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$300 RT to
Boston, MA (BOS)
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$300 RT Seattle to Boston, MA
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Virgin America
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Reviews for Seattle to Boston (SEA-BOS)

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    Crowded discomfort

    by thelims on May 5, 2011

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    Delta
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    Many stops
    Date of Flight:
    April 2011
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Every flight was full. Late departures from Boston and Atlanta accounted for a great deal of inconvenience with Seattle arrival. They should board planes according to seating arrangements, in other words, passengers in the rear board first and not according to the type of tickets held...

    as a result, those last to board, e.g. in zone 4, were left with little or no overhead compartment space...too much hand carry baggage these days, all the result of airlines charging for checked in baggage.Will think twice about travelling with Delta again when there are other choices.

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    Alaska To Boston

    by getallmytea on March 31, 2011

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    Alaska
    RT/OW
    One Way
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    March 2011
    Seat Class:
    economy

    If your military personal they don't charge you anything for your checked bags (3) I was flying with a buddy who was (and he didn't know that until we got to the counter.) I had to pay for my one checked bag and I have flown a few times this year and most companies will let you check the first one free. I guess I stupidly thought that all airlines were doing the same thing. I'm 6'4" so for me this was 5 and 1/2 hours of pain the seat was steel wrapped in leather. I will never fly with Alaskan airlines again if I can help it. The in-flight severs were very nice though:).

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    I'm short and couldn't get comfortable, I feel sorry for the tall people of the world

    by btiffa on October 31, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    JetBlue
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    October 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    I can't stand that the seats are designed in a way that forces your head forward. By the end of the flight my upper back and neck were killing me.

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    Not Ideal

    by bananagirl40 on October 21, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    Alaska
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    October 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    When I purchased my ticket to Boston, there were only a few seats left, and no aisle seats. I was only able to choose my seat on the flight to Boston, not the trip back. I had to select a middle seat. I go to the bathroom a lot, so this meant constantly asking my seat mates to get up. On the flight back, I was in a window seat, and now had to ask both people next to me to get up everytime. Sometimes I would either try to hold it, which would make it even more uncomfortable. I have trouble sitting for long periods of time, so I was pretty uncomfortable. And the seats were pretty narrow, so that didn't help.

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    Better than expected

    by pudpaca012005 on October 21, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    Southwest
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    2 stops in Denver, Colorado and Chicago, Illinois
    Date of Flight:
    October 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Surprised at how well this trip went, after only one previous experience with Southwest. Seats were more comfortable than on United; attendants were attentive; everyone was friendly.

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    Good - but try to get a bigger plane

    by kerryk on October 15, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    AirTran
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    Date of Flight:
    October 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Not a bad trip, but the leg between Wisconsin and MA was on a smaller plane and you definately loose leg room (I'm only 5'2"). Also, the engine is on top of the wing, so if you have a window seat in rows 29-31 (the last 3), you won't see a thing.

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    Never Again!!!!

    by crysanthemum on September 30, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    AirTran
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    Date of Flight:
    September 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    The plane for starters had tattered seat and dirty floor and seat holder magazines tattered and torn. The person who checked me in was asked to seat me WITH AND NEXT TO my daughter who I do not get to see but once a year so thought we could visit during the 3 hour flight to Milwaukee...did not happen....I was put in seat 10D..she was seated in 24B...need I say more????? The entire flight we listened to the flight attendants trade stories and they had all they could do to find time to pass out beverages let alone check to see if the plane was prepared for take off and landing. I would say that Southwest has bought the stepsister of all airlines...dumb help, incompetent service, and an experience I will long remember...but not fondly!!!!!

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    Groovy in the Sky with Virgin

    by kocokat on September 24, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    Virgin America
    RT/OW
    One Way
    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Los Angeles, California
    Date of Flight:
    September 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    This was my first time to fly Virgin America.I have flown many different airlines since I travel from the East coast to the West coast alot.

    From the check in process in Seattle, service was friendly and efficient. Also, the size of the boarding pass was different. I knew I was in for a different flying experience.

    I was impressed when the pilot came out to the boarding area and introduced himself and asked if anyone had any questions.

