Cheap Flights from Phoenix to San Jose International Airport
Flight information Phoenix to San Jose International
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 631 miles
Most popular airline last month
San Jose International
What Airlines Fly This Route?
You can fly along this route with Frontier, United, eDreams, Delta, Alaska Airlines, and American Airlines. Flights may be direct, or there may be layovers in Denver, LAX, or San Francisco. Flights with layovers are just as expensive as those without, and the layovers tend to add many hours of travel time.
When Is It Cheapest To Fly On This Route?
There isn't really any cheap time to fly along this route, though there may be some minor remission in the high-ticket costs around the holidays. Our price alert tool will keep you informed about drops in price along this route once you configure it to do so, but in general, don't expect the price to fluctuate.
Where Will I Depart From?
At Phoenix Sky Harbor, you'll be departing from Terminal 4, which is extremely ugly but also extremely efficient. Terminal 4 is organized vertically, so as you go through the check-in and security process you'll be moving upward, eventually reaching the top level.
What's At The Departure Terminal?
The departure terminal at Phoenix Sky Harbor has the PHX Sky Train, which is a convenient way of moving around to your gate and also between terminals. Any kind of service that you might be looking for in an airport you can easily find on the third level of Phoenix Sky Harbor.
What's At The Landing Terminal?
Terminals A and B at San Jose International Airport are connected, and you'll be able to find your way around its pleasantly lit airy halls without much of an issue. Getting around Silicon Valley and San Jose will be problematic if you don't have a car, so use our car rental tool to find the best rental rate.
It's physically possible to take the Route 10 Valley Transit Authority Busline to the Caltrain station and other rail and bussing hubs but resist the temptation. These services are not maintained well and run infrequently. They also won't take you to the places that your hotel is the most likely to be, and can even be unsafe.
How Are Different Are Phoenix and San Jose?
San Jose is a significantly more expensive area than Phoenix. Though Phoenix isn't cheap because of its up and coming reputation, San Jose's proximity to Silicon Valley giants like San Francisco and other major cities like Los Angeles drive prices through the roof pretty much everywhere.
On the bright side, the high prices of San Jose make for a beautiful city center replete with palm trees and even a little bit of history from the period of Spanish colonization. Culture-wise, San Jose is entirely different from Phoenix--the Southwestern drawl and paced friendliness are totally missing from the archetypical hyper nerd culture of San Jose.
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