Pack up your shorts, pull up your socks, and head to beautiful Bermuda this fall. Fly from Los Angeles to the Atlantic gem of Bermuda for $390 roundtrip on either Delta or American Airlines. With flights from East Coast cities like Boston and New York costing $315-340 for these flights, flying all the way from the West Coast at this price is certainly a steal.

Travel Availability

As a sample itinerary, searching, I found seats departing Los Angeles LAX on Thursday, October 3, and returning from Bermuda BDA on Tuesday, October 8, 2019.

Flights are available daily starting on September 9 through November 20, 2019.  No minimum stay required. If you can't seem to find the dates that work for your calendar, buy two separate one-way tickets amongst both airlines and create a custom itinerary for more travel options.


This is a Basic Economy fare, which includes a standard carry-on bag plus one personal item. A checked bag costs $30 each way.

Seat Assignments

Seats will be assigned at random upon check-in for this price. You may pay a fee to choose a specific seat.

Alternate Fares

If you don't like the restrictions of Basic Economy, on American, you can upgrade to Main Cabin for $30 more bringing the total to $420 roundtrip. On Delta, upgrading to a Main Cabin fare will cost an additional $60, totaling $450 roundtrip. This will include the selection of remaining standard economy seats and flight changes for a fee.

Be aware of long layovers on some itineraries.

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We're seeing plenty of deals to island destinations today. So, make sure to have a peek at our dedicated Caribbean flight deals page to see what else is on sale.

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