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Cons: "Delta treats any passenger that isn't a member of their skymiles or anyone that doesn't purchase a seat in advance like peasants. You don't get assigned a seat until YouTube up at the airport... That's fine, not really a big deal. But because you didn't select a seat, they don't let you print or view your boarding pass on your phone, forcing you to go to the checking desk. For someone that has TSA pre check and travels alot, all that extra time adds up and can sometimes cause you to miss your flight. Because there is on "fast line" when you check-in like there is at the security check point. I only have this problem with Delta, never American airlines...

Cons: "Seated in the rear middle seat. I had no options to select a seat when I checked in or made my reservation that wasn't an extra charge. I'mover 6' tall and middle seats are painful, especially cross country. Airlines need to be a little more attentive to their customers' needs. If a passenger is taller than average, and the flight is more than 60 minutes, provide comfortable seating at no extra charge. If a customer has a short layover, which their system knows about since it is the sourve of the flight plans, put the customer toward the front of the aircraft since these flights are habitually late and customers end up having to sprint through airports to try to make connections." (Source: www.kayak.com)

Cons: "I purchased a basic economy ticket and upon checking in, my Delta app said my seat was unassigned and I had to get my boarding pass at the airport. I checked back later and the app had me as number 7 on the standby list. I called Delta (wait time 3+ hours... my flight was in 3), and then the Delta app support where I was able to get through to someone. She told me that the ticket I purchased over a month in advance did not guarantee me a seat on the plane (???). She said that if I was bumped from the flight they would reschedule me for the next morning. She was pretty rude and made it seem like I had a 50/50 shot of getting on this plane. I rushed to the airport in hopes that I would be the first from Standby there, and the gate agent told me that I was fine and would board right after first class and be assigned a seat then. Great. Once I got my seat assignment, I board to find out there is someone else sitting in my seat...... They eventually called the desk and had her moved, but it was the weirdest boarding experience I've had.. and I've flown Spirit. These planes that Delta fly's are SO OLD. Both times I have flown Delta the "turbulence" has been so bad and cold air was blowing right on my the whole flight with no option to turn it off (it wasn't from one of the vents, but from the side). Someone close to me works for Delta and I know for a fact that some of their engines blow mid-flight.. and they tell the passengers that it's turbulence.. so that doesn't make me feel very safe. I won't fly Delta again if there is another comparable option." (Source: www.kayak.com)

Cons: "I was unhappy because every leg of my journey I was being charged for my baggage. I thought this was unfair. Those working with customer service was not helpful either. They were frustrated and thus frustrated me. In addition my flight was late leaving the airport and the captain nor the stewardesses gave an explanation. This was unacceptable. We were late over hour." (Source: www.kayak.com)

Pros: "The gate agents did a good job of making sure the boarding process was organized, despite confusion with two Chicago-bound flights departing from the same gate in a short window. Delay was communicated far enough in advance that I didn't travel to the airport until it was necessary." (Source: www.kayak.com)

Cons: "First of all flight was delayed an hour and a half.. Then I went to get something to eat to kill time just to find out they switched the gate causing me to have to run all the way to the new gate then they close the door as I was walking up and told me I missed my flight even though the plane was still there for another 15 minutes.. so I had to fly standby on the next flight which was another hour and a half later.. I arrived at the airport at 12:30 and didn't end up catching a flight until 7:45 p.m.... oh and I forgot to mention that I originally paid for an upgrade for priority seating with more legroom that I never received because they put me on the very last seat that you can't even replying because there is a wall behind you.. SMH" (Source: www.kayak.com)

Cons: "American Air cancelled my flight two hours before departure and didn't rebook it. My trip to Atlanta was cancelled. I lost a lot of money and time since I drove 2 hours to get to Chicago airport to find out I couldn't even fly. I missed my weekend event. It was the most horrible bizarre experience." (Source: www.kayak.com Cons: "timing, plane was dirty, wifi was faulty, got hurt because of broken parts near the leg. Cabin had a smoky smell and water leaking from restroom ceiling.Worst of all, I had to land on the runway at Dulles Airport." (Source:www.kayak.com))

