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California’s year-round mild climate reaches glorious levels of perfection in springtime. Unfortunately, high demand on travel during spring break and Easter makes a perfect case for airlines to charge markedly more for flights to the West Coast. Luckily, American Airlines' American Eagle network is celebrating the launch of 10 new routes to and from Los Angeles by slashing fares on a number of West Coast destinations. Fares start at just $54 each way (Los Angeles to Phoenix). Fares are valid for travel April 5 through May 25.
Sample fares (before taxes):
- Los Angeles-Phoenix: $54
- San Jose-San Diego: $57
- Las Vegas-Sacramento: $60
- Monterey-Phoenix: $66
- El Paso-Las Vegas: $72
- Los Angeles-Tucson: $84
- Albuquerque-Reno: $92
- Boise-Los Angeles: $114
- Salt Lake City-Los Angeles: $114
THE VALUE: Not only do you save on springtime fares, but American Eagle (owned by American Airlines) is offering double AAdvantage miles for travel on the new domestic routes.
THE CATCH: Taxes and fees are not included, so expect to pay up to an extra $30 each way.
THE DETAILS: To book your flight, visit American Airlines' website.
WE’VE GOT MORE: Decide what to see when you get there with our California Travel Guide.
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