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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Detroit?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $47 and $49 for one-way flights to Detroit for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
TPA Detroit May 18 - May 25 $47
FLL Detroit May 21 - May 23 $61
ATL Detroit Jun 5 - Jun 7 $61
DEN Detroit Jul 14 - Jul 19 $86
DFW Detroit May 21 - May 29 $91
LGA Detroit May 18 - May 19 $99
LAX Detroit May 25 - Jun 1 $152
TPA Flint May 25 - May 31 $157
FLL Flint May 22 - May 23 $190
EWR Flint May 29 - Jun 2 $224
DEN Flint May 19 - May 26 $253
LGA Flint Aug 13 - Aug 18 $270
LAX Flint May 22 - Sep 24 $304
PHX Flint Jun 9 - Oct 27 $320
FCO Detroit Jun 20 - Jul 22 $882
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
TPA Detroit May 15 - May 24 $47
FLL Detroit May 15 - May 25 $77
DEN Detroit May 14 - May 19 $97
DFW Detroit May 15 - May 17 $117
ATL Detroit May 15 - May 25 $143
LGA Detroit May 15 - Jun 15 $178
LGA Detroit May 15 - Jun 15 $178
TPA Flint May 14 - May 16 $190
LAX Detroit May 14 - May 18 $197
PHX Detroit May 14 - May 17 $312
DFW Flint May 15 - May 29 $325
ATL Flint May 14 - May 25 $328
PHX Flint May 15 - May 25 $419
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Mar 15, 2020

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Mar 14, 2020

Very enjoyable flight and will fly American Airlines again!

Mar 14, 2020

Easy, low-key, short flight.

Mar 14, 2020

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Mar 13, 2020

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Mar 13, 2020

The pilot was funny!

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Detroit DTW Flight Information

Traveling toDetroit DTW
Lowest Price$47
Number of Airlines Serving4
Airlines ServingAmerican Airlines, Spirit Airlines
Number of Daily Flights10
Airlines with Direct FlightsAmerican Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Aeromexico, WestJet

FAQs about Detroit Flights

Can I catch a flight to Detroit at the moment?

For the latest in-depth information regarding flights bound for Detroit, head to our Covid-19 Travel Advisor. All you need to know about current travel restrictions and quarantine requirements is all here in one convenient place.

Which airlines fly to Detroit?

11 airlines fly to Detroit, so you have plenty of choice. Experienced travelers often recommend flying with:

  • Delta
  • American Airlines
  • Spirit Airlines
If I am not able to travel due to COVID-19, can I change my booking to a later date?

For more info about changing your flight to Detroit, please visit our Customer Service Portal.

What airport is best to fly into Detroit?

Who enjoys getting caught up in bumper-to-bumper traffic while trying to get to a flight on the opposite side of town? Travel smart. Detroit features several airports, so have a think about which one is nearest to your hotel. These are the city's leading airports:

  • Metro Airport – 19 mi from downtown
  • Flint, MI Airport (FNT-Bishop Intl.) – 56 mi from downtown
  • Oakland County Intl. Airport (PTK) – 31 mi from downtown
Where to stay in Detroit

It's time to spread your wings and get inspired by Detroit, and the best place to start is with the search for a place to stay. Travelocity has 414 quality options just waiting to be booked.

Who doesn't appreciate the finer things in life? If you want to treat yourself for a night or two, book a room at The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit or the Atheneum Suite Hotel. The Comfort Inn Downtown and the Baymont by Wyndham Downtown Detroit are some less expensive options if you'd prefer to spend your cash on experiences.

Places to visit in Detroit

So many places to see and so little time. If you want to discover the best of this city, add GM Renaissance Center, and Ford Field to your vacation itinerary. If you have an extra day, stop by Fox Theatre, and Comerica Park as well.

Look up all the matches that are being hosted at Little Caesars Arena. Need some more options? Whether you're a high roller or just an amateur, MotorCity Casino is an exciting place to try your luck. And there's more. Take a seat at a table at MGM Grand Detroit Casino if you enjoy showiness and the anticipation when the roulette wheel spins up.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Detroit

Your trip to Detroit begins the minute you've satisfied all the security checks. We've compiled a list of useful tips to ensure you pass through quickly:

  • Make sure you know the whereabouts of your travel ID and boarding pass. You don't want to hold up the queue when you're asked to produce them.
  • Keep in mind that belts with metal buckles can set off the body scanner's alarms. If you have one on, you may be instructed to step back and remove it before moving forward.
  • Laptops, digital cameras and other electronic devices must be placed in separate bins to be X-rayed.
  • Traveling with a new cologne? As long as it's not bigger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and it's stored in a clear zip-lock bag, you can keep it with you in your hand luggage.
  • Think about your choice of footwear. Slippers are awesome because they're a cinch to remove when you're doing the airport security checks. Try wearing a pair on your next journey!
  • The list of non-permissible items is forever updating. Read over your airline's website to learn about what is not allowed on board their aircraft.

