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Prices starting at $128 for return flights and $70 for one-way flights to Phoenix were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
|Origin Airport IATA Code||RDU|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||PHX|
|Direct Flight Airlines||American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Southwest Airlines|
|Earliest Flight Arrival||2:12PM UTC|
|Latest Flight Arrival||7:25PM UTC|
Raleigh is known for the nearby Research Triangle, where three area universities conduct scientific and medical research. Phoenix also has several area universities but is better known for outdoor activities and spa retreats. Book travel from Raleigh to Phoenix using Orbitz.com and get cheap prices for your trip.
Raleigh is served by the Raleigh-Durham International Airport, which is located in the suburbs, just outside the town of Morrisville. There are many parking options, including an 11,000-space garage between the two terminals. There is the Park and Ride option, where you park at a cost of $6 per day and ride a shuttle to your terminal. The daily spaces are $12 per day, but are much closer to the terminal for convenience. You can pay by cash or credit card, or frequent travelers can purchase a pass that bills for parking electronically.
Once you arrive at Sky Harbor International Airport, you will be just 3 miles from the central business district of Phoenix. There are taxis, limos and vans for hire to take you to your hotel or resort. In addition, there is a light rail that can take you to and from the downtown Phoenix area to the airport. Seniors or those with disabilities can use the Dial-a-Ride program, while those on a budget can take Route 13 on the city bus. Statewide shuttles will take you from the airport to cities other than Phoenix in Arizona. Visit one of the many area museums or get outside for biking or hiking. Enjoy the balmy mid-60s temperatures in winter, or go in summer when the mercury goes above 100 degrees Fahrenheit several days each week.
Both cities enjoy great weather and activities, but if you want a dry heat instead of the humidity of North Carolina, try traveling from Raleigh to Phoenix. Use Orbitz.com to find the best rates for airline tickets, transportation and hotel accommodations.
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