Cheap Flights from Denver International to Phoenix Sky Harbor
Flight information Denver International to Phoenix Sky Harbor
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Average flight time, total distance 602 miles
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Phoenix Sky Harbor
The trip from Denver to Phoenix takes you more than 800 miles southwest, from the misty mountains to the stark desert. It’s actually a pretty short flight, with only about an hour and forty-five minutes spent in the air.
If you’d like to fly direct from Denver International Airport(DEN) to Phoenix Sky Harbor(PHX), you have your choice of five airlines. Southwest offers almost 60 non-stop flights between the two cities every week, and Frontier, Spirit, United, and US Airways each have busy direct services on the route.
Making your way to Denver International (DEN)
Denver Airport is often admired as one of the prettiest transportation hubs, and it has a clever layout that makes traveling through here a breeze. The lovely Jeppesen Terminal acts as the base of operations where all ticketing, check-in and security functions take place. From the main terminal, you can catch a free rapid train to any of the three parallel concourses (A, B, or C). Visitors can take, Skyride, the frequent bus service to DEN. There are 5 routes, and your fare will be between $9 and $13, depending on your point of origin.
Both free and premium WiFi options are available throughout the airport. DEN is also a pet-friendly place with a specially designed pet relief area, and an amazing airport boarding facility which rivals human luxury hotels. Pools, flat-screen TVs with special pet programing, and 24 hour webcam links for owners will keep furry friends calm and content until you return.
Arriving in Phoenix
Phoenix is a boomtown, and its growth has been meteoric. As the city has spread into the desert, it has enveloped many suburbs. The end result is a gigantic, diverse, prosperous, sprawling city that covers 516 square miles. Getting around is much easier with a car, and you’ll want to plan your visit around wherever you are staying.
If you love the outdoors, we recommend paying a trip to the McDowell Mountains, an entire mountain range within the city limits. The hike is spectacular, but bring lots of water and look out for critters on the trail. For a slightly tamer but still fascinating look at local flora and fauna, visit the Desert Botanical Gardens. At certain times of the year you can even visit at night for a “flashlight tour” of nocturnal desert life. If you’re ready to go from wilderness to civilization, the Phoenix Art Museum focuses on contemporary art, and it’s one of the largest in the southwest.
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