to fly on a big kid airplane.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 8.0

Was skeptical after reading horror stories of Spirit Airlines. Everything was good and not at all as the horror stories depicted

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.0

Traveled on busy travel day, got to gate with 20 min to spare, no one there or behind counter. Finally found another airline counter that heard a changed gate announcement so sent me to that gate, which wasn't close by. Got there, plane still there but, AGAIN, no one from Spriit was around. Flight then took off 5 min early and I had to go down to baggage to tell them to hold my bag that was enroute to Dallas!! Had to buy another ticket to fly next morning but on a different airline.

Thu, Feb 1
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Wed, Feb 14
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 14 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.3

Not one thing

I weigh about 165 and I fit comfortably in the center seat, however when a sweating, panting 300 pound lady sits down next to me spreads her legs out and and I have to lean forward for the entire trip because of her back fat, I seriously don't think I received the full seat for which I paid. Additionally, she was at the window seat in an emergency exit and the fact she could barely hoist herself down the aisle without getting winded calls the questions; could she actually lift the 40 pound door if needed? And could she actually negotiate herself out the door in the 90 seconds required by the airline for evacuation? I am certain the answer is no. There must be provisions that preclude an unusually large person from purchasing only one seat when clearly she needed both hers and mine, and keeping them from siting in the exit seat. There's a safety issue at hand here. Oh, and thanks, Spirit, for robbing me of $50 each way for a small carry on.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.3

We had the worst flight attendant I have ever had in all my travels. She was the rudest and most hateful lady.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.6

Flight ended up being a hour quicker and positive energy from the crew.

No type of entertainment on the flight, no wifi was available, really hard and uncomfortable seats, food selection wasn't great except for the alcohol to help make your flight go by quicker.

LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

Plane arrived nearly an hour early. The crew were all friendly and helpful

Cramped space

LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

The crew were delightful! Tried very hard to please. Went beyond other flight experiences.

The pay for every little thing is annoying. No influght entertainment at all. Flight from lga to dfw way to long for no amenities. 47.00 for a carry on bag is absurd. Will avoid taking spirit! Loved the flight attendants.

Fri, Feb 2
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Wed, Feb 14
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 13 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.3

Not one thing

I weigh about 165 and I fit comfortably in the center seat, however when a sweating, panting 300 pound lady sits down next to me spreads her legs out and and I have to lean forward for the entire trip because of her back fat, I seriously don't think I received the full seat for which I paid. Additionally, she was at the window seat in an emergency exit and the fact she could barely hoist herself down the aisle without getting winded calls the questions; could she actually lift the 40 pound door if needed? And could she actually negotiate herself out the door in the 90 seconds required by the airline for evacuation? I am certain the answer is no. There must be provisions that preclude an unusually large person from purchasing only one seat when clearly she needed both hers and mine, and keeping them from siting in the exit seat. There's a safety issue at hand here. Oh, and thanks, Spirit, for robbing me of $50 each way for a small carry on.

LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

Plane arrived nearly an hour early. The crew were all friendly and helpful

Cramped space

LGA
DFW
Excellent 8.0

Was skeptical after reading horror stories of Spirit Airlines. Everything was good and not at all as the horror stories depicted

LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

The crew were delightful! Tried very hard to please. Went beyond other flight experiences.

The pay for every little thing is annoying. No influght entertainment at all. Flight from lga to dfw way to long for no amenities. 47.00 for a carry on bag is absurd. Will avoid taking spirit! Loved the flight attendants.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 9.0

new planes, friendly and engaging staff, clean, lacks that old smell that a lot of other airlines have, no frills, pay as you want. excellent smooth landing

nothing really. cabin pressure was a little high

Sat, Feb 3
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Mon, Feb 12
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 10 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Excellent 8.0

Seats to small

LGA
DFW
Excellent 8.0

Was skeptical after reading horror stories of Spirit Airlines. Everything was good and not at all as the horror stories depicted

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.3

We had the worst flight attendant I have ever had in all my travels. She was the rudest and most hateful lady.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 9.0

new planes, friendly and engaging staff, clean, lacks that old smell that a lot of other airlines have, no frills, pay as you want. excellent smooth landing

nothing really. cabin pressure was a little high

LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

The crew were delightful! Tried very hard to please. Went beyond other flight experiences.

