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From Ottawa (YOW) to Phoenix (PHX)

Aug 19, 2024

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CAD552*
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From Toronto (YYZ) to Phoenix (PHX)

Aug 07, 2024

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CAD458*
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From Montreal (YUL) to Phoenix (PHX)

Aug 07, 2024

Starting from
CAD563*
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Flights to Phoenix bring you to the Valley of the Sun

Land in a sunny city filled with incredible natural beauty once your flight to Phoenix touches down! The bustling desert metropolis sees more than 300 days of sunshine a year, making it a top destination for travellers seeking warmth and exciting opportunities for recreation and relaxation.

Phoenix is also known for its unique landscape of desert and mountains, making it an outdoor lover's playground. Hiking is a popular activity for locals and visitors, especially with so many trails in and around Phoenix. Hikers looking for a challenge should put Piestewa Peak in the Phoenix Mountain Preserve on their list, which offers stunning views. There are also easy to moderate hikes, like Gateway Loop Trail at McDowell Sonoran Preserve and Hole in the Rock Trail at Papago Park.

You'll also notice Phoenix's blend of cultural influences, and that's due in part to the fact that Indigenous people have lived across Arizona for tens of thousands of years. Fast forward to now and Arizona is home to 22 American Indian tribes. The Indigenous people's rich history, culture, art and traditions are seen throughout Phoenix and Arizona today. If you're curious to learn more, the Heard Museum is a fantastic venue for a deep dive into American Indian arts and culture.

Once your flight to Phoenix, Arizona lands, you'll never run out of fun things to do in one of America's largest cities!


Things to do in Phoenix

Hit the ground running as soon as you land from your Phoenix flight! There is plenty to see and experience in Phoenix, especially with its fantastic landscapes, outdoor activities and thriving arts and culture scene.

If you still feel like being up in the air even after your flight to Phoenix, book a hot air balloon ride. See the valley and Sonoran Desert from above as you float above the clouds. Tour operators are based in Phoenix and Scottsdale.

It might be a surprise considering its desert surroundings but Phoenix is a great golfing destination! There are nearly 200 golf courses within Greater Phoenix – so if you want to tee off at courses home to natural desert terrain or lush fairways, you've got no shortage of options.

Travellers looking to unwind after their flight to Phoenix, Arizona can relax at one of the city's day spas and resorts. Not only do some spas overlook the desert, they also incorporate desert botanicals within their spa treatments. Treat yourself to a Sacred Prickly Pear Body Treatment at Aji Spa or a full-body exfoliation of jojoba oil and prickly pear at The Spa at Four Seasons.

When you fly to Phoenix, you might want to visit one of the most famous attractions in the U.S. – the Grand Canyon! The natural wonder, which was formed by the Colorado River about five to six million years ago, is 277 miles (446 km) long and up to 18 miles (29 km) wide. As well as simply taking in the spectacular views, visitors can enjoy various activities like mule rides, hiking and rafting during their time at the Grand Canyon. You can take a scenic 3.5-hour drive from Phoenix to the Grand Canyon or book a bus tour.


Explore the heart of the city after your flight to Phoenix

Downtown Phoenix

Downtown Phoenix is a great district to spend time in after your flight to Phoenix. With its theatres, museums, art galleries, sports arenas and hundreds of restaurants, downtown Phoenix offers entertainment day and night.

Start your exploration at the Phoenix Art Museum, the largest art museum in southwestern United States. The museum features over 20,000 objects across its collections, including American and Western American art, Latin American art, Asian art and much more. To explore traditional and contemporary American Indian art, a visit to the Heard Museum is a must – you'll gain a deeper understanding of the life, history and culture of American Indian tribes in the Southwest.

Looking to spend some time in nature after your flight to Phoenix? Pay a visit to the Japanese Friendship Garden. The 3.5-acre garden has a waterfall, koi pond, a tea garden, a tea house and more than 85 types of plants. Come here for a relaxing stroll and to admire the surroundings.

There's even more to enjoy when the sun sets in downtown Phoenix – sip on craft cocktails in unique bars, catch a live performance, or dance all night at multi-level nightclubs!


See amazing biodiversity with flights to Phoenix

Saguaro National Park

Head to Saguaro National Park after landing from your flight to Phoenix, Arizona. Consisting of two separate districts, an east and west section, Saguaro National Park West is about 1.5 hours from downtown Phoenix.

The massive park is home to incredible landscapes and saguaros, a tree-like cactus unique to the Sonoran Desert – the saguaro also happens to be a recognizable symbol of the western U.S.

Begin your trip at the visitor center. This is where you can learn more about the Sonoran Desert through cultural and natural history exhibits or purchase souvenirs at the bookstore. From late fall to early spring, the park organizes guided walks and informative talks – check the park's online calendar ahead of time if you plan to fly to Phoenix during this time period.

Looking to get in your steps after your Phoenix flight? There are over 150 miles of designated trails within the park! Hike along the King Canyon Trail or Signal Hill Trail for views of the desert terrain and ancient petroglyphs carved into rocks. Loma Verde Trail is another great option to see a variety of animal and plant life.

One-of-a-kind scenery and outdoor adventures await when you board a flight to Phoenix!


Getting to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)

Porter's check-in desk is located on the departures level.

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is about 8.7 km / 5.4 mi from downtown Phoenix.

Transportation to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)

Taxis and ridesharing
Taxis and ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft are available for pick-up and drop-off at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX).

By public transportation
Valley Metro Rail offers public transportation service to and from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) via light rail. Departing passengers heading to the airport should exit at the 44th St/Washington light rail station. Visit valleymetro.org for more information on schedules and fares.

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) parking

There are many parking options for travellers looking to drive to or from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX). Choose from short-term or long-term rates.

Great deals to Phoenix

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Toronto (YYZ)

Phoenix (PHX)

Oct 16, 2024

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Ottawa (YOW)

Phoenix (PHX)

Oct 21, 2024

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Thunder Bay (YQT)

Phoenix (PHX)

Sep 28, 2024

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Montreal (YUL)

Phoenix (PHX)

Oct 05, 2024

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Halifax (YHZ)

Phoenix (PHX)

Oct 03, 2024

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*Fares displayed have been collected within the last 48hrs and may no longer be available at time of booking. Learn more about this offer. Additional baggage fees and charges for optional products and services may apply.