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Cheap Flights From Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (FLL) To Los Angeles, California (LAX)

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$267 RT to
Los Angeles, CA (LAX)
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Spirit Airlines
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16 Days
Available:
Wed-Fri
Travel Starting:
Thursday, 06 November 2014
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Last Updated:
Tuesday, 21 October 2014
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$316 RT No min. stay. Fare can be bought one-way for half the lowest roundtrip ... (Southwest) See all details »
  • Airline(s):
    Southwest
  • Seats are:
    Seats Are Not Available On All Flights Or All Dates Of Travel. You May Need To Have Flexible Travel Dates To Find This Fare. Fares For Travel On Holidays May Be Higher.
  • Advance Purchase:
    14 Days
  • Available for travel:
    Mon-Fri & Sun
  • Travel ending:
    Monday, April 6, 2015
  • More Details:
    No Min. Stay, Fare Can Be Bought One-way For Half The Lowest Roundtrip Price, No Peak Holiday Travel At This Price
  • Last Updated:
    Tuesday, October 21, 2014
  • Our Notes:
    Travel to Florida Sun-Wed; Travel from Florida Tue-Fri. We found seats for departure Jan. 14 and return Jan. 21. There are other dates available as well. ...moreThis is a fare from Southwest - visit Southwest.com to find this fare. Other airlines often match Southwest sales, so search other sites to find the best option.
$328 RT Winter/Spring travel; Nonstop flights. No min. stay. Fare can be bought... (Virgin America, JetBlue) See all details »
  • Airline(s):
    Virgin America, JetBlue
  • Seats are:
    Seats Are Not Available On All Flights Or All Dates Of Travel. You May Need To Have Flexible Travel Dates To Find This Fare. Fares For Travel On Holidays May Be Higher.
  • Advance Purchase:
    21 Days
  • Available for travel:
    7 Days/week, If Available
  • Travel ending:
    Saturday, June 6, 2015
  • More Details:
    Winter/Spring Travel; Nonstop Flights, No Min. Stay, Fare Can Be Bought One-way For Half The Lowest Roundtrip Price, No Peak Holiday Travel At This Price
  • Last Updated:
    Tuesday, October 21, 2014
  • Our Notes:
    Fares are higher for December travel. When we checked, we found seats at this price departing Jan 20 and returning Jan 27. There are other dates available ...moreas well. CheapAir charges a $9.95 booking fee. Use caution when booking as flights from/to Fort Lauderdale (FLL) and Miami (MIA) airports will be shown. Lower fares may be available from/to nearby South Florida airports. Travel Tue/Wed between early March and early April.

Reviews for Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles (FLL-LAX)

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    Spirit - The Worst Airline

    by chamonix on May 5, 2011

    Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles

    Airline:
    Spirit Airlines
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    May 2011
    Seat Class:
    economy

    My flight started with their website not working and being unable to pay for a checked baggage which led to an email fight. I had to threaten them with a complaint to the BBB in order to be reimbursed a lousy $4. On the departing flight, I had a seat that didn't recline, screaming children behind me and 2 women next to me who spoke loudly, literally non-stop for 5 hours on a night flight. I couldn't block them out even with earplugs. On the way back, they had 2 attendants to check in hundreds of passengers, working at snail's pace so that we almost missed our flight. My seat again did not recline and we were stuck on the tarmac for an hour in a hot plane while they tried to fix the broken air conditioning. This time I had a 2-year old who kicked the back of my seat on a red eye flight with a mother who could not control him. We landed an hour late because of the AC problem. On both legs of the flight, there was a terrible screeching noise inside the plane that sounded like the plane was falling apart. It is the last time I fly Spirit Airlines.

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    Will only fly Virgin :)

    by Poutylips0201 on May 5, 2011

    Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles

    Airline:
    Virgin America
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    April 2011
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Virgin America has exemplary service and seating and airfares...I always look for Virgin American before checking any other airlines as price is an issue...Keep doing what your doing Virgin...You make me happy!!!

