Good flight nice landing
Making me check in at the airport to verify my personal item is cruel and unusual
Super bumby ride
I love traveling to Flagstaff.
The flight was punctual, the key element for a less than one hour flight. The flight staff is always very friendly & helpful
Pllane landed in Flagstaff just after a snowstorm. We landed safely and it helped make my entire trip successful. Thanks American airlines, thanks Flagstaff airport personnel and Tower
Our stewardess was fantastic.
Wifi was out on the flight. And the plane was FREEZING
I like the inexpensive connecting flight from Flagstaff to Phoenix. I will continue to do that as long as it remains so affordable. I haven't even checked that in years because it used to be so expensive. I took the shuttle. Thank you!
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When you’ve got a Flagstaff, Arizona, vacation on your mind, kick-start your travels by deciding which airport you’d like to fly into. You can book flights to Flagstaff that arrive at Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG) or Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX). FLG airport is conveniently located in Flagstaff, but it only provides flights via U.S. Airways. Alternatively, PHX is in Phoenix, roughly two-and-a-half hours south of Flagstaff, but it provides more flights and airlines.
FLG airport is on the smaller side, and it currently provides a café to help fuel you up before your travels. PHX Airport is a larger facility with three terminals; therefore, it offers more food and shopping choices. Feed your hunger at one of the various cafes, delis, or restaurants, and stock up on some reading material and souvenirs at the newsstands and gift shops.
Regardless of whether you’re looking to book Flagstaff flights to FLG or PHX, your best bet for transportation is to reserve one of our car rentals in Flagstaff in advance. The beauty of having your own vehicle waiting for you is that you can begin your adventures as soon as your plane touches the tarmac. With a set of wheels, you can explore the city on your own terms.
If you’re flying into Phoenix, the city’s public transportation doesn’t serve Flagstaff, and cab fare will probably be too hefty for the 150-mile trek north. However, if you plan to fly into the Flagstaff airport, hailing a taxi is a more affordable option.
If you’ve got your heart set on getting airline tickets to Flagstaff, then it’s time to start planning your activities. Venture over to the Wupatki National Monument, and explore the Riordan Mansion State Historic Park. For a little state history, check out the exhibits at the Museum of Northern Arizona, and then stargaze at the Lowell Observatory. If you’re planning a Flagstaff vacation during the winter, shred the slopes at the Arizona Snowbowl, but if you’re in town for the spring, don’t miss the Arboretum at Flagstaff. Once you’ve explored “The City of the Pines” from top to bottom, rest up at one of the best Flagstaff hotels.
Still deciding what season to book Flagstaff tickets? The good news is that although Flagstaff is in Arizona, it has a high elevation, so it doesn’t usually hit the scorching hot, triple-digit summer temperatures like other cities in the state experience. The temperature usually lingers at 80 F in the warmer months, but the winter sees much cooler weather, as snowstorms often roll through between November and February.
Whether you want to experience this Arizona city during its warm or cool season, we’ll match you up with affordable round-trip airfare. Browse our mobile booking app to score cheap flights to Flagstaff that fall within your budget. You can even sign up with our Expedia+ program to rack up points and receive perks. Make your reservations today and start counting down the days until your sojourn in Northern Arizona.
|Destination Airport||Flagstaff Pulliam Field|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||FLG|
|Destination City Name||Flagstaff|