Flights To Detroit

America’s most-beloved blue-collar burg, Detroit, has evolved from its original car-making "Motor City" fame, offering all the sights and amenities of any large modern metropolis. You can cheer on professional sports teams, hang out at clubs that were once speakeasies, or shop at upscale boutiques and spacious fashion malls. A cluster of tall buildings greets you as you fly into Detroit Metro Airport (DTW), the primary hub for Michigan’s Detroit flights. The structures form part of the Renaissance Center, a symbol of the downtown's rebirth as a cultural and retail powerhouse. Let Travelocity help you find the best prices on Detroit airfare so you can focus on planning your itinerary for Motown.

Transportation from DTW

Stay at one of the larger hotels near DTW airport so you can score free shuttles that many hotels provide outside of the baggage claim. Otherwise, given the city's automotive past, you can drive your own private vehicle from any of the major agencies that occupy the rental-car campus near the flight facility (free shuttles will take you there from the airport). To skip driving entirely, book a taxi cab or luxury sedan from the ground transportation center at each terminal. If you bought cheap tickets to Detroit, inexpensive public buses are also available from the North and McNamara terminals. In addition to Detroit plane tickets, many vacation packages already include transportation, so make sure yours doesn't before booking your own ride. After your flight to Detroit lands, you'll want to check into accommodations and drop off your luggage. Unencumbered, you're free to visit the Visitors Bureau near the Renaissance Center. Ask for your free visitor’s packet; it'll show you where to go, tell you what's happening, and often give discounts for tickets to Detroit attractions.

Hotels Near DTW

With Detroit’s airport being located in a largely industrial zone, most of the nearby hotels may not be “vacation-worthy.” Luckily, though, downtown is just a short ride from DTW. So, you are better off with one of these popular options as opposed to a roadside motel close to DTW:

  • MotorCity Casino Hotel – This brand-new luxury hotel is located about five minutes from all of the city’s professional sports venues, making it an ideal place to stay if you are looking to hit the casino floor after the final whistle of the big game. Once you’ve beaten the house at blackjack, take in a concert at the on-site Sound Board music venue.
  • Edward Village Michigan – The postmodern façade of this upscale hotel oozes contemporary cool. Situated between downtown and the airport—as well as adjacent to the Henry Ford Museum and Ford World Headquarters—this may be the most conveniently located property in the greater Detroit area.
  • Greektown Casino Hotel – Just a long fly-ball from Comerica Park, Greektown is Detroit’s newest 4-Diamond hotel. In between sessions at the gaming tables on the casino floor, make sure to get out and explore the restaurants, shops, and culture of the surrounding Greektown neighborhood.
  • Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center – Resting right on the banks of the Detroit River, the amazing glass atrium seemingly serves as an entrance to the entire city, as well as to the impressive Marriott property. Enjoy sweeping views of Canada to the south (yes, the south) from your room on one of the upper floors, or take a stroll along the RiverWalk to experience a different perspective of downtown.

Things to Do Near DTW

It’s just a short ride from DTW airport to downtown Detroit. Here are some of the more popular things to do along the way into town:

  • The Henry Ford – More than just a facility honoring the great American automaker, the property is home to the Henry Ford Museum where you can learn about all his technological innovations; Greenfield Village for a step back in history; and Ford Rouge Factory Tour to explore the manufacturing marvels that helped create the Motor City.
  • Automotive Hall of Fame – Let your inner-motor head come out and play in this one-of-a-kind attraction dedicated to mankind’s love affair with cars. See historic cars from Detroit’s most prominent automakers, as well as fascinating foreign vehicles.
  • Professional Sports – Detroit may go by Motown or the Motor City, but to sports fans it’s known as Hockeytown. Catch a Red Wings game at the Joe Louis Arena. When the Red Wings aren’t in town, maybe the NBA’s Pistons are tipping off against their opponents that night. If you prefer outdoor sports, the MLB Tigers and NFL Lions are two other exciting athletic options.

Explore Detroit

Whether you're searching for the cheapest flights to Detroit or luxury stays at five-star properties, you can use Travelocity to search over 400 airlines and more than 510,000 hotels worldwide. Travelocity’s flight deals to Detroit grant you more money to dine on the city's numerous international eateries or check out the former homes of automobile magnates.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.