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Roundtrip Nonstop Flight to/from New York City - Los Angeles EXPIRED

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JetBlue Airways, Delta, American and Alaska Airlines via Expedia has Roundtrip Nonstop Flights to/from New York City (JFK) to Los Angeles (LAX) for $197 for travel on Select Dates January-February 2020. Thanks serra

Note, you may opt to book via Orbitz, or Priceline as well

Travel Availability:
  • Departs New York City (JFK):
    • January 21-31
    • February 1-12, 18-29
  • Departs Los Angeles (LAX):
    • January 22-25, 27-31
    • February 1-20, 24-29
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  • These are all basic economy fares where you are restricted to a carry-on bag, no advance seat assignment, no changes and no upgrades. Plus you will be the last group to board the aircraft.
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so cheap! works both ways. and honestly, i don't think i will ever pay more than this for this route anymore.

JetBlue Airways, Delta, American and Alaska Airlines have round trip airfares travelling to and from New York (JFK) and Los Angeles (LAX) for $197, nonstop. These are all basic economy fares where you are restricted to a carry-on bag, no advance seat assignment, no changes and no upgrades. Plus you will be the last group to board the aircraft.

Travel Availability:
Departs JFK: Jan 21-31; Feb 1-12, 18-29
Departs LAX: Jan 22-25, 27-31; Feb 1-20, 24-29

Use dates and book it on your reputable and known OTAs such as Expedia [expedia.com], Orbitz [orbitz.com], or Priceline [priceline.com].

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Sorry but this post is ridiculous. I've lived here for 20 years. June gloom lasts for like three weeks. C'mon man.
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RT in title means round trip. also mentioned in the original post.
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This is one way trip? Or round trip?
RT in title means round trip. also mentioned in the original post.
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Pretty good deal but LAX is such a trainwreck. Took me twenty minutes to make a loop around it the other day. The deal from Burbank on the FP seems more appealing even if burbank is a bit out of the way.
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Pretty good deal but LAX is such a trainwreck. Took me twenty minutes to make a loop around it the other day. The deal from Burbank on the FP seems more appealing even if burbank is a bit out of the way.
Use the arrivals loop, it has elevators going up to departure for each terminal. It tends to be traffic, plus you can get "free" luggage cart.
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+1, going up to the departures level is a rookie move. Always stay downstairs on the arrivals level if you can.
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+1, going up to the departures level is a rookie move. Always stay downstairs on the arrivals level if you can.
It depends on what time you're there. On a recent trip the upstairs was deserted when we arrived so we had our family member pick us up there instead.
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^ Roll the dice if you want, I'm sticking with the fast lanes downstairs.
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Too cold. Pass
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You don't have to book a round-trip these days. One way prices are the same if bought individually or part of round-trip. In this case the one ways price at $98 each.
If you do this you might get more flexibility with your itinerary. Gone are the days when RT was required for low prices.
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Are these the best months to visit LA?
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Has anyone experienced any issues after booking using Expedia, Priceline and others? I always booked directly with airlines and heard bad stories about booking through middle men.
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Are these the best months to visit LA?
every month is good in LA except summer
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every month is good in LA except summer
Why is that? Summer is too crowded and too hot to see LA?
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