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Flying Into These 6 Airports Can Save You Major Money On Your Next Flight
As travel lovers, finding hacks to make our experience cheaper and easier comes in clutch when booking trips. For example, flying in and out of certain airports oftentimes results in cheaper flights.
Did you know that there are over 500 commercial airports in the United States? If you’re flexible with the airport location you fly into, you can end up saving hundreds of dollars.
Find the best travel deal by flying into the 6 cheapest airports in the U.S.
Portland International Airport (PDX) – Portland, Oregon
Portland International Airport was declared by Travel + Leisure magazine as America’s Best Airport in 2013 and 2017. When landing at PDX, getting to downtown Portland is super easy.
Whether you’re connecting or landing at PDX, you’ll have access to a movie theater, shopping, restaurants, art exhibitions and free WIFI.
The average price for tickets flying into PDX is $324.
Denver International Airport (DEN) – Denver, Colorado
Not only is DEN the largest airport in the U.S., but it also boasts the longest runway in the country. There are usually up to 58 million passengers passing through this airport yearly with flights servicing 140 destinations globally.
Traveling with your pet? No worries! DEN has a pet resort, including a pet massage facility and area for your pets to play freely.
The average price for tickets flying into PDX is $312.
Tampa International Airport (TPA) – Tampa, Florida
TPA is a great airport to fly through and to have a layover in. The airport offers a library and sleeping area as well as restaurants and shops.
The average price for tickets flying into TPA is $312.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) – Phoenix, Arizona
PHX houses a wide range of over 900 pieces of art from the Phoenix Museum, including acrylic paintings, ceramic sculptures, metal, and more.
The average price for tickets flying into PHX is $327.
McCarran International Airport (LAS) – Las Vegas, Nevada
Approximately 47 million travelers fly through LAS each year.
The airport has over 1,300 slot machines for those who like a bit of gambling when in Vegas.
This airport is also extremely progressive, using microchips instead of barcodes when travelers check-in luggage. According to The Traveling House Sitters, the accuracy of bag checks has gone from 80% to over 99% since using this new technology.
The average price for tickets flying into LAS is $227.
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) – Fort Lauderdale, Florida
FLL is the perfect airport to fly through when having a layover because it offers a luggage storage service. You can also get your luggage wrapped for only $15, which includes a warranty that your luggage won’t get damaged or lost.
The average price for tickets flying into FLL is $241.