Cheap Flights From DC Dulles to Phoenix Sky Harbor
Flight information Washington Dulles to Phoenix Sky Harbor
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It’s quite the journey to get from Washington DC’s Dulles International Airport to Phoenix’ Sky Harbor. You’ll have to pay a pretty penny and be ready for the long haul when you fly this route, so be sure to check with us here at Skyscanner to minimize the amount of time and money that you have to spend.
When you fly on this route, you can pick between United, Frontier, American Airlines, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, Alaska Airlines, and a few other smaller airlines. Most of the flights along this route take off in the late afternoon or late at night to make the most out of the 3-hour difference between the two cities.
Flying along this route is seldom direct, and some flights may have multiple layovers. The location of the layovers can vary, but in general, your layovers will be in:
- Dallas-Fort Worth
Each of these layover locations will have plenty of things to do, food to eat, and shops to explore, so don’t worry too much about keeping busy.
Flying Out of Dulles
You’ll need your driver’s license ready to get your boarding pass and leave Dulles. Dulles is seldom very jammed, but sometimes air traffic makes flights slower to taxi than otherwise, so don’t be too surprised if there are minor delays.
Your flight will be leaving from Dulles’ main terminal, though the concourse you depart from will vary. There are a few restaurants and a few shops at each of the concourses, but you will probably find the selection to be a bit sparse.
Arriving in Phoenix Sky Harbor
After the flight from Dulles and your layovers, you’ll land at Phoenix Sky Harbor. Sky Harbor has free Wi Fi everywhere in the terminals if you decide to linger; your flight will land in Terminal 2 or Terminal 3.
To get from the airport to downtown, hop on the PHX Sky Train system via Terminal 4. The PHX Sky Train intersects with Phoenix’ metro bus system and also the regional rail network, which tend to be efficient, though limited in coverage.
Ridesharing is probably the best bet for visitors to Phoenix because it guarantees a direct and air conditioned route to your destination. Phoenix is much hotter and much drier than DC year round, and it’s also extremely sunny. Be sure to pack very light clothing and sunscreen.
The high temperature of Phoenix is offset by its low cost relative to DC; though Phoenix isn’t a cheap city by any means, food and transportation are palpably cheaper. You should expect to pay about $50 for a nice dinner meal in Phoenix.
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