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Cheap Flights to Connecticut

The southernmost New England state, Connecticut is a land of contradictions. The state is home not just to several large industrial cities, but also to plenty of small towns and rural areas. Within its compact borders, travellers will find modern urban skylines, forested hills, historic villages, shoreline beaches, and quaint farms, along with great shopping, first-class dining, bustling casinos, and endless maritime activities. Skyscanner's flight search can help you find the cheap flights to Connecticut. If your travel date is flexible, try using the Whole Month search filter.

Best Time to Fly to Connecticut

Connecticut experiences warm, humid summers, cold winters, and mild springtimes and autumns. The most popular time to visit the state (particularly the northwestern region) is during the autumn months, when tourists flock to the area to revel in the beauty of the fall colours. If you're planning to visit the state during this time, you'll want to be sure to book early, as hotels in Connecticut fill up quickly at this time of year. Spring can also be a lovely time to visit the state, and the summer months provide the ideal weather for enjoying Connecticut's beaches. If you have a specific departure date in mind, Skyscanner's Price Alert tool can notify you of any price drops so that you can book the cheapest possible flight.

Airlines That Fly to Connecticut

Direct flights to Connecticut are provided by Air Canada and Air Canada Express. Connecting service is offered by several major and low-cost carriers, including American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, and JetBlue Airways. Click here for a complete list of airlines that fly to Connecticut.

Airports in Connecticut

There are two commercial airports in Connecticut that handle regular scheduled flights: Bradley International Airport (BDL), located in the town of Windsor Locks, and Tweed New Haven Regional Airport (HVN), located in New Haven County. The majority of flights arrive at Bradley International Airport, which is situated approximately 15 kilometres to the north of downtown Hartford and is connected by buses, car hire services, commuter rail lines, and taxis.

Short regional flights may arrive at Tweed New Haven Regional Airport, which lies approximately 5 kilometres to the southeast of downtown New Haven. The airport is connected to the city centre and other destinations throughout New Haven by buses, coach lines, limos, and trains, car hire services. Car rentals at Tweed New Haven Regional Airport are provided by several major agencies, including AVIS and Budget.

What to See and Do in Connecticut

Most of Connecticut's most important cultural sites are located in Hartford, New Haven, and Bridgeport. Among the popular popular tourist attractions you'll find dotted throughout these cities are the Hartford Athenaeum, the Mystic Seaport, and Yale University's art galleries. Old New England towns such as Guilford and Litchfield are also popular with tourists, the latter being home to several vineyards, wineries, and antique shops. Mystic Region, located in the southwest region of the state, is another destination that is growing in popularity among travellers. Here, you'll find the Mystic Seaport, an historic shipbuilding museum, and Mystic Aquarium, which houses an impressive Titanic exhibit. Further inland, you can try your luck at the Foxwoods Resort & Casino (located in Mashantucket) and the Mohegan Sun (located in Uncasville), two of the largest casinos in America.

Flights to Connecticut

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