Flights to Phoenix

It's easy to find cheap flights to Phoenix with our Skyscanner search tool. You can search based on the whole month to see which days have the cheapest flights. If you don't want any layovers, then check "direct flights only."

When to Book

The months of November through April are the best times to visit Phoenix. The average highs range from 15 to 26 degrees Celsius during these six months. Flights to Phoenix are generally cheaper, though, the other six months of the year since many people prefer travelling to Phoenix when the weather is cooler. You can book cheap flights to Phoenix if you buy tickets at least two weeks in advance. Wednesdays to Fridays are usually the least expensive days for flights to Phoenix.

Airports With Direct Flights From the U.K.

Heathrow Airport (LHR) offers nonstop flights to Phoenix from the U.K. If you're open to considering flights with connections, you may find some good fares. Other than Heathrow Airport, Edinburgh Airport (EDI), Birmingham Airport (BHX) and Manchester Airport (MAN) offer connecting flights.

Airlines That Fly to Phoenix From the U.K.

Airlines flying to Phoenix from the U.K. include American Airlines, British Airways, Delta, Virgin Atlantic and United. For nonstop flights to Phoenix, you can board British Airways, Iberia, Finnair or American Airlines.


Phoenix has two airports, but you'll most likely land at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) when flying from the U.K. The airport is only 3 miles from downtown Phoenix. Taxis can be located in terminals 2, 3 and 4. Other transportation options from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport include rental cars, intercity shuttles, buses and Valley Metro Rail.

When to Go

The best time to get cheap flights is in the summer because fewer people travel to Phoenix during the hotter months. However, you can find good deals for a holiday in Phoenix any time of the year. Check in advance and let Skyscanner’s tools notify you of discounts or fare cuts for your itinerary.

What's the Weather Like?

Phoenix summers frequently reach or exceed 37.8 degrees Celsius but have very low humidity. Temperatures are cooler in the winter with lows of 5.6 degrees Celsius. It doesn't rain much in Phoenix, which is why the high temperatures are more tolerable. The city receives only 233 millimetres of rain annually.

City Guide: What to See and Do

Phoenix, Arizona, is known for sunny days and its metropolitan area that is referred to as the Valley of the Sun. Visitors enjoy staying at high-end spa resorts in Phoenix. Popular area attractions include the Desert Botanical Garden, South Mountain Park and the Pioneer Living History Museum.

Browse our selection of Phoenix hotels to find a good deal on a spa resort or family-friendly hotel. Whatever budget you're working with, we have options to meet your needs.

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Airports near Phoenix

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