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Top places to visit in Arizona

Cheap flights to Arizona from $19 One Way, $34 Round Trip

$34 return flights and $19 one-way flights to Arizona were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.


Deals For This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
ORD Las Vegas Mar 7 - Mar 12 $43
ORD Phoenix Mar 7 - Mar 9 $59
ATL Las Vegas Mar 7 - Mar 10 $65
DTW Las Vegas Mar 7 - Mar 9 $78
SEA Tucson Mar 7 - Mar 9 $97
MSP Las Vegas Mar 7 - Mar 11 $106
ATL Tucson Mar 5 - Mar 12 $115
MSP Tucson Mar 7 - Mar 11 $183
ATL Phoenix Mar 7 - Mar 13 $239
MSP Utah Mar 6 - Mar 18 $246
DFW Tucson Mar 7 - Mar 14 $261
ORD Grand Canyon Mar 7 - Mar 15 $265
LAX Utah Mar 5 - Mar 7 $275
DEN Yuma Mar 6 - Mar 13 $299
DEN Utah Mar 5 - Mar 23 $321
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Cheap Flights to Arizona

As well as the big attractions of Arizona, including the Grand Canyon and Monument Valley, the state is also the heart of the old Wild West. These days you’re more likely to travel by car than horseback but the rugged desert landscape and endless skies remain the same as they’ve always been.

When to Book Flights to Arizona

Arizona is a year-round destination, blessed with a warm climate that’s very consistent throughout the year.

Tourism in the state tends to center on different parts of the state at different times of year. The high season in Phoenix, Tucson and other desert areas runs from October through to May, with hotel rates peaking in January to April. Meanwhile, the Grand Canyon is very busy during the summer vacation season.

Spring and fall are popular, due to the slightly warmer weather in the mountains and cooler desert temperatures. It’s also a good idea to see the Grand Canyon outside of the busy tourist periods, and there are wildflowers in spring that really add some color to the landscape.

How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Arizona

Booking at a couple of months before you travel always gives you the best chance of finding a great deal – but there are other ways to find Cheap Flights to Arizona with Orbitz.

Use the filters on the left side of the screen to refine your search according to your needs, picking specific airlines or arrival times.

You can also see what bargain flights to Arizona are available from a choice of airports, simply by selecting the ‘Nearby airports’ option.

You can do exactly the same for dates and, by being flexible, you might be able to make some big savings. Click ‘My dates are flexible’ to quickly see the best value flights to Arizona near your chosen departure dates.

Main Airports in Arizona

The biggest airport in the state is Phoenix Sky Harbor International. More than 44 million people take off and land here each year. It’s among the largest commercial airports in the US, and a major hub for American Airlines. The airport is connected to the city by the Valley Metro bus routes and Metro light rail service.

Other major airports in the state include Tucson International and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway. Although substantially smaller than Sky Harbor, both handle more than a million passengers a year, with flights to destinations across the US and internationally.

Which Airlines Fly to Arizona?

Most of the major US airlines and some regional carriers offer low-cost flights to Arizona’s airports.

These include:

  • American Airlines
  • American Eagle
  • Delta
  • Frontier
  • Southwest

How to Get Around in Arizona

As with most western states, the easiest way to get around is by car, and Arizona is certainly a great state for a road trip. With limited state-wide public transport, rent a car at the airport on arrival and Arizona is laid out in front of you. Nearly all the main tourist destinations are accessible by road. Interstate 17 connects Phoenix and Flagstaff, passing near the Grand Canyon and Sedona. You can also drive the Apache Trail through the Sonoran Desert.

Within the major cities like Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff, public transport options are more readily available although they are still heavily car oriented. The light rail service is an option in Phoenix, and Tucson has an extensive metropolitan bus system.

Places to Visit in Arizona

Grand Canyon

No visit to Arizona is complete without taking in the majestic Grand Canyon. This Unesco World Heritage Site is one of the most spectacular and recognizable tourist attractions in the world. Over a mile deep in places, it simply defies description.

Monument Valley

Perhaps the ultimate example of the classic Western landscape, you’ve probably seen Monument Valley countless times on screen. Seeing it in all its rugged glory is another experience altogether, especially if you accompany your visit with a tour from a Navajo guide.


Red rock canyons and a thriving arts community make Sedona one of the most beautiful and interesting cities in Arizona. With regular film, arts and jazz festivals, there’s always something going on and it offers a great base for hiking, mountain biking or off roading trips.

Tips for Traveling in Arizona

Arizona spans two time zones. For the most part, the state runs on Mountain Standard Time but some Navajo areas also observe Daylight Savings Time and Mountain Daylight Time.

A large portion of Arizona is desert: if you are planning on hiking then follow the guidelines, take plenty of water and let someone know where you’re going and when you’ll be back.

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