Today we are going to explore airports near Antelope Canyon. This allows you as a traveler to know what your options are. We want you to have the best time in Arizona and choosing the right airport is a good place to begin.
You may be deciding whether you want to fly or drive into Arizona or not. Both are great options. The great part about flying is not only getting the incredible view only available from a plane but, all the time you can save. In addition, if the price is right, you will be able to save some money on airplane tickets.
Page Municipal Airport
This airport is a commercial airport. That means the general public can fly into it. You would be able to book a flight directly into Page, Arizona from Contour Airlines. There are also fueling and flying options for private planes. This airport is near Antelope Canyon. At about 7 miles away, it’s only a 12-minute drive from the airport to the canyon.
Contour Airlines is a regional flight service. Because of this, they do not have international flights. They only charter to and from certain destinations. If you are in the area of one of their destinations, make sure to book a seat on their flight. They have daily flights to Arizona for reasonable prices.
Flagstaff Pullium Airport
The Flagstaff Pullium Airport is used both for private and general use. This allows you the use of private services or a public option. They offer several services, including Wi-Fi, parking, ground transportation, and airport hangars.
Parking is only for those that are flying their private plane. They recommend that you have someone drop you off and pick you up for a commercial flight. Beginning in 2022, you will need to pay for parking. This airport has partnered with two airlines, American Airlines and United. You can book flights online or over the phone with a representative.
If you are flying from a country other than the United States of America, you will need to take an international flight. International flights can be long and exhausting. This could be doubly so, depending on where you are traveling from.
Luckily, there are things you can do to make your flight enjoyable. Bring a carry-on, pack some snacks, and try to get comfy. Be sure to walk around every couple of hours to keep your blood moving. A small pillow and good headphones are popular to keep yourself busy and comfortable.
There are two international airports near Antelope Canyon. This gives you some flexibility about what company you want to use and when you want to fly in. Each airport works with some of the leading international flight companies. These companies offer the same basic service, but, they all bring different amenities to the table. Check into what works best for you, your budget, and your schedule.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International
Although Phoenix may be a long way away, it’s easy to make your way further North. For example, you could catch one of the connecting flights that Phoenix Sky Harbor offers to Flagstaff. This can be a great choice if you don’t want to give up any of the amenities of a bigger airport. Yet, you still would end up closer to one of the airports near Antelope Island.
Phoenix offers a lot of domestic flights but they also have a variety of international flights. Flying to and from Canada, Mexico, Germany, and England, for example, gives you the freedom to visit from around the world. This also means you could visit as part of an extended trip to several destinations.
From Phoenix to Page is a little over a four-hour drive. You can get the drive done all at once or you can space it out. A road trip is a great way to see even more of Arizona. And, stopping to site see along the way makes the long drive enjoyable.
Harry Reid International was formerly known as McCarran International. Of the airports near Antelope Canyon, this one is particularly fun. Even though it is almost a 5-hour drive to the canyon there are so many things to see along this drive.
Since this airport has more options, Harry Reid International can to and from both Amsterdam and Seoul. That is while still offering trips from Canada, Mexico, England, and Germany. Additionally, private and public transportation is available. Mass transit options into the city, from this airport, can make customizing your trip easy.
Now that you know which airport you are going to be landing in, it is time to do some serious planning. This is the fun part of any vacation. Dreaming and planning of what all you could do. Do you enjoy spending time outdoors in nature? There are many unique hikes that you can do in Arizona. What about culture? Northern Arizona is full of rich history and people who are happy to teach you that history. The locals love to talk when you ask them for their stories. If you consider yourself a foodie, we boast some of the oldest documented food traditions in all of North America. Make certain to try our state food, the Apache Trout. There are also our unofficial state foods ranging from a chimichanga to prickly pear.
Another thing you will want to plan is how you are getting from the airport to your next destination. Whether it is your hotel or a restaurant, know how you are going to get there. Airports near Antelope Canyon will have rental places nearby where you can pick up a car. If you are meeting someone there, make sure to communicate with them to have a meeting place. This will help make your traveling logistics go smoothly.
Lower Antelope Canyon Tours
When you make travel plans, be sure to think about giving Lower Antelope Canyon Tours a try. We have the experience, but we also have a knack for adventure. Our specialty is exploring the lower part of Antelope Canyon. While your safety is our top priority, we love to have fun.
Antelope Canyon is a fabulous slot canyon that people from around the world come to see. The way the sun shines down into the colorful red canyon is truly breathtaking. We love sharing these phenomenal views with everyone.
You do need a tour guide to enter the canyon, though. This means that you will need to have a tour and a tour guide booked before you arrive. You can book a tour with us here. Select the date and time that you want from our availability. Be sure to arrive early, hydrated, and ready to have an adventure.
Now that you know about some of the major private and public airports available to you, what one will you use? There are pros and cons to each airport. Whatever your situation, there is sure to be an airport that is a great fit for your travel needs.
If you need help deciding which airport to use, give us a call. We want to help you out in whatever way we can. Our goal is to show you a great time in Arizona wherever your travels take you. We hope to see you soon!