    When I stepped into the airplane, the lights were the color of purple and pink mood lighting.It was different from any other airplane I had been in. Individual tv screens were at every seat-which wasn't different. But the applications of it were quite different. The safety speech was not done old school with the demonstration of the flight attendant, but shown with animation on the tv screen-the message the same but done in a unique way. There was satellite tv, movies on demand, games and music.I must say the music selection was awesome since it had offerings for any age group-from children to elder current to classical and any genre. Save your ipod battery because the selection was vast!

    Another feature on the screen was talk-this gave the ability to chat or get to know someone in another seat which was quite different. Also, if you wanted to order food or drink off the menu it was done through this screen and if you wanted to shop, this could also be done through this screen.

    Flying Virgin Air was quite different and I would definitely fly them again! Sincerely, CJZ

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    comfortable and efficient

    by sailor12 on September 23, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    AirTran
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Charlotte, North Carolina
    Date of Flight:
    September 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    A great no frills, straight forward, on time flight. Recommend getting the check in up grade to avoid full overhead luggage compartments.

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    Surprised at how pleasant it was

    by sdatherly on September 9, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    JetBlue
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    July 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    The staff was awesome. The inflight food was great. The whole process was well run from start to finish. I bought the extended legroom seats and they were great for my tall travel companion. The bathrooms were even clean.

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    crazy connections!

    by lacrossemom on August 25, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    American
    RT/OW
    One Way
    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in San Francisco, California
    Date of Flight:
    August 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Booked American to San Fran and on to Boston. The first flight was operated by Alaska Airlines, which would be ok, but with weather delay in San Fran there was no communication between American and Alaska. Landing with little time between flights we were told we had to change terminals and go through security again.(we only found this out while talking to a flight attendant). There was no info provided! Needless to say 22 passengers ran through SFO up and down escaltors, on two trams and then to the last gate at the American terminal. Made the flight, left the gate only to go back for mechanical prob which took another hour to fix! If Airlines are going to operate for each other passengers should not have to go through security twice when making connecting flights, an unneccesary hassle!!!!

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    last flight ever on AA

    by kevschaffer on July 14, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    American
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    One Way
    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Chicago, Illinois
    Date of Flight:
    July 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Connection. 1 HR and 30 late missed my Amtrak connection in Boston. IT HAPPENS. But I quit AAlines for that same reason 15 yes ago. NEVER AGAIN.

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    jetBlue SEA to BOS = easy-peasy

    by HR_Lady on July 6, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    JetBlue
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    One Way
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    July 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Overall, the trip was a non-event, we even arrived 10 mintues early! Why is baggage claim such a nightmare though? Seems they could do SOMETHING to improve that!

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    First Flight Evaluation (Jet Blue)

    by dogboy23 on July 4, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    JetBlue
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    June 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    My expection of traveling on a "minor" airline was, at best, neutral, but their on-time performance was impressive even though their departure was late because of weather. And they do things differently from larger air lines: instead of hauling those carts up and down aisles, attendants take your drink or snack orders on paper and deliver it on a tray. Also they do not charge for the first checked bag. I will fly Jetblue again.

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    SLOW to fix a "simple"(?) issue on the plane

    by HHMcG on June 29, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    Alaska
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    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    June 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    While I'd prefer that the plane have landing lights to ensure our safety, I was surprised the fix took so long that it delayed the flight by an hour and a half. This is AFTER we were told that our quick boarding had us starting ahead of schedule for takeoff!

    Why do they choose to do this sort of maintainance with a full plane of tired passengers, rather than catching these things during routine maintenance? Does it suggest that they wait until something breaks to fix it? Was it because we were the last evening flight (redeye) and they figured we had nothing better to do?

    A number of passengers missed connecting flights to Europe and other locations the following morning due to the delay.

    Otherwise, the flight was comfortable, and the stewards very nice.

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    Suggest Denver or Washington for Connections when Flying United

    by CStorer on June 4, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    United
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    Number of Stops:
    2 stops in Washington, D.C. and Denver, Colorado
    Date of Flight:
    May 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    I'll begin by saying that United is an airline I usually try to avoid-- my other experiences with them in past three years involving missed (or nearly missed) connections and "lost" reservation on return flight with code-share partner. But reading news (on Yahoo Travel) today that this is one of the "most complained about" airlines prompts me to report very high satisfaction with UAL on my Seattle/Boston flights last month.

