Find the cheapest flight to Pennsylvania
How to Find Cheap Air Travel to/from Pennsylvania
The state of Pennsylvania has a couple of major international airports, and a few smaller (but no less international) ones as well. They are listed here in descending order of how busy they are in terms of passenger traffic.
Philadelphia International Airport (airport code PHL) is the state’s largest airport and actually sits partially within the city limits of Philadelphia. This airport is the main international hub for US Airways, and the airline flies from Philadelphia to cities in Europe, the Caribbean, and Central America, and will soon add China to that list. In addition to US Airways, Southwest Airlines operates a very busy schedule to and from Philadelphia. A full list of all the airlines serving this city is on this page, and you can track both arrivals and departures here. The shops and restaurants at the airport are listed here, and other passenger services are listed here. Ground transportation to and from the airport includes taxis, buses, trains, and rental cars, all of which are listed on this page. You can save time and money on Philadelphia airport parking by booking it ahead of time.
Pittsburgh International Airport (airport code PIT) is located about 20 miles from central Pittsburgh and in addition to being a commercial airport, it is also the home base for the Pittsburgh Joint Air Reserve Station. US Airways has its second-largest secondary hub here, and Southwest Airlines also has a large presence. All the airlines serving Pittsburgh are listed on this page. Your shopping options are here, and your dining options here and here. Transport to and from the airport can be in taxis, buses, and car rentals, all of which are detailed here and here. You can save time and money booking Pittsburgh airport parking in advance, too.
Other Pennsylvania airports include Harrisburg International Airport (airport code MDT) in Middletown, Lehigh Valley International Airport (airport code ABE) in Allentown, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport (airport code AVP) in Wilkes-Barre, and Erie International Airport (airport code ERI) in Erie.