Cheap Flights from Orlando Sanford to Phoenix
Flight information Orlando Sanford to Phoenix
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Phoenix Sky Harbor and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway
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The Airports in Orlando and Phoenix
Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) is the secondary commercial airport in the city of Orlando. Located about 27 miles northeast of the city, SFB is further from the city than the larger Orlando International, but some may find its smaller size to be more convenient. The airport has an international and a domestic terminal and four runways. Orlando Sanford is a focus city for budget airline Allegiant Air. Allegiant is the only airline that offers flights to Phoenix from SFB with one stop in Memphis. Nonstop flights to Phoenix are not available at Orlando Sanford.
Four airports serve the city of Phoenix: Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), Deer Valley Airport (DVT), Goodyear Airport (GYR), and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (IWA). All flights from Orlando Sanford International will arrive at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway. Located 20 miles southeast of Phoenix, IWA has one terminal with eight gates. When you arrive at Phoenix-Mesa, there are multiple transportation options to the city. You could take a taxi or shuttle. Ride sharing service is also available by Lyft, or you could choose to arrange for sedan or limousine service.
What to Expect at Orlando Sanford International
The Transportation Security Administration recommends arriving at the airport at least 90 minutes before your scheduled flight from Orlando to Phoenix. TSA PreCheck Expedited Security screening program is available at SFB. The PreCheck program allows passengers to bypass standard security procedures to make security quicker. You'll need to bring your government-issued photo ID for check-in.
What to Do at Orlando Sanford International
While you're waiting to board your flight from SFB to Phoenix, you can grab a bite to eat or a drink at the Copper Plate restaurant or Paradise Bakery and Cafe. You could also grab a magazine or book to read on the flight from one of the gift shops located in each terminal.
Comparing Orlando and Phoenix
Summers in Phoenix are about 10-15 degrees warmer than Orlando, with average high temperatures above 100 degrees. Winters, however, are slightly warmer in Orlando. At $50, the cost of a meal for two people is just a little more in Phoenix compared to $45 in central Florida. Transportation costs are comparable in both cities, although the taxi start fare is slightly higher in Phoenix. You'll also want to prepare for the time difference between the two cities. Phoenix is in the Mountain Standard Time Zone, which is three hours behind Orlando.
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