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Cheap Flights to Alabama

Cheap Flights to Alabama

If you're looking for a unique and intriguing place to go for a vacation or extended weekend, take a look at cheap flights to Alabama. The state of Alabama features many exciting attractions without the crowds. Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (BHM), located in the northeast region of Birmingham, is the busiest airport in Alabama.

Located near the center of the state, Birmingham offers easy access to a number of local attractions like the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum,16th Street Baptist Church and Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve.

Flights to Alabama

When you're looking to book cheap flights to Alabama, there are a number of other airports throughout the state that are close to local resorts. Huntsville International Airport (HSV) in the northern part of the state is close to the Goose Pond Colony Resort. Mobile Regional Airport (MOB) on the Gulf of Mexico offers access to a number of Gulf Coast resorts just outside of Mobile. The Grand Hotel Marriott Resort provides accommodations for weddings, golf tournaments, convention meetings and more while the Gulf Shores Plantation provides easy access to the beach and lots of family activities.

When arriving at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (BHM), you will find a number of various ground transportation methods to get you around town. Shuttles are available at the airport as well as limousines and public buses. Car rentals are also available from the airport along with taxi services. Car rental agencies can be found on the lower level of the parking garage in Section 1B. Taxi rates from the airport average $2 per mile in Birmingham.

Attractions in Alabama

Flights to Alabama can provide you with the chance to see attractions such as the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and the Mobile Carnival Museum and Fort Morgan, located on Mobile Bay. Set at the mouth of the bay, Fort Morgan is designed in the shape of a star and was completed in 1834. The Fort became an important defense for the Confederate Army during the Civil War, and its most famous engagement was known as the Battle of Mobile Bay. Alabama also features the southern architecture of the Rosenbaum house along with the Talladega Superspeedway and the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site.

Travel Tips for Alabama

When arranging flights to Alabama, make sure to pack for the temperatures in Alabama as they can range from an average of 33 degrees in the winter to an average of 73 degrees in the summer with the average humidity levels ranging around 75. During the fall, Alabama offers colorful foliage as the trees begin to change color, and September brings fun for all ages at the Depot Days Festival in Hartselle. Alabama springtime is known for its warm and sunny days, which is perfect for enjoying the Piney Woods Arts Festival in April.

Alabama has a number of local golf courses for you to take advantage of with year-round golfing and courses designed by well-known course designers such as Robert Trent Jones. The state offers fishing opportunities with lakes throughout the state and saltwater fishing available on the Gulf Coast.

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