The pay for every little thing is annoying. No influght entertainment at all. Flight from lga to dfw way to long for no amenities. 47.00 for a carry on bag is absurd. Will avoid taking spirit! Loved the flight attendants.

Sun, Feb 4
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Wed, Feb 14
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 11 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

Plane arrived nearly an hour early. The crew were all friendly and helpful

Cramped space

LGA
DFW
Excellent 8.0

Seats to small

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.6

Quick boarding

HATED: Being charged for every little thing, that in the end, equals or exceeds the amount one would spend on a major carrier. Having someone next to me that takes up one and a half seats when they probably should've been charged for 1.5 seats. Condescending flight attendant who insisted that I take out the safety pamphlet and read along, refusing to continue her presentation and glaring at me until I did so, as if I were a child. The website which is cumbersome and has virtually every page trying to hard sell something extra.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.3

We had the worst flight attendant I have ever had in all my travels. She was the rudest and most hateful lady.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 8.0

Was skeptical after reading horror stories of Spirit Airlines. Everything was good and not at all as the horror stories depicted

Mon, Feb 5
LGA
DFW
4h 12m
Tue, Feb 13
DFW
LGA
3h 25m
Trip: 9 days
5.1OkayShow reviews
Overall 5.1 Okay
Based on 142 reviews
Overall
5.7
Boarding
6.0
Comfort
5.3
Crew
6.4
Entertainment
4.5
Food
4.6
LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.0

Traveled on busy travel day, got to gate with 20 min to spare, no one there or behind counter. Finally found another airline counter that heard a changed gate announcement so sent me to that gate, which wasn't close by. Got there, plane still there but, AGAIN, no one from Spriit was around. Flight then took off 5 min early and I had to go down to baggage to tell them to hold my bag that was enroute to Dallas!! Had to buy another ticket to fly next morning but on a different airline.

LGA
DFW
Good 6.6

The crew were delightful! Tried very hard to please. Went beyond other flight experiences.

The pay for every little thing is annoying. No influght entertainment at all. Flight from lga to dfw way to long for no amenities. 47.00 for a carry on bag is absurd. Will avoid taking spirit! Loved the flight attendants.

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 3.6

Flight ended up being a hour quicker and positive energy from the crew.

No type of entertainment on the flight, no wifi was available, really hard and uncomfortable seats, food selection wasn't great except for the alcohol to help make your flight go by quicker.

LGA
DFW
Excellent 8.0

Was skeptical after reading horror stories of Spirit Airlines. Everything was good and not at all as the horror stories depicted

LGA
DFW
Mediocre 2.0

By the time I paid for my carry on roller suitcase and my purse, any cost savings to be had from Spirit were negated. On departure, the gate changed well over an hour before boarding - a fact that I only knew because I happened to catch a single audio announcement in the airport, since Spirit's site and Google's flight tracking both showed the old gate until takeoff. When I boarded I was stunned at the (lack of) quality of the seating inside - hard plastic bus terminal chairs lined in rows sported bungee cords with safety pamphlets jammed into them on their backs in lieu of seat back pockets. Naturally no reclining. We taxied for ~25m on departure and arrival, though it only makes sense that a barebones airline would settle for suboptimal runway assignment to save a buck. Just something to keep in mind in relation to total travel time. A look at the drink menu reveals surprises even for a seasoned barfly - what's this vodka I've somehow never even heard of before? How about one of those awful premixed cocktails in a cool sphere package that you see in a bin by the checkout at a cheap liquor store? If you have no bags (seriously zero bags, no purse/tote/bindle) and the $50 you save is worth it in lost time and comfort to you, go for it. Otherwise for goodness sakes just book Southwest and wind up paying less/the same to fly on a big kid airplane.

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Avg. Flight Duration 3h 48m
Flights Arrive in Dallas/Ft Worth & other airports
Flights Depart from New York LaGuardia
Flight Price $114
Distance 1387 miles
Airlines Spirit Airlines
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