Cons: "This flight was a complete disaster. I ended up b=on a different flight to Newark, as my flight to Chicago got canceled. Then that fight was unable to land, so I spent hours in baltimore, and missed my connecting flight to Brussels. By the time I finally arrived, 4 hours late, to Newark, I had to spend 2 hours in a line to get re-book, for a flight the next night. I was compensated for all this mess with a $10 food voucher, and had to get a cab from the airport to the closest and cheapest hotel. My flight to Brussels was uneventful, save one rude flight attendant, and I got to school a day late." (Source: www.kayak.com)

Cons: "I didn't like how my flight was cancelled only MINUTES prior to boarding time. I signed up for text alerts and received NONE about the trip cancellation. I had to rebook my flight for the next day meaning I slept at the airport. US airways had to change my flight to using Delta airlines since that was the soonest upcoming flight and they never sent me the email promised with my new itinerary, my boarding pass didn't say my gate number but they verbally told me which one it will be. Come to find out, they gave me incorrect information and I had to run to the correct gate so I could be on time. Worst experience I ever had." (Source: www.kayak.com)

www.kayak.com)Cons: "Baggage retrieval. Confusing. Rude employee. Unhelpful. My husband circled the airport 4 times while I hunted down my bag and found it in a different location. It was a horrible experience." (Source:

gosouthsavannah.com gosouthsavannah.com))The distance from Atlanta to Savannah by road is only 250 miles. Drive time by car is about four hours or so (a little shorter for journeys between Savannah and Atlanta International Airport). If you want to stop along the way, there are several historic towns and attractions worth visiting on each of the Bus: Taking the bus is a convenient and reasonably cheap way to travel between Atlanta and Savannah, with several daily bus services connecting downtown Atlanta and Atlanta Airport to downtown Savannah. A shuttle bus service (currently suspended due to the pandemic) also connects Savannah to Atlanta Airport. (Source:main routes. (Source:

Rush hour traffic around Atlanta can add around an hour to total travel time. Don’t forget to factor this in if you are driving up from Savannah to Atlanta airport to catch a flight! (Source: gosouthsavannah.com)

Atlanta Airport (ATL) to Savannah – 250 miles, 3 hrs 30 mins to 4 hrs 10 mins (Source: gosouthsavannah.com Car rental services are available at Atlanta’s airport. It is about a four hour drive from Atlanta airport to Savannah. See list of agencies and contact details (Source:gosouthsavannah.com))

You can sometimes save substantially on car rental fees by renting your car from somewhere other than the airport. MARTA provides a convenient connection to downtown. (Source: gosouthsavannah.com)

Check the rental agency’s opening hours if you choose this option: hours at the agency’s city location(s) may be somewhat shorter than at the airport. (Source: gosouthsavannah.com Greyhound offer direct services between Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and downtown Savannah, with prices equivalent to those traveling to or from downtown Atlanta, as below. (Source:gosouthsavannah.com))

Most days, there are three services running from Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport to Savannah and two buses from Savannah to Atlanta Airport, with a scheduled journey time of a little over 4 hours. (Source: gosouthsavannah.com Note for international visitors: immigration lines at Atlanta’s airport can be very long, which should be factored into your plans for meeting a connecting bus service. (Source:gosouthsavannah.com))

gosouthsavannah.com gosouthsavannah.com))A shuttle bus service also operates daily between downtown Savannah and AtlantThe Savannah stop is in front of the Hyatt Regency, at 2 West Bay Street. The Atlanta stop is at the Lower South Baggage Claim, Door 2, at the South Terminal of the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. (Source:a’s airport. (Source:

Greyhound offer several daily services between Atlanta and Savannah, two or three of which, depending on the day of the week, also stop at Atlanta’s main airport, Hartsfield-Jackson International. (Source: gosouthsavannah.com)

Savannah’s airport is located 10 miles north-west of downtown, with bus, taxi and rideshare services available to complete your journey. (Source: gosouthsavannah.com)

→ More about connecting transport options from Savannah’s airport (Source: gosouthsavannah.com Buses from Atlanta to Savannah depart from Atlanta, Atlanta Airport, GA, Atlanta, Ga. (Source:1map.com))

