|Best Price Found||$108||The best flight deal from Los Angeles to Phoenix found on momondo in the last 72 hours is $108|
|Fastest flight time||1h 24m||The fastest flight from Los Angeles to Phoenix takes 1h 24m|
|Direct flights||Mo, Tu, We, Th and Fr||Direct flights go from Los Angeles to Phoenix on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Airlines offering direct flights are: Delta and American Airlines.|
|Airports in Phoenix||2 airports||There are 2 airports near Phoenix: Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl (PHX), Phoenix-Mesa Gateway (AZA)|
Pros: Seat was spacious. Crew very accommodating.
Cons: Lines for bag check very long.
Pros: Everything! From ticketing agent to all the crew on our flight back were awesome. Thank you!
Cons: Wouldn't let us on the flight when there was plenty of time to get there. Manager was arrogant and slow - didn't care. Poor policies at that airport.
Pros: Quick boarding. Inexpensive ticket. Direct flight.
Cons: Crew walked thru cabin at least 5 times collecting garbage, but could not hand out sealed snack or sealed water. People sat should-to-shoulder - No buffer space, but asked to leave the plane with 6 foot intervals???? This airline picks and chooses their Covid precautions. Quick and inexpensive flight, if you don’t mind the rest.
Cons: Not charging me 100 dollars For a luggage that was 56 pounds
Pros: The plane was new and the seats were nice.
Pros: Well, it was not very comfortable and we were delayed for an hour. And a crew member was sick.
Cons: Mostly everything.
Many airlines have put safety measures in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19. One is Alaska Airlines. Usage of HEPA filters, scheduled sanitation, enhanced cleaning of aircrafts, pre-flight testing, and mask policies are some of the implemented practices made by airlines to help keep you safe as you depart from Los Angeles to Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl. Keep in mind that policies will vary by airline.
To ease the stress of booking flights, some of our airline partners flying from Los Angeles to Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl are responding to the global pandemic. The following airlines may have a flexible cancellation policy to help accommodate travelers: American Airlines, Delta, and United Airlines.