Cheap Flights to Georgia
If you’re considering flying from a less-than-ideal location, Georgia is definitely worth the time and money. If you can travel to Atlanta for less than $200/night, it’s a great option for a weekend getaway.
Cons: "The whole negative experience started with having to pay for my carry on. Yes, this was my fault for not knowing or expecting the extra $45 each way for my carry on. Water was not given during the three hour flight - you pay for all refreshments! The planes feel like a budget experience with cheap fold down trays and arm rests that slam down making lots of noise, and there is very little foom under the seat to put a small bag. My same small back pack that fits under other airlines seats wasn't even close to going under forcing me to straddle for the the entire flight. I will NOT use Frontier again. The airline feels like Alligeant that costs much less. I'll stick with Southwest!"
Cons: "Every part of Frontier's system seems designed as a screw-you to customers. For example, I tried to pay for bags online, but the website and app were both down. But if you talk to a person, they charge you more money. The phone system is awful - it is extremely difficult to get to a live person. If you say 'operator' or 'representative,' the computer can't understand you, and will hang up on you. Also, they strongly push you to check bags (as they charge for carry-on), and the waits were incredibly long to pick up bags. It was slow on one end of our trip, and on the other, our bags didn't come out for an hour and forty minutes. The headache is not worth Frontier's rates being (slightly) cheaper." (Source: www.kayak.com)
Cons: "LIAT is an awful company that really makes the west indies look backwards. My flight was canceled by jetblue which rebooked my flight. the ticketing agency spent more than 12 hours trying to contact LIAT with no avail, 10 of those 12 hours I have been waiting for help. LIAT can't accomodate and rebook my flight for the funeral I am supposed to be going to tomorrow, they received payment for my flight and refuse to refund my money so that i can make other arrangements"
Pros: "The crew was great, and so was a JetBlue pilot dead-heading in the seat next to me. I liked the space in the MoreSpace seat I paid for. I relieved that the upgrade seat came with boarding in the first group. Some airlines you pay for the seat, but you're still group 3 or 4 and, meaning all sorts of anxiety about the most miserable part of any flight, the dreaded fight for the overhead bins, wondering it you'll have to check the bag and then wait for it at the destination. Thank you for removing that." (Source: www.kayak.com)
Last minute change to our terminal and gate made our well-planned departure hectic and less enjoyable experience. Luckily we were at the airport 2 hours before the scheduled flight. We were moved from Terminal 2 to Terminal 4 right when we arrived at the gate. Although Delta had a shuttle that allowed us to move terminals without going through security a second time, the shuttle dropped us off at the bevy of the terminal. We had to walk over 3 miles to get to the very last gate, and the moving escalators were out-of-order. It also did not have any bathrooms or fast food, even just hot coffee, nearby. After reaching our gate, my son who has asthma was sweaty and had to use his inhaler again.
Cons: "Boeing 767-400ER seats had no leg room for 6'+ traveller like me. The entertainment system was so old that there were no 115v outlets or USB ports. On a 7-hour flight, that is a significant problem for travellers today with multiple electronic devices. Finally, we were not told in advance that we had to go through security twice and through US Customs BEFORE leaving Dublin. So, the 6-hour layover at JFK was a complete waste of our time as we did not have to go through Customs there." (Source: www.kayak.com)