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Orlando to Atlanta Flight Information
|Avg. Flight Duration||1h 35m|
|Flights Arrive in||Atlanta|
|Flights Depart from||Orlando|
|Airlines||Spirit Airlines, Frontier, JetBlue, Delta, American Airlines, Trujet, United Airlines|
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Pros: All those fake charge offerings -- then find mout you have to buy a seat, buy carry-on lugage, etc. -- plus, you find out a boarding pass that des not scan at TSA security and you have to go all the way backm to then ticket counter to print out another one..
Cons: Boarded late then had to check a bag that should have been a carry-on which delays me when I get there having to go to baggage for sale then sat on the runway for nearly an hour waiting on catering was over two hours too late
Pros: This is my return flight. The cost of the flight was something like $90 round trip from ATL to orlando international. No brainer. I'll take it.
Cons: After spending $90 on the flight I got to check in the day of and find that it is going to cost me $40 down and back to bring a CARRY ON. I then find some fine print that says how to get around the $80 round trip fee. Get a carry on that fits under the seat in front of you. So I pack in a small backpack that can "fit under the seat in front of me" and have less clothes than I want for my trip but am able to offset the almost 100% increase in cost. They didn't appear to care that people had carry on at the terminal despite saying it was going to cost way more to check at the terminal than online. So some people had paid, other didnt. That seemed to irritate some of those who had paid as we talked about this with other people on the flight. I probably could have brought a full size carry on and not had to pay for it, but who knows. On our way back, we were 30min early on 5:45AM flight from ORLANDO, GREAT RIGHT?...but because Frontier did not have their act together, there was no terminal for us to unload from. We actually then waited on the tarmac for over an hour waiting for Frontier to back a plane out that was not even flying until later that afternoon. Our seats in our row did not recline back. I dont know if that was part of the low budget thing or something was broken. We were not in front of an exit row. There was not actually a button to push, so I assume it was part of the low budget thing and they just don't recline. On check in, more cost issues come up - pick a seat...not just a seat for things like extra leg room or up front. They will make you pay for a middle seat next to the toilet if you want it. No one wants that seat, but if you want to sit next to the people in your party, you are going to have to pay for it. I wouldnt recommend it to anyone. I was going to give it a little bit of a slide b/c I knew that it was a budget airline, but, after all the nickle and dime issues, when we had to wait for an hour on the tarmac, I blew an internal fuse and just made my overall bad experience, worse.
Pros: The crew was very nice and friendly aboard the plane.
Cons: Upsells. Upsells. Upsells. It started when I found there was a charge to choose your own seat. Then there were the bag fees. I expected the checked bag fee but they actually charge MORE for carryons. Then when we got to the airport there was a weight charge on top of that. Then, once on board there was a charge for a drink. EVEN WATER. The plane was new, but the seats were hard with little padding and don’t recline at all. Forget about using the tray table, it’s just big enough to set most modern smartphones on. If you buy spirit thinking it was a d al like I did, you will be disappointed. All the fees we ended up paying put the cost above what it would have been to fly southwest.
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