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The cheapest tickets to Phoenix available within the past 7 days were $132.55. Prices quoted are per person, round trip, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Phoenix Flights

Visit the Valley of the Sun

Many people dismiss Phoenix as a hot little town in the middle of nowhere. However, they would be sadly mistaken; Phoenix is the sixth largest city in the United States and a highly desirable tourist destination thanks to Phoenix's beautiful desert setting and excellent attractions. Visitors to Phoenix particularly enjoy its national parks, world-class golf, great museums and endless sunshine. Get ready to embark on your Phoenix vacation by booking your cheap flights to Phoenix on Expedia today.

Phoenix airports

Most flights to Phoenix land at Sky Harbor Intl. Airport (PHX), located east of downtown Phoenix. Sky Harbor is the ninth busiest airport in the United States and the 24th busiest airport in the world when ranked by passenger traffic. Airlines with a major presence at Sky Harbor include Ameriflight, Great Lakes Airlines, US Airways and Southwest Airlines. Some Phoenix flights land at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (AZA), which is located in the nearby city of Mesa. Formerly an air force base, Phoenix-Mesa now services the Phoenix metropolitan area. Only two airlines fly to Phoenix-Mesa: Allegiant Air and Spirit Airlines. Other airports in the area include Phoenix Deer Valley Airport, Glendale Municipal Airport, Falcon Field Airport and Phoenix Goodyear Airport.

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Tips on when to book your Phoenix airfare

One great thing about Phoenix is that, no matter when you book your tickets to Phoenix, there is very low humidity. People love visiting Phoenix during the high season of December through March; it's wonderfully warm in Phoenix when most others place in the United States are undergoing a chilly winter, and several major sporting events take place during the spring and the winter. Low season is from June through September; if you are willing to brave the heat, you will find plenty of excellent deals on tickets, hotel rooms and golf courses. Many people enjoy visiting the Grand Canyon during the summer and stopping off in Phoenix afterwards. Shoulder season takes place from April through May and October through November.

Things to do in Phoenix

Head to the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park in downtown Phoenix for the Annual Pueblo Grande Indian Market. Held each December, this event features Native American cuisine, art, jewelry, and performances. Marvel at the craftsmanship of different vendors on display and enjoy fun for the whole family. However, if you won’t be traveling in December, browse our site for more things to do in Phoenix right here on

Green thumbs unite for the annual Arizona Home and Garden Show held each March in Phoenix. Taking place at the Phoenix Convention Center, this showcase is the perfect destination to get inspired to reinvent your backyard. From how-to tutorials to installations and plants to buy for your garden, Phoenix serves as the ideal backdrop to get creative. Just make sure to pack your gardening gloves!

Take a swing in Phoenix and attend one of the biggest golf tournaments in the world. Held annually at TPC Scottsdale in late January or early Feburary, the Phoenix Open takes place in January and attracts more spectators than any other golf event in the world. Come on out to the course and make a mental note to work on your drive, when you attend the fabulous Phoenix Open.

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Reviews from verified customers

Feb 21, 2018

Where was the free baggage?

Feb 21, 2018

Very uncomfortable and small seats. Half the flight painful and unable to shift position to find comfort. Service and boarding times and gate location convenience all surprisingly good but actual flight was torture due to seats.

Feb 21, 2018

Had two hour delay because of weather. I prefer safety over speed.

Feb 21, 2018

Did not like 2 hour delay. No ones fault. Phoenix runway maintenace doesnt help things. Assume rest is weather related.

Feb 21, 2018

Would love to have a decent snack. AA charges for everything. The aircraft had peeling paint and rattled a lot.

Feb 21, 2018

Ran out of food on a five hour flight

Feb 20, 2018

People who sit in the reclining seat areas should know the person in front of them are welcome to recline their seat. The lady sitting behind me became furious when I reclined my seat. I mean she literally took her foot and kicked my seat then kicked my arm. I pushed the help button and the stewardess moved her. She was furious and even confronted me after the flight. Spoke loudly to others on the plane how rude and inconsiderate I was. I paid extra to upgrade to recline on a 3 hour flight I should t be made to feel that I was being rude.

Feb 20, 2018

Thank you, United Airlines!

Feb 20, 2018

on thing lacking to my surprise was no media (no DirecTV, etc)... for coastal flights that should be a basic. otherwise, flight was fine.

Feb 20, 2018

The flight was on-time.