Make the most of your Grand Canyon vacation by booking affordable flights into Flagstaff, Arizona. Fly into the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG) and you'll save time - all the more 'precious' when you are on your Arizona vacation. Saving travel time means extending your fun time in fabulous Grand Canyon country.
Fuss with heat and traffic in Phoenix or LA? Heck no, I'm booking relaxing, air-conditioned flights right to the heart of (cool) vacation land.
Avoid the unpredictable drive - one accident on I-17 and you're stuck for hours - from Phoenix by booking your airline flight to the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG) on either US Airways (service from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport-PHX) or Horizon Airlines (service from LAX).
Just six miles south of historic downtown Flagstaff and old Route 66, the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport is located near the intersection of I-17 and Highway 89A. 89A follows the world-famous Oak Creek Canyon south to Sedona, AZ. I-40, going west towards the Grand Canyon or east towards the Native American lands, is less than three miles north of the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport.
The Flagstaff Pulliam Airport's streamlined design offers convenient amenities. The best of these is FREE PARKING. Locals enjoy the short commute to the Northern Arizona airport and avoid hefty parking fees at the Phoenix Sky Harbor airport. The airline check-in area is on the ground floor and is only steps from the drop-off curb. You won't go through security until shortly before your flight is announced.
The rental car service desks are strategically positioned on the ground floor next to the baggage carousel.
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