|Best Price Found||$58||The best one-way flight to Los Angeles from Portland in the past 72 hours is $58. The best round-trip flight deal from Portland to Los Angeles found on momondo in the last 72 hours is $120.|
|Fastest flight time||2h 17m||The fastest flight from Portland to Los Angeles takes 2h 17m|
|Direct flights||Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat and Sun||Direct flights go from Portland to Los Angeles on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The only airline offering direct flights is American Airlines.|
|Airports in Los Angeles||1 airport||There is 1 airport near Los Angeles: Los Angeles (LAX)|
The cheapest time of year to fly to Los Angeles from Portland is September. Most expensive is December
The cheapest day of the week is typically Wednesday. The most expensive is typically Sunday
Portland to Los Angeles flights are approximately 10% more expensive in the morning than at noon
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Alaska Airlines, Delta, and Major Airline are the most popular carriers operating from Portland to Los Angeles
Portland - Los Angeles
Fly from Portland to Los Angeles for the best Portland - Los Angeles flight prices
49 days before
The cheapest time to buy a flight from Portland to Los Angeles is approximately 49 days to departure
Easy boarding, plenty of overhead space, entertaining staff, good progress communication, and on-time arrival.
Even after posting extra for comfort +, the seats do not recline!
Free exit seat up grade No food
Spirit is an awful airline. Rude gate workers in Las Vegas. Ridiculous bag charges. No leg room. I'll never be lured to this airline again.
The flight was gate-delayed for an electrical problem on the original aircraft, and was not able to be fixed in time for us to fly out at the scheduled time. We had to de-plane, and wait while another aircraft was prepped and made available for our flight to Houston, which means a departure some 2 hours later than scheduled, and an arrival about 3 hours late. I appreciate that it isn't always possible to use the scheduled aircraft, but the replacement appears to have been out of service for some time, with seating that was lumpy and outdated, and overhead bins that barely fit most current carry-on specifications and which hung lower than normal (I, and several other people, banged heads on the lower hanging doors). The captain and crew were very nice, and went out of their way to assist several people who misplaced items on the switch of planes, in addition to maintaining a cheery disposition and excellent service despite the difficulties, and that was much appreciated.
Flight attendant for first class is definitely not a morning person. Oh and the WiFi DID NOT WORK!
Smooth trip. No problems no delays and that's great.
No complaints. Wish they had DrPepper but that’s a Me problem. You get what you pay for and I’m good with that.
Pros: Fast boarding
Cons: On arrival, have passengers needing assistance to wait to deplane until the end.
Distance to downtown
84% less than flights
Some of our partner airlines flying from Portland to Los Angeles are adopting new policies due to the global impact of COVID-19. Some of the airlines that may be waiving their cancellation fees are Alaska Airlines, Delta, and American Airlines. You can search for the full list of airlines like Alaska Airlines that are offering this flexibility.
Taking a flight to your destination is the cheapest option we’ve found in the past few days. The cheapest price we’ve found for this option is $120, making it less expensive than a train from Portland to Los Angeles and cheaper than a bus from Portland to Los Angeles.
Los Angeles is 824.7 mi away from Portland. In terms of flight time, this usually takes a little over 2h 23m.
The carbon footprint of a Portland to Los Angeles flight is around 1,135lb, which may vary slightly based on airline and stops. There is a CO2 sorter on our flight search results to help you select the lowest possible footprint. The carbon footprint of this journey by train would be 176lb - a 85% reduction. By bus, this journey’s emissions can be cut to 111lb. This would result in a 91% smaller carbon footprint vs. flying.