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    Need More Space for a 5:30 ' Flight

    by milemaster on March 10, 2011

    Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles

    Airline:
    Spirit Airlines
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    February 2011
    Seat Class:
    economy

    The flight was full, the seats where so small that my legs reached the next seat bellow my fronts passanger feet (And it was a she!!)

    Some tall guys preferred to seat on the head rest and put their feet on the seat. The aisle was so narrow, no way a carr could fit. The flight asistants had to bring the orders on hand one a t a time.

    In -flight prices for drinks or food where out of this world.- Give me a break!

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    I Love Virgin!

    by Jasmine on January 28, 2011

    Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles

    Airline:
    Virgin America
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    December 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    My flight going out was with an upgrade to the Main Cabin Select. Lots of leg room, comfortable leather seats and free WiFi. Virgin's flights are always on time and staff are always friendly.

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    A Scathing Reveiw of Spirit Airlines

    by Violetland on November 15, 2010

    Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles

    Airline:
    Spirit Airlines
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    November 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    I’m no stranger to discount airlines. I’ve enjoyed marvelous trips on Ryan Air, Easy Jet, Jet Blue, Southwest, Allegiant, Virgin Blue, etc. Paying less to travel than everyone I know by hundreds - if not thousands of dollars is what I do. I watch airfare like brokers watch the stock market. I watch. And when it’s right I strike. Credit card slammed down, a wonderful trip ensues. From my home in LA, I’ve flown round trip to Tokyo for $367, Frankfurt for $240 (yes, round trip, all in), and I frequently enjoy round trips to Des Moines in the $80-100 range. I’ve hardly ever paid more than 10 Euros to fly to anywhere, from anywhere in Europe.

    But never, on any of these cheap trips, did I fear for my life like I did on my first flight on Spirit Airlines. Tonight I took the direct flight from FLL to LAX. Did I pay $49 for my one way ticket? Yes, yes I did, but trust me I’ve paid less and gotten so much more.

    Now, to be fair, I have feared for my life on a plane before, but it had nothing whatsoever to do with the airline (Qantas), its skilled pilots, or polished staff. That fear was prompted by the weather, which produced eight or nine hours of heavy chop all the way across the Pacific, not a stick of land in sight… But no, the Qantas flight and other weather-related white-knucklers are rationally excluded from this tirade. Tonight, the skies were as calm as a sleeping child. On this trip I feared for my life before we even left the gate.

    “It’s a tight squeeze,” said the passengers in seats D and E of my row. “There’s not much room,” they said, worried. And boy, they weren’t kidding.

    I don’t happen to carry a tape measure with me when I fly, but I am 5’2”, 110 lbs and I felt such frightful feelings of claustrophobia (unheard of) that I began to pray (ditto unheard of.) I was fighting to breathe, sweating in my hands, and we hadn’t even left the gate yet. To give you some idea of how little space there was, the nice normal-sized people sitting next to me didn’t have enough room to open their laptop. It wasn’t a big laptop. I could choreograph crossing my legs as I sat down, but I couldn’t uncross them ever again. If I laid my forehead on the seat in front of me, I would be sitting up straight. I could only pick up my purse from under the seat in front of me by lassoing the handle with my foot, raising my knee at an odd angle, and grabbing blindly, while smashing my face into the tray table, which was still in its upright and locked position. I could have made-out with the woman in front of me. And remember, I’m a size 2 petite.

    The cabin itself was ragged. The seats and seat pockets, ripped and thread-worn, connoted the interior of a 1982 Datsun. The seat backs didn’t have an “upright and locked position” – they flopped. And the tray table, when down, pitched at a frightful angle into my thighs. It wouldn’t have been able to support the weight of even one elbow, if the space between the seats had allowed for an elbow to rest there, which it didn’t.