◎ What airports do the flights between Atlanta and Savannah depart from? (Source: 1map.com ➥ To which airports do flights arrive from Atlanta to Savannah? (Source:1map.com))

Buses from Atlanta to Savannah depart from Atlanta, Atlanta Airport, GA, Atlanta, Ga. (Source: 1map.com)

Atlanta, GA is home to a large airport: Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The airport has much to offer including shopping, dining, and many services such as assisting folks with disabilities and helping with traveling pets. It is a major hub for Delta Airlines. A round trip flight from Atlanta to Savannah is likely to be the fastest way to travel. Delta offers non-stop flights with weekday fares coming in at just over $200 and about 1 hour flying time. Weekend fares are slightly higher at approximately $290. With numerous flights each day there are a lot of opportunities to get to Savannah by plane. For one with limited time, this option appears perfect. (Source: vacationidea.com)

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport is about 20 miles from downtown Atlanta. From the city center take I-75/85 south to I-85. The airport is just off of I-85. (Source: vacationidea.com)

vacationidea.com)Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport has several levels of parking. Hourly and daily parking is available in short-term lots starting at $2/hour and going up to $36/day maximum. Covered parking starts at $3/hour with a $16/day maximum. Economy lots are $3/hour or $12/day. Park and ride lots are $3/hour with a $9 daily maximum. In addition, there are several airport hotels that offer sleep/park packages which are perfect for early morning departures. Whatever one’s parking needs, the Atlanta airport has many options from which to choose. Reservations can be made for parking. (Source:

Grand Limousine operates throughout the state of Georgia. For a more personalized, private ride, contact Grand Limousine. With runs between the airports and all over the state, this ride can offer privacy, luxury and convenience. (Source: vacationidea.com)

Yes, passengers do get a web check-in option with their Atlanta to Savannah flight via online web check-in or airport check-in. (Source: www.cleartrip.com)

Can I book budget hotels near Savannah Airport through the Internet? (Source: www.cleartrip.com

Does Atlanta Airport have a happy changing facility for babies? (Source: www.cleartrip.com)Yes, one can book budget hotels near the airport via Cleartrip hotels option (Source:www.cleartrip.com))

Yes, the newly developed Atlanta Airport has such facilities for babies and infants. (Source: www.cleartrip.com The nearest airport to Atlanta is and its IATA code is ATL. (Source:www.cleartrip.com))

The nearest airport here is with an IATA code, SAV. (Source: www.cleartrip.com)

This is a relatively short flight in a private plane, but you might be planning to book a commercial flight. In that case, your travel time would really need to include how many minutes to get to your local airport, wait for security, board and taxi on the runway, land at the other airport, and get to your destination. Scroll down to see a more realistic calculation that takes into account all these factors to get a more accurate estimate of your actual flight time. (Source: www.trippy.com)

In the quick calculation above, we assumed you had a private plane and just wanted to know the time in the air from city to city. But for most of us, we're going to be flying on a commercial airline (whether it's first class or coach). So that means we really need to account for all the extra travel time getting to the airport, waiting for our flight, and making it to the destination. (Source: www.trippy.com)

To give you a better estimate of real-life travel, we've put together a flight itinerary with actual airports. Eventually you'll be able to customize this plan, choosing your own airports and flights. But for now, here's an example we've selected to give you an idea of how traveling might work between airports. (Source: www.trippy.com)

Departure airport: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) (Source: www.trippy.com Arrival airport: Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) (Source:www.trippy.com w

So now we can finally get an idea of the total travel time from Atlanta to Savannah including time spent getting to/from the airports, an estimated wait time of 2 hours at the airport for TSA security lines and waiting at the gate, and the actual flight itself. (Source: www.trippy.com)With the airports selected, we can estimate the travel time to and from the airport, based on how far the airport is from downtown. (Source:ww.trippy.com)))

To see the details on this flight plan, including recommended airports, airline, and route, check out the flight planner: (Source: www.trippy.com)

Travelmath helps you find the driving time based on actual directions for your road trip. You can find out how long it will take to drive between any two cities, airports, states, countries, or zip codes. This can also help you plan the best route to travel to your destination. Compare the results with the flight time calculator to see how much longer it might take to drive the distance instead of flying. You can also print out pages with a travel map. (Source: www.travelmath.com)

