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Flying into Beautiful Columbus

Millions of visitors flock to Columbus each year to enjoy everything from the city’s rich history to its eclectic bars and restaurants to its endless outdoor activities. If you have your sights set on Ohio’s capital city, then there are plenty of flight options to get you there on just about any travel budget. 
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Best Time To Visit the City 

Tourism in Columbus peaks in the summer months, which is also when flights to the city increase in price. The height of summer travel takes place during June, July, and August when temperatures are consistently in the low to mid 80s. 

April and May are generally pleasant months as well with highs in the upper 60s. This is a good time to travel considering tourism is slower and flights are cheaper. The weather fluctuates during September and October making way for the winter months when lows are consistently in the mid 30s. 

Affordable Flights to Columbus 

Columbus is a central hub for many flights on the east coast, which means there are plenty of cheap flights to choose from. US Airways, Delta, and United are among the array of airlines that fly to Port Columbus International Airport daily. 

There are also a number of nonstop flights to Columbus from Atlanta, from New York, from Philadelphia, and 34 other airports nationwide. Port Columbus International Airport handles hundreds of domestic and international flights each week and serves a total of 15 major airlines. 

Transportation To and Around the City 

Port Columbus International Airport is only seven miles away from downtown Columbus, so getting to the city once you arrive is a breeze. There are eight rental car companies in the main terminal as well as a dedicated taxi service to and from the airport. 

The city’s transit authority is top-notch with bus routes running to and from the airport as well as hundreds of locations throughout the city. Columbus is also a very pedestrian-friendly city with plenty of walkable routes to attractions and points of interest. 

Things To Do in Columbus 

Whether you want to stroll the art galleries and restaurants in the ever-popular Short North neighborhood or tour the Franklin Park Conservatory, there’s always something to do in Columbus. To get the most out of your visit, stop by the downtown Greater Columbus Visitors Bureau on West Nationwide Avenue. And, when it comes to booking your flight, let Hipmunk help you find the best deal.