    All four of the flights involved had on-time or early arrival. Key to successful travel on United: connect in Washington DC or Denver, not Chicago! Firkin and Fox is a good place to get breakfast between flights at Dulles airport.

    United seems to have an efficient boarding process, which contributed to on-time departures of nearly full flights on this trip. Although I was traveling myself with only a small amount of carry-on baggage, I was impressed that they were offering to check larger items at the gate at no charge. It would be nice to know in advance, however, when checked-baggage fees can be avoided, as the whole situation with this has greatly altered my bargain hunting/shopping habits while traveling.

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    Average Red Eye

    by dmknight99 on June 3, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    American
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    One Way
    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Chicago, Illinois
    Date of Flight:
    May 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Nothing special about flying a red eye to Boston. Flight way oversold, Temperature in plane stifilingly hot, Arrived a little early, Bags out promptly.

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    Great experience

    by kerryk on June 1, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    United
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    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Chicago, Illinois
    Date of Flight:
    May 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    stop destination changed - rerouted to BETTER flight; checked 3 large bags + guitar - everything was handled carefully & all arrived as planned. Very friendly customer service at every step along the way.

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    nightmare

    by jkc on June 1, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    American
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    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Chicago, Illinois
    Date of Flight:
    April 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    connecting flight from Chicago to Boston was cancelled at the last minute due to tornado warnings. Only this flight was cancelled. No attempts to help stranded passengers to get on another flight. No assistance to enable them to move up on the stand by list for other flights. American gave vouchers for partial payment for overnight hotel stay. Still cost $70. All flights to Boston were full the next day also. No extra plane made available. Finally flew some passengers to La Guardia airport for connecting flight to Boston next day.

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    nightmare

    by jkc on June 1, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    American
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    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Chicago, Illinois
    Date of Flight:
    April 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    connecting flight from Chicago to Boston was cancelled at the last minute due to tornado warnings. Only this flight was cancelled. No attempts to help stranded passengers to get on another flight. No assistance to enable them to move up on the stand by list for other flights. American gave vouchers for partial payment for overnight hotel stay. Still cost $70. All flights to Boston were full the next day also. No extra plane made available. Finally flew some passengers to La Guardia airport for connecting flight to Boston next day.

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    by jkc on June 1, 2010

    Flight from Seattle to Boston

    Airline:
    American
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    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Chicago, Illinois
    Date of Flight:
    April 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

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Sample Fares found by other travelers within the past 72 hours
Price From/To Depart/Return Airline
$325 Flight from Seattle to Boston (SEA-BOS) Thu, Jun 5 - Sat, Jun 7 United Airlines
$337 Flight from Seattle to Boston (SEA-BOS) Thu, Jun 5 - Sat, Jun 7 American Airlines
$342 Flight from Seattle to Boston (SEA-BOS) Thu, Jun 5 - Sat, Jun 7 US Airways
$342 Flight from Seattle to Boston (SEA-BOS) Thu, Jun 5 - Mon, Jun 9 US Airways
$342 Flight from Seattle to Boston (SEA-BOS) Thu, Jun 5 - Sat, Jun 7 American Airlines
$342 Flight from Seattle to Boston (SEA-BOS) Thu, Jun 5 - Sat, Jun 7 American Airlines
$342 Flight from Seattle to Boston (SEA-BOS) Thu, Jun 5 - Sat, Jun 7 American Airlines
$352 Flight from Seattle to Boston (SEA-BOS) Thu, Jun 5 - Sun, Jun 8 US Airways
$397 Flight from Seattle to Boston (SEA-BOS) Thu, Jun 5 - Mon, Jun 9 US Airways
$400 Flight from Seattle to Boston (SEA-BOS) Thu, Jun 5 - Wed, Jun 11 American Airlines
There are approximately 442 flights covering the route from Seattle/Tacoma International Airport in Seattle to Logan International Airport in Boston, provided by as many as 11 airlines.

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