The best way to find a cheap flight ticket from Los Angeles to Seattle, WA is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid traveling at rush hour.
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2 h 34 m
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Of the 5 flights that leave Los Angeles for Seattle, WA every day 5 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.
|Distance||958 miles (1545 km)|
|Average flight duration||10 h 33 min|
|Average plane ticket price||$71 (€62)|
|Airlines||United, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, skywest airlines or Spirit Airlines|
Flights from Los Angeles to Seattle, WA cover the 958 miles (1545 km) long trip taking on average 10 h 33 min with our travel partners like United, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, skywest airlines or Spirit Airlines. There are direct flight services available. You can get the cheapest plane tickets for this trip for as low as $54 (€47), but the average price of plane tickets is $71 (€62).
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Passengers can take a direct or indirect flight from Los Angeles to Seattle any day of the week with the numerous flights available. Flights are with Alaska Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, and American Airlines. The direct flight from Los Angeles to Seattle takes two hours and 50 minutes to three hours and 11 minutes to cover the 1163 mile (1871 kilometer) distance north. Indirect flights are typically four hours and 22 minutes to six hours and 30 minutes in duration, depending on the stopover city. Flights depart from one of five possible airports, the local Los Angeles International Airport, Bob Hope Airport, Daugherty Field, and the nearby John Wayne Airport and Ontario International Airport, and arrive at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport or Paine Field.
Direct flights are with Alaska Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines and American Airlines. These airlines are highly frequent throughout the week, as each airline has a minimum of three daily direct flights, and often upwards of 20 such options. Indirect flights are operated by these airlines as well as Hawaiian Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and Spirit Airlines. Delta and Alaska Airlines typically have the fastest flights along this route, although direct flights all share fairly similar flight times. Alaska Airlines is the most frequent provider of flights along this route, and United Airlines often has the fastest indirect flights between these western US cities.
The fastest way to get from Los Angeles to Seattle is via direct flight. The direct flight from Los Angeles to Seattle is between two hours and 50 minutes three hours and 11 minutes. Delta Airlines and Alaska Airlines typically have the fastest flights on a daily basis. Direct flight duration depends on the departure time, weather conditions, and the location of departure or arrival airports. The fastest flights typically depart Los Angeles International Airport and arrive at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Indirect flights are between four hours and 22 minutes and six hours and 30 minutes. The fastest indirect flights stopover once along the way in San Francisco, Phoenix and Salt Lake City. Stopovers can be as brief as under an hour, or up to two hours within this flight time.
There are over 50 daily direct flights along this route. Flights are evenly scheduled throughout the week, and are highly consistent across weekdays and weekends. Direct flight departures are scheduled to begin around half past seven in the morning, whereas indirect flights begin departing around 6 a.m. Final departures are scheduled for 9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and direct flights tend to operate slightly later than indirect options. There are an additional 12 to 16 indirect flights available with a flight time under six hours and 30 minutes.
Departure Airport: Flights from Los Angeles to Seattle depart from one of five possible airports, the local Los Angeles International Airport, Bob Hope Airport, Daugherty Field, and the nearby John Wayne Airport and Ontario International Airport. The distances between these airports and the Los Angeles city center are 12, 17.3, 34 and 37 miles (19, 27.8, 54.7 and 60 kilometers) respectively. Public transit or shuttle buses are available for passengers traveling to Los Angeles International, Bob Hope and Daugherty Field airports, but driving is the best way to reach John Wayne and Ontario airports. Public transit is in the form of LAX city buses, rail, and airport shuttles, and takes 30 to 90 minutes. Driving to the nearby airports takes 35 to 55 minutes. These airports have amenities such as services for those with limited mobility, free WiFi, and shops.
Arrival airports: Flights from Los Angeles to Seattle arrive at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport or Paine Field. Seattle-Tacoma is just over 11 miles (17.7 kilometers) from central Seattle. Passengers can take public transportation from the airport to the city. Both bus and Light Rail's Red Line make the journey into central Seattle in 35 to 45 minutes. Paine Field is 21 miles (33.7 kilometers) from central Seattle, and although it is less connected than Seattle-Tacoma by public transit, it is possible to reach the city via a two bus route in one and a half hours. Paine Field is small but equipped with services on par with Seattle-Tacoma for those with limited mobility. There are a handful of cafes and shops, although passengers traveling outside of business hours may want to bring food along with them to this smaller airport.
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