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Cheap Flights from Pennsylvania

While Pittsburgh is the primary place to look for inexpensive departures from Pennsylvania, good deals can be found throughout the state. There's also a very wide range of destinations -- just check out the Flights Comparison Map to be instantly updated with the latest and best prices for all available points of arrival!

The standard advice applies to flights from Pennsylvania in terms of finding the lowest available airfare -- midweek is best for leisure destinations, weekends are better for business destinations, and so on. One unique factor that should be considered with this state is its die-hard sports fans and their tendency to not actually reside there. The night or day after a Steelers or Eagles game, for example, might see an unusual outflow of travelers on their way home from those cities. Check out the Month Search feature to get a better idea of how traffic patterns will look in the near future.

Airports in Pennsylvania

Philadelphia International Airport is Pennsylvania's largest airport by far, serving as one of the major hubs for East Coast business travel. Pittsburgh International Airport is the second largest, followed by the international airports in Harrisburg, Lehigh Valley, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and Erie. Significant regional airports include University Park Airport serving State College (home of Penn State), and Arnold Palmer Regional Airport serving Latrobe and as a reliever for Pittsburgh.

Philadelphia International Airport

Philadelphia's airport is the 15th busiest in the world, and it is serviced by nearly all of the major carriers that operate within the United States. American Airlines is the primary airline flying out of Philadelphia, however, with over 400 daily departures. The busiest domestic routes are almost all to East Coast destinations, though Dallas, Phoenix and Denver are in the top 10. PHL's busiest international routes are to London, Cancun, Toronto, Frankfurt and Punta Cana.

Pittsburgh International Airport

Though not as large as its neighbor in the eastern part of the state, Pittsburgh's airport is still a major domestic hub (and is also well-regarded by travelers, taking home Transport World magazine's "Airport of the Year" award for 2017). It's thinner on international offerings, with the most frequent weekly service offered to Toronto, Cancun and Punta Cana. American Airlines also has the most departures here, though there are also hundreds of weekly departures offered by Southwest, Southern Airways Express, Delta and United.

Harrisburg International Airport

Harrisburg's airport is the primary one serving the south-central region of the state that stretches between the two largest cities. Flights out are mostly limited to major East Coast destinations along with Detroit and Chicago. International service to Toronto is available by way of Air Canada Express, however.

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