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Los Angeles to Bakersfield train

Los Angeles to Bakersfield train

Los Angeles to Bakersfield

To the residents of Los Angeles, the American southwest may seem a world away, but nevertheless, for many Californians, the desert can offer escapist fantasies of a life that is more disheveled, wild, and distant. To the residents of Bakersfield, a different California lies to the east, one where mountains and mountains of poppy plantings give the valley a distinct visual edge.

TRIP

Tufesa Internacional is the international brand of one of the largest ground transportation providers in Mexico, Tufesa. The carrier offers daily bus trips to and from several cities in the Southwestern United States, including cross-border trips between the U.S. and Mexico. On average, Tufesa Internacional runs 6 from Los Angeles to Bakersfield, with prices starting from $30. The carrier’s fleet features modern coaches equipped with state-of-the-art technology and amenities, such as onboard restrooms, reclining seats, free WiFi, power outlets at every seat, and a digital entertainment system.

You can see cheap buses to Bakersfield, CA from Los Angeles over the next few days on this page. We also show you more info about the bus stops in Los Angeles and Bakersfield, CA so you’ll know where to go. If you’re continuing your journey beyond Bakersfield, CA, you can find options for onward trips and alternative destinations from Los Angeles, as well as popular airport shuttles from Bakersfield, CA. (Source: www.checkmybus.com)

TIME

Cons: "ORD -> LAX We sat on the Tarmac for 45 mins without any communication. We ended up landing on time, but I was connecting to an international flight, so this naturally caused me and my companion a great deal of unnecessary stress. LAX -> ORD I arrived at the gate prior to the 10 minute before take off deadline and the gate attendant said I couldn't board and walked away. I sat and waited several minutes until a gate attendant returned where they proceeded to call stand by passengers. I was checked in and present, but not allowed to board. So I approached a different attendant, explained and he looked surprised that I wasn't boarded. He then without asking me any questions or checking with me typed on his computer and then handed me a new boarding pass for a new flight 1:25 later. I boarded that plane and sat for over an hour. The pilot had no updates for us other than the delay was a maintenance issue, saying repeatedly that he would check again in 15 mins. Finally after wasting more time we had to deplane and wait for a new one. Ultimately I was not allowed to board my original flight without explanation, which then caused me to have over 3:30 in delays. This is all after I had arrived from an international destination, which made the ordeal very miserable. This type of awful experience is a pattern with American Air - rarely are my flights on time and I've had more cancellations with American than any competitor airline. Anything but A full refund would not be acceptable. Thank you, Randi"

Pros: "Boarding was a mess - there were no announcements about boarding and the gate agent did nothing to promote order in the gate area. Thank goodness for the new planes on this route - the old planes with the blue "leather" seats were so overdue to be retired. Onboard entertainment was great and every seat had a USB port and AC outlet. Smoothest landing ever, I couldn't even tell when the wheels hit the pavement! It was also the first time I recall a female captain on American - maybe the smooth landing wasn't such a coincidence :)" (Source: www.kayak.com)

 

 

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