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Cleveland to Phoenix Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $167.60
Travel Distance:1,736 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Thursday
Weekly Flights:184
Avg. Flight Duration:04.32 Hours

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Airports in Cleveland

The city of Cleveland in Ohio, US is served by two airports. They are Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Cleveland Burke Lakefront Airport.

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is the primary airport serving the city. It is located about 9 miles away from the central business district of Cleveland. It is also the largest and busiest airport in the state of Ohio. The airport serves many scheduled domestic flights and a few flights to international and seasonal destinations. Passengers can avail seamless connectivity between the airport and the city through a network of public transit services, rental cars and taxies.

Explore Phoenix

Phoenix is the capital of the state of Arizona, the most populous city in the American Southwest and sixth largest city in the United States. Founded nearly 150 years ago, this once a dry, drab and desert city has come a long way to emerge as a regional powerhouse in politics, culture and economy. Phoenix of 2018 is a gleaming bubble wrap of top-end shopping hotspots and resorts that stand across a stunning backdrop of red-colored mountains and cacti-lined streets. For adventurous souls, it is home to several golf courses while its park systems feature excellent hiking, camping, swimming, horseback riding, and cycling zones.

Things to do in Phoenix

Desert Botanical Garden

Spread across 140 acres, the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix was established in 1939. It mostly features plants adapted to desert conditions. The garden has over 21000 plants across 4000 taxa, including 139 rare, threatened or endangered plant species.

South Mountain Park

South Mountain Park is the largest municipal park in the United States and one of the largest urban parks in the world. It preserves a mountainous area comprising 25.5 square miles of native desert vegetation. The park also features 58 miles of cycling, hiking and horseback riding trails.

Tonto National Forest

The Tonto National Forest is the largest of the six national forests in Arizona, the most visited ‘urban’ forest and the fifth largest national forest in the United States. It has 6 cold water reservoirs and 8 wilderness areas, the latter either lie completely or partially in the Tonto National Forest.

Best Time to Fly to Phoenix

Since Phoenix has a hot desert climate, it is best to visit here during the winter season from November to April. The city is pleasantly placed and celebrates Fiesta Bowl, Arizona Beer Week, and McDowell Mountain Music Festival.