Best

In the last 3 days, United Airlines offered the best one-way deal for that route, at $97. KAYAK users also found Atlanta to Savannah round-trip flights on American Airlines from $146 and on Delta from $157. (Source: www.kayak.com If your flying dates are flexible, you should consider flying to Savannah on a Wednesday, as we generally find the cheapest rates on that day for this route. On the other hand, Tuesday is the most expensive day to fly from Atlanta to Savannah. For your return ticket, we recommend flying on a Monday and avoiding Saturdays for the best deals. (Source:www.kayak.com))

KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Atlanta to Savannah. (Source: www.kayak.com Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Savannah from Atlanta up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best. (Source:www.kayak.com))

Cons: "Traveling is always a challenge - abundance of patience required! We traveled from Dallas, Atlanta, Amsterdam, to Rome & back. Every country had a little different process for boarding and getting around - most had friendly staff, on point, helping clueless, stressed, & frustrated travelers. I was really disappointed in Atlanta, not a very welcoming or helpful spirit for visitors to US - not all (80% were awesome), mainly those trying to greet and direct through customs. Most hate the arrogant America anyway, don’t make it worse - put your best people on the front lines to help with international relations & show why the US is the best. Put those that don’t want to be here loading bags out back! Sorry for the lecture, but this is any business!" (Source: www.kayak.com Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Savannah from Atlanta up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best. (Source:www.kayak.com))

Pros: "Staff was friendly and everything was timely. The operator on the phone was also great. Had the best deals for flights from Atlanta to Chicago for same day purchase." (Source: www.kayak.com)

Georgia is a spectacular state with many contrasts and so worthy of a traditional American road trip. A blend of tradition and modernity makes it an appealing destination. You’ll fall in love with the grand old mansions, natural beauty, and urban flair of Atlanta, not to mention the enormous moss-draped trees in Savannah. If you’re visiting Atlanta, driving south to visit a few scenic spots can be worthwhile. We’ve gathered some of the best sights to see on a 250-mile road trip from Atlanta to Savannah. (Source: www.sixt.com)

The drive from Macon to Savannah on I-16 E takes about 2.5 hours. Once there, perhaps you’re wondering what there is to see and do in the coastal city of Savannah. Drive your Sixt rent a car through the Savannah Historic District to see all the charming houses and moss-draped trees the city is known for. After, park near Bull Street for some boutique shopping. Enjoy the shady trees and paths in Forsyth Park as an escape from the warm temperatures. No matter what your interests, Savannah has the best of Southern architecture and charm. (Source: www.sixt.com)

– When is the best time of year to visit Savannah? (Source: gosouthsavannah.com The I-75 to Macon and then the I-16 onward to Savannah is generally considered the best driving route to take traveling between Atlanta and Savannah. (Source:gosouthsavannah.com))

When searching for a good deal, it’s best to be prepared for potential fluctuations in price. We recommend booking at least 61 days in advance, which can save you up to 67% on flights from Atlanta to Savannah compared to booking the week you need them. Waiting 61 days out may not be for everyone, so we have options available for flights within the next two weeks, with the lowest price starting at $241. For sooner than that we have options available in the next 3 days from $299. (Source: www.cheapflights.com)

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Back to: Best Things to Do in Savannah and Best Romantic Weekend Getaways from Atlanta, Georgia. (Source: vacationidea.com You could make a case for either of the itineraries being the best road trip route from Atlanta to Savannah - the former is slightly shorter and incorporates Macon into your trip, while the alternative has more to offer in the second half of the drive before merging with Interstate 16. (Source:lazytrips.com))

A beautiful city with a distinctly European style, Macon never fails to make a good road trip even better. This is one of Georgia's major cultural hubs, so there are plenty of amazing hotels to look out for, but Best Western Riverside Inn definitely has the best swimming pool in town. (Source: lazytrips.com)

Warner Robins - this city is perhaps best known for its iconic Museum of Aviation, located on the outskirts of town (Source: lazytrips.com Stone Mountain Park - some of the best hiking trails, vistas, and group activity areas can be found in this incredible park (Source:lazytrips.com))

