Cheap Flights From Washington To Phoenix

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Flight information Washington to Phoenix

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 1967 miles

4h 50min

Most popular airline last month

Southwest Airlines

Phoenix Sky Harbor and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway

2 airports

Frequently asked questions

There are 2 airports in Phoenix: Phoenix Sky Harbor and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Washington to Phoenix is $182. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
4h 50min is the average flight time from Washington to Phoenix.
There are 3 airlines who fly non-stop from Washington to Phoenix.
There are 61 flights per week flying from Washington to Phoenix, as of October.

Find the best flight routes from Washington, DC, to Phoenix, AZ, including your airport options at both ends of the trip, whether direct flights are available, and which airlines fly this route. If your dates of travel are flexible, save money by checking Skyscanner's cheapest month search tool, providing you with airfare prices for each day of every month of the year.

Airlines That Fly From Washington To Phoenix

Some of the major airlines offering cheap flights from Washington to Phoenix include the following companies:

  • American Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • Southwest Airlines
  • Frontier
  • Delta
  • Which Airlines Have Direct Flights From Washington To Phoenix?

    American, United, and Southwest Airlines offer non-stop flights from Washington, DC, to Phoenix. American and Southwest have non-stop flights on this route originating at Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI). American Airlines offers direct flights to Phoenix out of Washington Ronald Reagan Airport (DCA). United Airlines has non-stop flights to Phoenix leaving from Washington Dulles Airport (IAD).

    Washington Airport Information For Flights To Phoenix

    American and Southwest flights that depart from Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) for Phoenix typically depart from Concourse C of the terminal. There are a few restaurants, pubs, and cafes in this area, plus a shop offering spa services and hairstyling. Daily and long-term parking at the airport is inexpensive and courtesy shuttles will take you to the terminals.

    Washington Ronald Reagan Airport (DCA) runs non-stop flights to Phoenix from Washington on American Airlines. Flights leave from Terminal C gates 34-45. Before your flight, there are three restaurant/bars, five fast service eateries, one café, and two retail shops in this terminal area. Parking at DCA gives drivers the option to park at three different garages or an economy lot. You can prepay your parking by using the smartphone QuickPay App.

    Your non-stop United Airlines flight from Washington to Phoenix leaves from Washington Dulles Airport (IAD), typically from Concourse D gates. At this post-security level, you will find a few cafes, convenience and duty free shops, and bar/restaurants. Parking at IAD for your Washington to Phoenix flight is most convenient from Garage 2 for entry to your gate area, with a covered walkway to the terminals also available from Garage 1. There is an economy parking lot with shuttle buses to the airport entrance and valet parking is also available near the terminal. Taxi or express buses to the Metrorail Station are another option for getting to the airport.

    Arriving At Phoenix Airport

    There are four terminals at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix. Your direct flight to Phoenix from Washington via American Airlines will land at Terminal 4. Flights on Southwest also arrive at Terminal 4. United Airlines flights to Phoenix from Washington land at Terminal 2.

    Take the walkway from parking lots to the Phoenix Sky Train to travel to and from terminals. Level 3 of Terminal 4 has many restaurant and shopping opportunities. You can take the SkyTrain to the Valley Metro Rail from this level. If you need to secure a rental car at the airport, there are up to 14 rental agencies at the Airport Rental Car Center, located across Interstate 10. A courtesy shuttle to the rental car area operates every few minutes, curbside at the baggage claim level.

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    Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.