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Reviewed on Feb 22, 2019
I slept most of the way but it was a comfortable flight.
Will only travel onSpirit if i can get the comfy seats
I got a cheap and good flight
I love this airline!
Left and arrived on time
Beautiful flight and on time leaving Washington and arriving ahead of schedule in Buffalo too
Love the new aircraft
The flight from OGG to LAX was awful. It was so hot and muggy on that plane. There was a flight attendant who was so kind, helpful & went above and beyond. She’s the real MVP!
Headphone plug didn’t work and exit seat doesn’t recline
Seats were comfortable. I would have liked a little more leg room but otherwise my flight was pleasant.
|Number of Daily Flights||11|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 23|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 23|
|Popular Airlines||Alaska Airlines|
United Airlines' main hub, Dulles International Airport (IAD) is a common connecting point for Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), and travelers hopping along the East Coast or taking the leap across the Atlantic. Whether it's killing time at Udvar-Hazy Air and Space Museum or getting your hands dirty at Frying Pan Park's idyllic farm, there's plenty for you to do around Dulles.
Dulles is snug against Virginia's Route 28. Sterling to the north features shopping at Reston Town Center, while Chantilly in the south is home to the Dulles Expo Center. A 20-minute drive up nearby 495–N will take you to the DC–Metropolitan Area where there’s plenty of fun to be had.
Visitors looking to kill time between flights should also check out the Air and Space Museum, which is just a few minutes' drive from the main terminal. There, you can grab a bite to eat, catch an IMAX show or ogle a retired stealth fighter jet.
Flying between Los Angeles and Dulles takes about five hours. Be prepared to take a shuttle from your gate to the main terminal. Dulles is a two-level airport, and both baggage claim and rental car counters are on the lower level. If you need to catch a United connecting flight, you'll find most of their gates in Concourses C and D.