    But I don’t want to just whine about my claustrophobia-induced reaching-to-god panic attack or my total discomfort – me, tiny, me. I need to say something about the safety on this Airbus A319. I’m no stranger to flying. I love to fly. My spirit totem is bird. I was born under an air sign. I’m golden for flying. And so never mind all the recent news stories linking Airbus with calamity; I’m good with Airbus. But would it not be logical for a thinking person to conclude that the mechanics of an aircraft are in the same rag-tag, beat-to-hell, old, neglected state as the cabin? What is there to lead one to assume otherwise except – hope?

    I heard people all around me (those who weren’t praying for their lives) laughing at the airplane. The couple behind me was in hysterics, finding they could ride their un-lockable seats back and forth like loud unruly rocking horses. But when we taxied out onto the runway, well, that’s when it really got funny. The plane made the most unnatural sounds: something between a long fart and a squealing pig. We passengers laughed and with our laughter we stood together, saying with one tense voice, “my god, what a piece of crap. We’re all going to die.”

    I mean, have you ever heard of a plane load of people laughing at the very aircraft about to fly them from pinky-toe-touching-Atlantic to pinky-toe-touching-Pacific?

    Now, a confession: I’m still in the air as I write this. I’m trying to do anything I can to focus my mind on something besides sheer, helpless, free-falling terror. If I survive this flight, I won’t be taking Spirit Airlines again. Pray for me to touch down safely. And really? Honestly? Just spend the extra forty bucks and take Jet Blue.

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    Non-stop flight to LAX

    by hgchris on September 25, 2010

    Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles

    Airline:
    Virgin America
    RT/OW
    One Way
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    September 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Good Flight and friendly staff. Could use more legroom though. Flight was due to land early, but had to wait 20 minutes on runway for another plane to get out of the way.

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    Excellent!!!!!

    by spider1130 on July 29, 2010

    Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles

    Airline:
    Virgin America
    RT/OW
    One Way
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    July 2010
    Seat Class:
    premium

    I would definately use Virgin America again. I wish they flew to more places I visit regularly.

    Worth every penny.

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    non eventful

    by morrieb on July 16, 2010

    Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles

    Airline:
    Delta
    RT/OW
    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Atlanta, Georgia
    Date of Flight:
    June 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Flghts were generally on time, drink service often. Rest rooms clean, change of planes okay and luggage no problem. flight attendants very friendly

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    Great Service, Well Priced

    by Educ8m on June 1, 2010

    Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles

    Airline:
    Virgin America
    RT/OW
    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    May 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    My ticket was $258 round trip, non-stop...a bargain. Aircraft was extremely clean, flight attendants very friendly. Flights were either on time or early. Couldn't have asked for more!

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Sample Fares found by other travelers within the past 72 hours
Price From/To Depart/Return Airline
$402 Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to LAX (FLL-LAX) Thu, Jun 5 - Sat, Aug 23 United Airlines
$406 Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to LAX (FLL-LAX) Thu, Jun 5 - Tue, Jun 10 United Airlines
$433 Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to LAX (FLL-LAX) Thu, Jun 5 - Mon, Jun 9 United Airlines
$438 Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to LAX (FLL-LAX) Thu, Jun 5 - Sat, Jun 7 US Airways
$438 Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to LAX (FLL-LAX) Thu, Jun 5 - Tue, Jun 10 United Airlines
$439 Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to LAX (FLL-LAX) Thu, Jun 5 - Mon, Jun 9 United Airlines
$474 Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to LAX (FLL-LAX) Fri, Jun 6 - Fri, Jun 6 AirTran
$529 Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to LAX (FLL-LAX) Thu, Jun 5 - Thu, Jun 12 US Airways
$549 Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to LAX (FLL-LAX) Thu, Jun 5 - Sat, Jun 14 United Airlines
$668 Flight from Ft. Lauderdale to LAX (FLL-LAX) Thu, Jun 5 - Sat, Jun 14 Spirit Airlines
There are approximately 285 flights covering the route from Ft. Lauderdale International Airport in Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, provided by as many as 12 airlines.

The following airlines sometimes offer nonstop cheap flights from Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles:

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