Do you need a break from the busy city? Do you have the “gotta travel” feeling? Are you looking for a way to treat yourself after working hard? We have just the solution. If you’re looking for a quick getaway from Atlanta, consider getting in your car and driving east to the nearby town of Savannah. You’ll be able to enjoy touring this historic city as well as spending some time at the nearby beaches during your trip. Best of all, you’ll stay at The Inn on West Liberty, where Southern grandeur and hospitality is alive and well! Discover the many things you can do when you take a trip from Atlanta, GA, to Savannah, GA! (Source: innonwestliberty.com)

You can also calculate the cost to drive from Atlanta, GA to Savannah, GA based on current local gas prices and an estimate of your car's best gas mileage. (Source: www.travelmath.com)

Travelmath helps you find the driving time based on actual directions for your road trip. You can find out how long it will take to drive between any two cities, airports, states, countries, or zip codes. This can also help you plan the best route to travel to your destination. Compare the results with the flight time calculator to see how much longer it might take to drive the distance instead of flying. You can also print out pages with a travel map. (Source: www.travelmath.com)

Island

If you are not in a hurry to drive back to Atlanta, take advantage of being so close to the ocean by going to Tybee Island just off the coast east of Savannah. The barrier island has wide sandy beaches, with South Beach attracting sunbathers and North Beach having a historic fort and lighthouse. Find some shade, take a nap, and eat some seafood to refuel for the 4-hour drive back to Atlanta. (Source: www.sixt.com)

If you are going to Tybee Island, add another 20 miles, or 30 minutes drive time, to the journeys above. (Source: gosouthsavannah.com If your final destination is the Golden Isles (Brunswick/Jekyll/St Simons/Sea Island), please note that a direct service between Atlanta and Brunswick, again provided by Delta, is also available. Flight times and economy ticket prices are similar to the peak season prices on the Atlanta-Savannah route. (Source:gosouthsavannah.com))

Once in Savannah, there will be plenty of things to see and do. Being the oldest city in Georgia, there is an abundance of historic places to see. What a great way to learn about American history. If one needs lodging, there are plentiful bed and breakfast locations, both downtown Savannah and on the coast on Tybee Island. (Source: vacationidea.com)

Trip

Cons: "At 12:40 p.m. we boarded American Airlines flight 1350 in ATL, just to SIT on plane for 1 1/2 hours (half the time with NO AIR). Computer problems. Had to get off plane, then had to wait in 3 lines. Agents were so UNPROFESSIONAL! Kept saying flight would go... DID NOT go until another plane came in at 9:00 PM! We, needless to say missed our connecting flight to SYDNEY and had to wait til next day and fly to SAN FRANCISCO, then to MELBOURNE, then on to Christchurch. We MISSED out on TWO DAYS of our short trip! which included missed reservations!!" (Source: www.kayak.com)

Cons: "This was a tiny aircraft from Charlotte to Savannah. Our bags were placed into "valet" for the flight. When I retrieved my bag, the handle was broken! Destroyed on a 1 hour flight. This is exactly why people don't like checking their bags. There is no care for other people's belongings. It's bag enough you're packed on these flights like sardines and then you have to worry about receiving your property back the way you gave it to them. Placed a claim, but meanwhile I had to purchase new luggage for my return trip." (Source: www.kayak.com)

Cons: "On my trip to Atlanta from new York the gate staff were horrible. Nasty attitudes and forced me to check in a bag that is made and approved by airlines to be considered a carry-on making me miss my 6 am flight to then book me on a 930am flight that was delayed for about an hour. I've never experienced this with any other airline before. Very disappointed" (Source: www.kayak.com)

Pros: "For the most part the trip was wonderful." (Source: www.kayak.com Cons: "American Air cancelled my flight two hours before departure and didn't rebook it. My trip to Atlanta was cancelled. I lost a lot of money and time since I drove 2 hours to get to Chicago airport to find out I couldn't even fly. I missed my weekend event. It was the most horrible bizarre experience." (Source:www.kayak.com))

Pros: "The trip was fine. No complaints." (Source: www.kayak.com)

