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Baltimore to Los Angeles or Vice Versa $167 RT Nonstop Airfares on United Airlines BE (Travel Dec-April 2020)

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United Airlines have round trip airfares travelling to and from Baltimore (BWI) and Los Angeles (LAX) for $167, nonstop. These are basic economy fares, a restricted-type fare.

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Departs BWI: Dec 7, 10-11, 14; Jan 7-8, 11, 14-15, 18, 21-22, 25, 28-29; Feb 1, 4-5, 8, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26, 29; March 3-4, 10-11, 17-18, 24-25, 31; April 1
Departs LAX: Dec 10-11; Jan 7-8, 11, 14-15, 18, 21-22, 25, 28-29; Feb 1, 4-5, 8, 11-12, 18-19, 22, 25-26, 29; March 3-4, 10-11, 17, 25, 31; April 7
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LAX is a nightmare with its poor implementation of LAX-it and its impact on other airport services. Highly recommend avoiding it at all costs.
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LAX is a nightmare with its poor implementation of LAX-it and its impact on other airport services. Highly recommend avoiding it at all costs.
If you do a lot of flying for work, that may be something to worry about, but if you want to visit LA from the east coast, I think an extra hour or so of inconvenience is worth the savings you get from flying into LAX over Burbank (if not for the general populace, than certainly for people on Slickdeals). Just hop on a bus or a shuttle and ride it off of LAX and get a rideshare from there.
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Per August 2019 USA Today article on the 50 most dangerous cities in the WORLD, Baltimore was number 23 just below Cali, Columbia. War zones were excluded.
Except the airport is not in the city. The entire area around the airport is upper class commercial and offices. What point are you trying to make referencing crime in a nearby city that the airport is not in?
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Except the airport is not in the city. The entire area around the airport is upper class commercial and offices. What point are you trying to make referencing crime in a nearby city that the airport is not in?
The Airport is practically on the beltway of Baltimore. All the nearby things to see are in Baltimore, not in the business buildings next to the airport
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Basic Economy? PASS.
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Per August 2019 USA Today article on the 50 most dangerous cities in the WORLD, Baltimore was number 23 just below Cali, Columbia. War zones were excluded.
And many of the suburbs are among the better places to live in the US. It's a mixed bag. I've been to downtown/Inner Harbor probably 10 times and never felt unsafe.

Well, except for all the National Guardsmen after Freddy Gray. But no crowds Wink
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How about some midwest to San Juan deals
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The Airport is practically on the beltway of Baltimore. All the nearby things to see are in Baltimore, not in the business buildings next to the airport
You must not live in Maryland. Plenty of things to do in the city to be sure. As commented before, the inner harbor is exceptionally safe and is where all the "things to see" are in Baltimore.
However, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Gettysburg are all less than an hour from the airport.
TC-ing by assuming travelers will head straight to the dangerous parts that all large cities have is pointless.
I'll reassure anyone wanting to visit the region, the airport is not in the city and is one of the better and safest ones I've flown to/from.
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Per August 2019 USA Today article on the 50 most dangerous cities in the WORLD, Baltimore was number 23 just below Cali, Columbia. War zones were excluded.
This is the worst take.
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You must not live in Maryland. Plenty of things to do in the city to be sure. As commented before, the inner harbor is exceptionally safe and is where all the "things to see" are in Baltimore.
However, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Gettysburg are all less than an hour from the airport.
TC-ing by assuming travelers will head straight to the dangerous parts that all large cities have is pointless.
I'll reassure anyone wanting to visit the region, the airport is not in the city and is one of the better and safest ones I've flown to/from.
Don't overlook Antietam, amazing. Baltimore and DC are within an hour of about 80% of all Civil War history. Plus Central MD is a world away from the eastern seaboard city life. Catoctin Mtn, Harper's Ferry, etc

Ft McHenry is also pretty epic.
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This is the worst take.
just stating the facts
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You must not live in Maryland. Plenty of things to do in the city to be sure. As commented before, the inner harbor is exceptionally safe and is where all the "things to see" are in Baltimore.
However, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Gettysburg are all less than an hour from the airport.
TC-ing by assuming travelers will head straight to the dangerous parts that all large cities have is pointless.
I'll reassure anyone wanting to visit the region, the airport is not in the city and is one of the better and safest ones I've flown to/from.
You must not live in baltimore. I lived 8 blocks from the inner harbor in one of the ''safe areas'' for 15 years and was forced out bc of the crime and repeatedly being a victim of it. The inner harbor is not even close to exceptionally safe. You're irresponsible for suggesting such a thing to people. I worked in the inner harbor for 12 of the last 15 years and I can attest to it being unsafe. People getting mugged and beat down at lunch time right in the most touristy part of the city... The inner harbor. Or you can venture 20 whole blocks north of the ''safe'' inner harbor and get jumped right in front of the police station. Fortunately, I just accepted a job yesterday that is in my hometown of annapolis. Later baltimore! Not gonna miss you!
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While I am not a fan of baltimore, like others have said, it's a solid airport and gives you access to so many great places to visit. Avoid baltimore though.... Just not necessary to visit
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