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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Phoenix?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $87 and $67 for one-way flights to Phoenix for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
DEN Phoenix Jun 24 - Jun 28 $87
DFW Phoenix Jul 15 - Jul 19 $92
ATL Phoenix Jul 29 - Aug 11 $139
MSP Phoenix Jun 20 - Jun 22 $145
SEA Phoenix Jul 7 - Jul 8 $146
ORD Phoenix Jun 24 - Jun 28 $178
ORD Phoenix Jun 24 - Jun 28 $178
DTW Phoenix Jun 23 - Jul 9 $197
CMH Phoenix Aug 11 - Aug 19 $197
BOS Phoenix Aug 8 - Aug 15 $269
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
DFW Phoenix Jun 12 - Jun 20 $163
DEN Phoenix Jun 13 - Jun 27 $197
SEA Phoenix Jun 13 - Jun 25 $215
MSP Phoenix Jun 12 - Jun 19 $250
MDW Phoenix Jun 13 - Jun 24 $269
BOS Phoenix Jun 14 - Jun 25 $356
DTW Phoenix Jun 13 - Jun 29 $356
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Phoenix PHX Flight Information

Traveling toPhoenix PHX
Lowest Price$87
Number of Airlines Serving1
Airlines ServingSpirit Airlines, Delta, Sun Country Airlines, American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Frontier Airlines, United
Number of Daily Flights1
Airlines with Direct FlightsAmerican Airlines

FAQs about Phoenix Flights

Which airlines fly to Phoenix?

Getting ready to jet around the world? Hoping to kick off your amazing adventure in Phoenix? Just a few of the 36 air carriers that fly here are:

  • Japan Transocean Air
  • SriLankan Airlines
  • Southwest Airlines
What airport is best to fly into Phoenix?

Time to make a decision. There are two airports to choose from when jetting into Phoenix. Phoenix, AZ Airport (PHX-Sky Harbor Intl.) is 4 miles (6 kilometers) from the sights and sounds of downtown, while Mesa, AZ Airport (AZA-Phoenix - Mesa Gateway) is around 25 miles (40 kilometers) away.

Where to stay in Phoenix

Whether you want to make new memories, have amazing adventures or experience the local culture, it's all possible in Phoenix. But first, you'll need someplace to base yourself. Travelocity offers 888 properties to select from in Arizona's state capital.

If you're the sort of adventurer who longs for soft, silky sheets, consider the Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix Cityscape or The Westin Phoenix Downtown. Doubt you'll spend much time in your room? Check out budget options like the Rodeway Inn Downtown Phoenix and the Americas Best Value Inn-Downtown Phoenix and splurge on amazing experiences instead.

Places to visit in Phoenix

If you feel like some serious sightseeing, plan an afternoon at Arizona State Capitol. This significant attraction is well worth a look.

Buy tickets to a play at Orpheum Theatre and enjoy seeing the characters come to life. Like some more ideas? There's a lot to discover at Arizona Science Center. Enjoy an extensive range of exhibits on an even more extensive range of subjects. But that's not all. You'll enjoy some inspiration, as well as education, at Heard Museum, which obtains, secures and displays art to keep the local culture thriving.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Phoenix

Make your trip to Phoenix a little bit easier by reading over these useful security tips:

  • Ensure your passport and boarding pass are not hard to access. You will be asked to present them straightaway.
  • Take off your belt, jewellery and shoes before approaching the airport security checkpoint. Items like these are not allowed in the body scanner.
  • All laptops must be removed from their protective carriers and placed in a tub before X-raying.
  • Lip balm, toothpaste and other toiletry items in gel, liquid or cream form need to be stored in containers smaller than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters). They also need to fit in a 1-quart (1-liter) clear resealable bag.
  • Hiking boots and other cumbersome shoes are usually X-rayed. Think about wearing simple sneakers instead.
  • Some countries have stringent biosecurity laws. Consider where you're off to and whether or not you're permitted to fly with fruit and meats.

Flights To Phoenix

Friends say you have a warm heart. Where better to spend your next getaway than in the Valley of the Sun, where temperatures rise with the sun over gorgeous mountain ranges and laughter rolls with the currents down Salt River? Catch the next flights to Phoenix and wander through a Native American pueblo baked into the earth and watch the city’s famous sunsets stripe the sky in bands of purple and orange from a cacti-dotted mountaintop. And need we mention that Arizona’s capital city serves up Southwestern cuisine as succulent as the region’s signature flora? With excellent Phoenix flight deals, you’ll have plenty of savings just waiting for a splurge on delicious dishes, from tamales and margaritas to fry bread and sun tea. There’s that word, “sun” again—just a reminder that you’ll soon be drenched in golden rays.

Transportation from PHX

Your Phoenix flight touches down at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), just 4 miles east of the downtown area. While downtown does have some bus and light rail options, getting there is easiest with a taxi or a rental car. Likewise, Phoenix roadways are a collection of fast-driving freeways and surface streets laid out in an easy-to-navigate grid. So book your car with Travelocity and start exploring as soon as you leave the airport.

Hotels near PHX

One of the best things about booking airfare to Phoenix is knowing that Sky Harbor is near the city’s top neighborhoods and prettiest natural landmarks. As you’re planning your trip, consider these guest favorites:

  • JW Marriott Camelback Inn Scottsdale Resort & Spa: Located in Paradise Valley, northwest of Phoenix, this resort the perfect place to escape the city without wandering too far. Wake up for a round of golf on the resort course or an early morning hike up Camelback Mountain, just 1 mile away. Follow up your busy day with a massage at the hotel spa.
  • Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort: Located near the base of Piestewa Peak—the second-highest peak in Phoenix, renamed after local hero Lori Piestewa in 2003—this resort is within steps of a scenic hike. Amenities include three restaurants and several pools for splashing away a heat wave with style.
  • Arizona Grand Resort: As you fly down the on-site waterslides or lounge with a drink by the pool you’ll know exactly how this resort got its name. You’ll have a grand time fine dining, visiting the in-house spa, and working on your best strokes on the golf course.
  • Pointe Hilton Tapatio: Breathe a sigh of relief as you sit beside the trickling fountains and relax in a homey suite. The bright, palm tree-accented exterior of this resort is reminiscent of vintage Latin American plazas while the luxury bedding offers a state-of-the-art night’s sleep.

Things to Do near PHX

With history and culture around every corner, it’s no surprise that Phoenix has must-visit attractions located near the airport. Plane tickets to Phoenix are passes to some of the most breathtaking sights in the Southwest.

  • Pueblo Grande Museum: Located directly northeast of the airport, this pre-Colombian archeological dig dates back to 450 BCE and was likely inhabited until 1450 ADE. Explore the ruins of the Hohokam civilization from intricate canals to earthen dwellings.
  • Desert Botanical Garden: Farther to the northeast, the Desert Botanical Garden is home to scenic walking trails lined with indigenous desert plants. It’s the perfect place to watch the sunset and be surrounded by wildflowers and cacti.
  • Salt River: Running along the south side of Phoenix, this winding body of water is the epitome of a lazy river. Rent some inner tubes or a raft, pack a cooler full of snacks and refreshments, then just relax and go with the flow.

Rise like a Phoenix

When you’re ready to shake off the chill of cool weather or you crave the views only red-rock mountains can give, it’s time to fly. Book the cheapest flights to Phoenix with Travelocity, thanks to our price-matching guarantee, and stay in a gorgeous hotel with the Sonoran Desert as your backdrop and cicadas for a soundtrack.

Need insider tips on must-see attractions in Phoenix? Check out our Phoenix travel guide!

*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.