Pasco’s small-town charm and nearby quiet Tri Cities airport make it a ripe location for finding cheap flights, so long as you’re comfortable with a limited number of destinations. Be sure to use our booking tool here at Skyscanner so that we can help you to find the best flights out of Pasco no matter when you’re looking to leave.
How Do I Find The Best Deal For Flight Out Of Pasco?
Pasco’s Tri Cities airport tends to have the best deal on its seasonal routes, which run during the summer. In general, tickets out of the Tri Cities Airport are cheaper if they’re headed toward a major destination.
These routes are run to locations like Los Angeles and Salt Lake City. Be sure to keep an eye out for deals to these locations in the other seasons, too.
Where Can I Fly To From Pasco?
Flights out of the Tri Cities Airport go to the following locations year-round:
- Las Vegas
- Salt Lake City
- San Francisco
Of these, the flight route to Seattle is by far the most popular. Seattle’s clean urbanity will be familiar to those who have passed through Pasco, and it’s also a gateway to the rest of the Pacific Northwest.
If you’re interested in a more traditional vacation getaway, Las Vegas is also a popular destination from Pasco. Gambling may not be for everyone, though—if you’d rather relax in the mountains or by the bayside than bet, Denver and San Francisco offer similarly laid back cityscapes without the high strung tourism.
For yet another laid back destination, be sure to check out Portland and St. Paul. Notorious for their hipster cultures, you’ll be able to find excellent coffee and microbrews while driving around on your rented bike. These locations will be much cheaper to fly to during the winter because of how rainy and cold they can get.
Getting Situated At the Tri-Cities Airport
There’s only one terminal at the Tri-Cities Airport, and it’s a mere two miles from Pasco’s city center. Hopping into a taxi or a rideshare ride will drop you off at the airport in no time. Plan to cruise directly onto your flight from the terminal, there are few delays from the efficiently run and low-traffic Tri-Cities Airport. If you’re interested in learning some history while you wait for your flight, check out the old Naval station buildings on the north end of the airport, which are open to the public.
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