I did it with Alaska a couple of years back. I think they are the only carrier with non-stop flights. Search their web site for best fares.
Probably be a bit cheaper if you're willing to change planes and add 3 hours onto the journey time. Look here for fares then book directly with the airline:
Non-stop usually means more expensive.
Have a look at www.expedia.com and see who comes up cheapest.
I think you will find that Southwest comes out cheapest - really doubt if they have nonstops, and Southwest does not appear on sites like Expedia or ITA.
Best direct prices are on Alaska. Best with a connection are on Frontier.
Thanks for the advice everyone. Looks like Delta has the best value for our schedule and yes, it's cheaper to book directly with them and not Expedia. Expedia's site is deceiving. It looks like the flight will be a certain price until you try to book it. Then it says something like, "We're sorry but the price is no longer $345. It's now $452." I've noticed this before with Expedia.Edited: 03 September 2011, 17:33
Thats why i book only direct.
That does sometimes happen, but I always double-check just in case. I rarely book flights with Expedia, but last time I did so in December 2010, they were considerably cheaper than booking directly on aa.com for the same exact flights.
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