What It Costs to Fly to Disney World in Fall 2022

Planning a trip to Disney World is expensive. There are the tickets, hotel rooms, plus a budget for merchandise and food to consider.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Another thing you’ll have to consider is how much it will cost you to travel. If you’re someone who flies to Disney World, budgeting your travel costs can feel like a daunting task with flight prices currently high and with so many airlines to choose from. That’s why we’re here to help! We’re calculating the average cost to fly to Disney World so you can have a rough estimate of how much you’ll need to budget.

Let’s start with some basics. There are thousands of airports all over the country, so naturally, we can’t account for every single one, but we are going to take into consideration some of the biggest airports and common ones that travelers depart from. Additionally, in order to simplify things, we are only going to consider flights into Orlando International Airport. We are also basing this off of one single ticket, so keep that in mind if you are traveling with multiple people.

Orlando International Airport

And finally, we are going to look at flights in September, October, and November to get a complete look at variations over time. We are going to pick a specific date span for each month and go off of numbers for that. We’ll look at multiple different airlines, and price things out accordingly. For ease, we are going to look at the cheapest, most direct (though some layovers may be inevitable) flights from a myriad of airlines.

We utilized Google Flights to get an idea for pricing.

Flights in September

For September, we are going to look at flights departing their home airport on September 16th and leaving Orlando International Airport on September 20th. This will help us to avoid any uptick in prices we may see due to the Labor Day holiday and will give a good look at average prices for the month.

New York (JFK or La Guardia)

Flights from New York City (either JFK or La Guardia) have fares as low as $98 one way.

©Google Flights

For our dates, prices are:

  • Spirit Airlines (from LGA): $117 roundtrip
  • JetBlue Airways: $184 roundtrip
  • Delta Airlines: $184 roundtrip
  • American Airlines: $200 roundtrip
  • Southwest Airlines: $143.96 roundtrip before fees

Los Angeles (LAX)

From Los Angeles (LAX) to Orlando (MCO), the flights range in price from $160 to $300 one way.

©Google Flights

For our dates, prices are:

  • United Airlines: $313 roundtrip
  • Delta Airlines: $363 roundtrip
  • Spirit Airlines: $198 roundtrip
  • American Airlines: $355 roundtrip
  • Southwest Airlines: $323.50 before taxes and fees

Dallas (DFW)

In September, one-way tickets from Dallas to Orlando range in price from  $96 to $288.

©Google Flights

For our dates, prices are:

  • Frontier Airlines: $188 roundtrip
  • Spirit Airlines: $155 roundtrip
  • American Airlines: $319 roundtrip
  • United Airlines: $321 roundtrip
  • Delta Airlines: $428 roundtrip

Denver (DEN)

For those flying out of Denver, September flights start one-way at $147 and get as high as $227.

©Google Flights

Four our dates, prices are:

  • Frontier Airlines: $176 roundtrip
  • United Airlines: $284 roundtrip
  • JetBlue Airways: $216 roundtrip
  • Delta Airlines: $308 roundtrip
  • Southwest Airlines: $274.20 roundtrip

Chicago O’Hare (ORD)

For flights departing from Chicago O’Hare, one-way tickets range from $98 to $243 in September.

©Google Flights

For our dates, prices are:

  • Frontier Airlines: $118 roundtrip
  • Spirit Airlines: $125 roundtrip
  • United Airlines: $200 roundtrip
  • American Airlines $213 roundtrip
  • Southwest Airlines: $211.87 roundtrip before fees

Based on these fares, the average price to fly to Disney World in September (or at least on these dates in September) is $236.74.

Flights in October

Moving right along to October flights. For our calculations, we’re going to look at flights that depart on October 14th, and fly back from Orlando on October 18th. This is pretty much right in the middle of the month and should give us a good idea of what the entire month’s prices will look like.

New York (La Guardia)

In October, airfare ranges from $98 to $118 for flights from La Guardia to Orlando International Airport.

©Google Flights

For our dates, here’s what prices look like:

  • Frontier Airlines: $116 roundtrip
  • Spirit Airlines: $130 roundtrip
  • Delta Airlines: $184 roundtrip
  • JetBlue Airways: $184 roundtrip
  • Southwest Airlines: $216.52 roundtrip before fees

Los Angeles (LAX)

For flights from Los Angeles to Orlando, one-way airfare ranges in price from $176 to $274.

©Google Flights
  • United Airlines: $345 roundtrip
  • Delta Airlines: $398 roundtrip
  • Spirit Airlines: $293 roundtrip
  • American Airlines: $416 roundtrip
  • Southwest Airlines: $439.28 roundtrip before fees

Dallas (DFW)

For flights from Dallas to Orlando, airfare prices range from $98 to $158 for one-way tickets.

©Google Flights
  • Frontier Airlines: $118 roundtrip
  • Spirit Airlines: $138 roundtrip
  • Delta Airlines: $207 roundtrip
  • American Airlines: $349 roundtrip
  • United Airlines: $323 roundtrip

Denver (DEN)

If you’re traveling from Denver to Orlando, one-way tickets are ranging in price from $154 to $214 in October.

©Google Flights
  • Frontier Airlines: $277 roundtrip
  • JetBlue Airways: $308 roundtrip
  • Delta Airlines: $403 roundtrip
  • United Airlines: $423 roundtrip
  • Southwest Airlines: $437.92 roundtrip

Chicago O’Hare

If you’re flying from Chicago, your airfare will range from $98 to $128 in October.

©Google Flights
  • Frontier Airlines: $118 roundtrip
  • Spirit Airlines: $175 roundtrip
  • United Airlines: $253 roundtrip
  • American Airlines: $269 roundtrip
  • Southwest Airlines: $251.87

Based on this data, the average cost to fly to Disney World in October is $270.90.

And that’s what the average cost to fly to Disney World in the fall is! Of course, these numbers will vary as the price to fly is almost always changing, but you can use this as a benchmark to help determine how much you should budget for your travel expenses the next time you head to Disney World.

If you’re traveling to Disney World this fall, there’s a lot to see and do! Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party has officially kicked off in Magic Kingdom (you can check out our experience at the event here) and the 2022 EPCOT Food and Wine Festival is going strong, as well. We’re always on the lookout for Disney and travel-related news, so make sure to stay tuned to AllEars for the latest!

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