Looking at flights to Phoenix, AZ? With year-round subtropical weather and the breath-taking Grand Canyon a few hours away, Phoenix is a popular destination for travellers from around the world. With Expedia.ca’s large selection of deals on cheap flights to Phoenix, you’re just clicks away from enjoying walks in the Desert Botanical Garden, one of the most beautiful collections of desert flowers in the world, or taking on a challenging hike through the Camelback Mountains. If you’re looking for some glamour and luxury during your vacation, nearby Scottsdale is known for its shopping, nightlife and world-class spas. Whether you’re looking for or a rugged outdoor adventure or posh clubs, Phoenix and its surrounding areas have something for you, and with Expedia.ca it’s never been easier to book Phoenix flights. Browse through Expedia.ca’s cheap flights to Phoenix, Arizona and find a great deal today!
Best Time to Book Phoenix Flights
Phoenix’s subtropical desert weather makes it an ideal destination to fly to any time of year except for the summer months, when the heat can be unbearable at times. The peak season to go to Phoenix is between February and May when warm days with plenty of sunshine provide an excellent alternative to the chilly and rainy weather occurring in much of North America during this time. With the start of baseball season, the early spring is also a great time to catch a flight to Phoenix for a Diamondbacks game at Chase Field, the first stadium with a retractable roof built in the United States. Autumn is also a great time to visit Phoenix with big events like the Fiesta Bowl, Rock ‘n Roll Marathon and Phoenix Open PGA. NO matter what time of year you’re travelling, Use Expedia.ca offers plane tickets to Phoenix for advance booking or on a last minute basis.
Airport, Terminal & Transfer Info
The main commercial airport in Phoenix is the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (IATA: PHX, ICAO: KPHX, FAA LID: PHX) which serves a large number of major airlines such as Southwest, JetBlue and United. Less than 5 kilometers away from Phoenix’s central business district, Sky Harbor is the tenth busiest airport in the United States and is shared by both civilian passengers and the military personnel. All Phoenix flights arrive in 120 gates spread across the three terminals currently in operation. The airport is accessible via the new Phoenix Sky Train, public transportation, shuttle service and taxis. The airport also has rental car services on-site.