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Flying into Beautiful Phoenix

Cheap flights to Phoenix are fairly easy to come by, not in spite of Phoenix's popularity but because of it. Owing to the sunshine, the landscape, and the year-round activities, visitors flock to the city no matter what the season. Phoenix itself is warm in terms of temperature and atmosphere, so even fly-by-night travelers feel immediately at home.
Roundtrip Flights to Phoenix
Baltimore (BWI) Phoenix (PHX)Fri Mar 06-Sun Mar 08$648
Washington (IAD) Phoenix (PHX)Fri Mar 13-Sun Mar 15$834
Baltimore (BWI) Phoenix (PHX)Fri Mar 20-Sun Mar 22$586
Baltimore (BWI) Phoenix (PHX)Fri Mar 27-Sun Mar 29$561
Baltimore (BWI) Phoenix (PHX)Fri Apr 03-Sun Apr 05$543
Baltimore (BWI) Phoenix (PHX)Fri Apr 10-Sun Apr 12$488
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Choosing an Accommodating Airport

Phoenix has two major airports from which to choose. The Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the most popular, and one of the most dependable. It's only three miles from the downtown area, and because it's a hub, it's generally bustling. It has three terminals, 2-4, with Terminal 4 being the busiest. Public buses run between the terminals, but the airport also has a metro shuttle. The Deer Valley Airport and the Goodyear Airport are ports for Sky Harbor.

Scottsdale Airport is another choice, especially for travelers who want something a bit smaller. Scottsdale is around 20 miles away from Phoenix, so the trip isn't a long one. Scottsdale is a top choice for leisure and business travelers. The recently remodeled terminal offers free parking and is incredibly flexible.

Picking the Perfect Airline for a Phoenix Flight

Choosing an airline largely depends on the airport. Most people do choose Sky Harbor, not just because it's the largest, but also because it's the most versatile. It's incredibly easy to navigate and it has certain aspects travelers don't expect to see, such as an Arts Program that puts on exhibitions and keeps collections. It also has free Wi-Fi and it allows dogs.

The airport sees around 1600 planes landing and taking off each day. Travelers have their choice when it comes to airlines, as the bigger names – US Airways, Southwest, American Airlines, Delta, United, and jetBlue – all offer flights to and from Phoenix. Smaller airliners, such as Hawaiian Airlines, Alaskan Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Spirit, Sun Country, airTran, and Volaris, are all available as well.

Sky Harbor also boasts several lounges. Terminal 2 houses the United Airlines United Club, where members receive complimentary drinks, snacks, and breakfast, along with power outlets, charging stations, and Wi-Fi. The US Airways Club has three lounges in Terminal 4, located in concourses A1, A2, and B1. The British Airways Terraces Lounge is in Terminal 4 as well.

Scottsdale Airport has a lounge too. The passenger boarding lounge is non-exclusive there, so travelers can easily relax or wait during layovers. The airport also has a non-exclusive conference room.

The Best Times to Fly In and Out of Phoenix

The sheer scope of Sky Harbor lends itself well to year-round travel. The weather in Phoenix means there's rarely any reason to cancel or push back flights. Peak season lasts from November to April, so it's harder to find last-minute flights to Phoenix or cheaper fares for outbound flights. Those who choose to visit the city should book hotels and transportation as well.

Summer is hot, making it the ideal off-season span. Visitors can get cheap one way flights to Phoenix when they book between May and October. Round-trip tickets are available for affordable prices as well. Anyone coming through the city in high summer should simply make it a point to look for park tickets too, to take advantage of the water.

Must-See Attractions Around the City

Phoenix's biggest attractions are all-natural. Camel Back Mountain and the desert typically call to visitors. Even during the height of summer, the nightlife is amazing. There are many art centers and complexes around and outside of the city as well.

 

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