Find the cheapest flight to USA

Note to anyone who has yet to look at a map – the United States is massive. Attempting to visit the whole country in one go is nigh to impossible, especially without unlimited time and money. The good news is that it comes in bite-sized chunks which are easily digestible in the average person’s two-week vacation. And more good news is that there are major international airports sprinkled throughout the country to make getting close to just the bits you want to bite off easy. Getting cheap flights to the USA, however, sometimes requires a bit of research on your part. But that is where we come in.

The 10 biggest and busiest airports in the USA are, in descending order:

  1. Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport (airport code ATL) – The nation’s busiest airport is also the busiest on earth. Delta operates the largest airport hub here, too. Learn more about cheap flights to Atlanta
  2. Chicago O’Hare International Airport (airport code ORD) – Chicago’s main airport is the primary hub for United Airlines, and American Airlines also has a large hub here. Find out about cheap flights to Chicago
  3. Los Angeles International Airport (airport code LAX) – California’s largest airport is a major gateway to/from the South Pacific and Asia, and a big hub for United. Read more about cheap flights to Los Angeles
  4. Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (airport code DFW) – Dallas’ airport occupies the second-most land area of any airport in the USA, and is American Airlines‘ biggest hub. Learn more about cheap flights to Dallas
  5. Denver International Airport (airport code DEN) – Denver’s airport is the third-largest international airport on the planet, believe it or not. It is a big hub for United and the home airport for Frontier. Find out more about cheap flights to Denver
  6. McCarran International Airport (airport code LAS) – Vegas is such a popular tourist destination that even though it is a small(ish) city its airport ranks 6th in the country in terms of passenger traffic. It is a hub for US Airways and a major destination for Southwest. Read more about cheap flights to Las Vegas
  7. New York JFK International Airport (airport code JFK) – JFK is the busiest international gateway for people coming into or leaving the United States. It is JetBlue‘s home base and a big hub for Delta Airlines and American Airlines. Learn more about cheap flights to New York JFK
  8. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (airport code PHX) – Phoenix is not only a major airport for Arizona, it is also a major regional airport. It is the home airport for US Airways and a big hub for Southwest Airlines. Find out more about cheap flights to Phoenix
  9. Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport (airport code IAH) – Two Texas airports make this top ten list, so maybe everything really is bigger in Texas. Houston’s airport is the home airport for Continental Airlines. Read more about cheap flights to Houston
  10. Newark International Airport (airport code EWR) – Newark is a popular airport for people visiting New York City, not New Jersey. It is one of the country’s main international gateways, and one of Continental‘s largest hubs. Learn more about cheap flights to Newark

So no matter if you’re looking for flights from Europe to the USA or India to the USA or anywhere inbetween, BootsnAll can help you find the best deal on a cheap ticket.