|Traveling to||Portsmouth, ORF|
|Number of Airlines Serving||2|
|Airlines Serving||Frontier Airlines, Delta, United, American Airlines|
|Number of Daily Flights||5|
|Airlines with Direct Flights||American Airlines, Southwest Airlines|
Trips to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, are usually all about the outdoors, so finding cheap flights to Portsmouth means more cash in the bank for adventure. Most travelers will arrive via Portsmouth International Airport (PSM), which puts you a short distance from the many attractions Portsmouth has to offer. Key among these are history and shopping. Portsmouth dates back to the 1600s, and it's currently a bonanza of amazing seafood, arts, and entertainment, as well as some amazing outlet shopping in nearby Kittery, Maine.
Booking hotels in Portsmouth close to the airport can mean a seamless trip from debarking from flights to Portsmouth to unpacking luggage in your room. The easiest route to any one of downtown's hotels will be by way of ground transportation, found near the baggage claim area of the airport. It's unlikely you'll have to wait for a taxi in this largely uncrowded airport, but in case you have time to kill, there is free Wi-Fi throughout the airport. The airport also offers bus service to Boston every hour, in case you need to get to or from the city on either end of your travels. While in Portsmouth, no trip would be complete without time on the New Hampshire seacoast. Locals recommend Fort Foster for exploring military installations. Ogunquit Beach, which is about 30 minutes from Portsmouth, is a perennial favorite summer destination for families throughout the area. Another must-see is Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse. Harbor cruises are worth it, so pack some Dramamine if you lack sea legs.
You can save up to $537 on Portsmouth flights when you book a hotel and flight at the same time with Travelocity. You can also find great Portsmouth vacation packages. Rely on Travelocity to give you the confidence that your trip will be as awesome and affordable as possible, saving you money that you can put toward more lobster dinners.