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Portland to los angeles

Portland to los angeles

Portland to los angeles

 

Moving away from home is no easy feat, but it doesn't have to be difficult. We outline everything you need to know to start the move by planning and packing in the first section.Travelers with flights from Portland to Los Angeles looking to relax before their flight should consider paying a visit to Dragontree Spa at Portland International Airport. The Dragontree offers body massages, chair massages, and foot treatments. They also have locally made cosmetics, skin care products, and other gifts for sale.

FLIGHT

Pros: "I love Alaska! They have been so helpful in so many ways. I accidentally made a reservation mistake and within the hour realized I had picked the wrong dates. They did everything they could to find a comparable flight at the same cost. And ended up refunding me money because they were able to find me a better deal! Then the day of travel the staff was welcoming, helpful, and genuinely kind. It is a pleasure to travel with people who love their jobs."

Cons: "I bought a ticket thinking i bought it through kayak but I actually bought a ticket through a third party in India. Where no one spoke good English. I called the agency to find out if I needed a Visa for my visit to Australia and the told me no. So when I showed up to the airport I didn’t have the right documents and I MISSED MY FLIGHT. Also the wouldn’t just change my flight and charge me the change flight fee. They cancelled my flight entirely and made me buy a whole new ticket!!! Worst flight experience I’ve ever had and this is not my first time flying to Australia or out of country."I sat next to a creepy intoxicated man during my flight and I was not helped out. When I first sat down he was speaking to me and trying to hit on me but I showed that I wasn’t interested. I didn’t even have to sit down to smell the alcohol on him. During the flight he tried to place his head on my shoulder and tried to get close to me. I was too worried to call for an attendant because he was intoxicated but when the attendants would come and offer us food I tried to make it clearly visible that I was anxious and uncomfortable and NOTHING. To make it worse they continued to serve him alcohol!!" (Source: www.kayak.com)

BOOK

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Book flights from Portland, OR, to Los Angeles (LAX) with Southwest Airlines®. It’s easy to find the Portland International Airport to Los Angeles International Airport flight to make your booking and travel a breeze. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, solo or with the whole family, you’ll enjoy flying Southwest®. Have flexible travel dates? Plug them into the Low Fare Calendar and see the lowest fares available within your travel window. You may also want to browse Southwest Vacations® to see special offers and package deals on flights, hotels, rental cars, and more. This is a medium length flight, so unless you have a nice private jet, you might be booking 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)

TIME

Cons: "Was not able to check in online. Was not able to select my seat online. I was told I would be able to do both of these things. Spent 30 minutes trying to find a number to someone at Delta to check in & select seat. I was in Australia & all Delta offices were closed because it was Sunday. Although I had an internationally calling plan, no calls to Delta US would go through. finally found someone through a back channel that would help me. We boarded an hour late, and staff would not answer any of our questions about what was going on or how late we would arrive (they sped up the fight so that we landed on time). Flight ran out of drinking WATER after the first service. Half of our section (Economy Plus) was skipped for snacks. An unruly child was allowed to scream for almost the entire flight & was running up & down the aisles. NOTHING was said to the parents by staff members. Was absolutely the worst behaving child with who I've had to fly."

Cons: "The fact that the lack of knowledge regarding international travel visas by the counter staff and supervisor meant that two days of the vacation were lost. Upon arrival in China the 144 hour travel visa was granted with no problem within minutes, but the U.S. staff was completely befuddled by the possibility. The interrogation was completely stressful and resulted in a reschedule of the original flight and during the second attempt at flying even an email from the U.S. consulate with a link to the Shanghai/Chinese government immigration site was deemed "not official enough". i will be expecting proper compensation. I was once given an $850 travel voucher for voluntarily giving up my seat, and was flown first class to Hawaii, given 4 star accomodation and then flown first class on to China within 48 hours. This was an involuntary bump from our chosen flight time, all because of a lack of knowledge about current visa regulations and international law on the part of the check in staff. We have been loyal Delta users for over 15 years, and this was the biggest blunder ever. Also humiliating and extremely frustrating, stressful and a big problem with fulfilling our travel plans between son and father." (Source: www.kayak.com)

 

 

 

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