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AA Flights From Philadelphia to Los Angeles

AA Flights From Philadelphia to Los Angeles

Flights From Philadelphia to Los Angeles

The whole family might reach their destination later than anticipated. Plan now to avoid your whole Thanksgiving holiday to be crammed into a two-year-old economy-class airplane seat.

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Cons: "A woman at the LAX (connection point) boarding area was so rude to the point where a supervisor got involved. I had a carry on with insulin(I'm type 1 diabetic) that she told me I had to check in. I politely asked her why since Philadelphia international did not give me any issues about it. I also told her that I'm type 1 diabetic and can die without it. She said "you're either checking this bag in or no one is boarding" and proceeded to put the security arm down. I spoke to a Supervisor, who told me it was completely fine. My 7 year old child and I finally boarded thanks to the supervisor. My advise to the wpmn is to stop and think why another reputable airport would have let someone through with the bag she's refusing to let in due to simple fact of size. This was not larger than a normal carry on. I understand that flights are often full and make these requests but certainly not in a humiliating way and ceerriamlg not after being told that it contains medicine that someone can die without."

Pros: "I tried to check in on line. No one sent me the check in mail. I tried many times. Since kayak sent it to price line, I tried with price line and it said to go directly to spirit. I went to spririt many time but unsuccessful. I fill in information but drops the information. I decided to check in at airport. Trains made big delays and arrived airport 45 min before departure and dead line was 1 hour before. I was cut. No other flights were available except for the same one on the next day. They charged $99 for change fee. I missed many appointments, spent extra $99. There is very little direct flights between phl and lax, and price seems good at the beginning but ended up expensive and lost one day, spirit had very very bad service and I don't want to use it again." (Source: www.kayak.com)

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Cons: "Every single aspect. It's as if an engineer looked at an airplane and said, "What if we took out the WiFi, removed the tray tables, narrowed the arm rests to the width of a pencil, and replaced reclining seats with chairs from Chipotle?" That, plus the nickel-and-diming of EVERY aspect, from soft drinks to carry-ons to seat selection, and you quickly realize that you made a grave mistake booking such a brazenly cheap airline. The one benefit is that I now have a new life standard, and I shall never again use Spirit or anything like it. I will also make it my goal to warn others of its discomfort. I suppose this is a good airline for those strapped for cash, or people who have to commute across the country at a discount. But for me anyone looking for even the base amount of dignity and customer service in the 21st century, Spirit makes a Greyhound bus look like first class."To fly from Philadelphia to Los Angeles, you need to book a flight from Philadelphia (PHL) to Los Angeles (LAX). Nonstop flights to Los Angeles from Philadelphia take 5h 38m on average. When it comes time to book airfare, you have a few options: there are 15 outbound flights from Philadelphia to Los Angeles offered by 9 different airlines.

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