Pros: "The trip TO the United States was bearable." (Source: www.kayak.com)

www.kayak.com)Cons: "I didn't like how my flight was cancelled only MINUTES prior to boarding time. I signed up for text alerts and received NONE about the trip cancellation. I had to rebook my flight for the next day meaning I slept at the airport. US airways had to change my flight to using Delta airlines since that was the soonest upcoming flight and they never sent me the email promised with my new itinerary, my boarding pass didn't say my gate number but they verbally told me which one it will be. Come to find out, they gave me incorrect information and I had to run to the correct gate so I could be on time. Worst experience I ever had." (Source:

Georgia is a spectacular state with many contrasts and so worthy of a traditional American road trip. A blend of tradition and modernity makes it an appealing destination. You’ll fall in love with the grand old mansions, natural beauty, and urban flair of Atlanta, not to mention the enormous moss-draped trees in Savannah. If you’re visiting Atlanta, driving south to visit a few scenic spots can be worthwhile. We’ve gathered some of the best sights to see on a 250-mile road trip from Atlanta to Savannah. (Source: www.sixt.com)

Train: Traveling from Atlanta to Savannah by train is currently impractical, though not impossible. Until the long-mooted plan to resurrect direct passenger train service between the cities is carried out, the trip is a tiring and inconvenient 28-hour ordeal. (Source: gosouthsavannah.com)

!Please verify all details before planning your trip. Prices and availability of services may change at short notice. (Source: gosouthsavannah.com It is a straightforward (and somewhat tedious) trip past mile after mile of central Georgia farmland and pine forest. Resist the temptation to speed, as the area is regularly patrolled. (Source:gosouthsavannah.com))

Departure times vary by day of the week. From Atlanta there is usually a daily early morning trip, with an additional mid-afternoon trip on some weekdays. From Savannah there is usually a late morning trip on weekdays, and an early afternoon trip on weekends, with an additional evening trip most weekdays. (Source: gosouthsavannah.com)

Taking the bus to Savannah from Atlanta is a cheap and convenient option for those who don’t want to drive. The average journey time is around 4 hours and 30 minutes (although one trip takes substantially longer than the others). (Source: gosouthsavannah.com The cheapest online economy fares cost $37-$45 dollars each way ($74-$90 round trip) depending on the time and day of travel, with tickets allowing priority boarding and free same-day ticket exchange to an earlier bus available for an additional fee. (Source:gosouthsavannah.com))

In peak season (spring and the holidays), expect to pay around $250-$350 round trip, per person, for the cheapest economy ticket and often substantially more for flights bought close to the time of travel. From late spring through fall, round-trip flights are often available from around $150-$210 per person, outside of holiday weekends. (Source: gosouthsavannah.com)

The fastest trip from Atlanta to Savannah by bus takes 4 hours. (Source: 1map.com The fastest trip from Atlanta to Savannah by plane lasts 3 hours. (Source:1map.com))

1map.com)Traveling by bus is a good solution for those who travel to Savannah as it is set only 578 miles away from Atlanta. It takes 13 hours to get from one place to another. A ticket for one trip will be on average 45 USD. Also, you can easily buy one-way ticket from 45 USD. During your bus trip you will have 8 stopovers. Southeastern Stages is a popular bus company that operates primarily on this route. (Source:

Flying to your destination on a Sunday can be more expensive, but this shouldn’t discourage you from finding affordable options to get to Savannah. Check prices with Cheapflights to find a great deal for your trip. (Source: www.cheapflights.com)

A simple way to save on the total cost of your ticket is to fly from Atlanta to Savannah in the afternoon. If you’re flexible enough to do this you can expect to save up to 11% on your trip compared to booking a flight in the morning. (Source: www.cheapflights.com Flying on American Airlines is currently your cheapest option to Savannah, with prices starting at $146. Another option worth looking into is Delta, starting at $157 round trip. American Airlines is priced at 34% lower than the current average price of a flight leaving 3 months from now. (Source:www.cheapflights.com))

www.cheapflights.com)To fly one-way, consider booking your trip with Delta, which is currently one of the cheapest options available, starting at $79. American Airlines flights start at $86 while deals on United Airlines start at $107 one-way. (Source:

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