Cheap Flights to Idaho

Known as "The Gem State" or, more commonly, as "The Potato State," Idaho is the ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. It is home to some of the largest expanses of wilderness in America and boasts more lakes than any other state. Idaho is also home to some of the deepest gullies in the country, including Hells Canyon and Snake River Canyon. Characterized by sparkling lakes to the north, rugged mountain ranges in the central region, and wide-open vistas to the south, Idaho provides endless opportunities for outdoor recreation -- whether it's backpacking, hiking, horseback riding, skiing, or sailing. You can find cheap flights to Idaho using Skyscanner's flight search. To compare ticket prices across a range of dates, try using the Whole Month search filter.

Best Time to Fly to Idaho

Idaho's peak tourist season runs from late June to early September, when visitors enjoy average daytime temperatures of up to 30 degrees Celsius. Prices for flights and hotels will be at their highest during these months, but you can often find a good deal if you book well enough in advance. November is the least expensive month to visit Idaho, but chilly, rainy weather can make outdoor sightseeing unpleasant. A good time to visit Idaho if you want to save on airfare and accommodations is during the mild spring months (March through May), after the ski resorts have closed. If you already know when you want to travel, Skyscanner's Price Alert tool can help you monitor air ticket prices for a specific departure date.

Airlines That Fly to Idaho

Among the major airlines that fly to Idaho are Air Canada, American Airlines, and Delta Air Lines. For a complete list of airlines offering direct and connecting flights to Idaho, click here.

Airports in Idaho

There are six airports in Idaho that receive regular scheduled passenger flights: Boise Airport, Friedman Memorial Airport, Idaho Falls Regional Airport, Lewiston-Nez Perce County Airport, Magic Valley Regional Airport, and Pocatello Regional Airport. Boise Airport (BOI) is the busiest airport in Idaho. The facility is situated a short distance from downtown Boise and is connected by several buses, coach lines, and taxis.

Friedman Memorial Airport (SUN) is located approximately 2 kilometres to the southeast of central Hailey. The airport serves the resort towns of Ketchum and Sun Valley, as well as surrounding areas of the Wood River Valley. Ground transportation options at this airport include buses, limos, shuttles, taxis, and car hire services.

Idaho Falls Airport (IDA) is located approximately 4 kilometres to the northwest of central Idaho Falls. The facility is well connected by public bus lines, limos, taxis, and scheduled bus services. Car rentals at Idaho Falls Airport are provided by several agencies, including AVIS, Budget, and National.

Situated approximately 3 kilometres to the south of downtown Lewiston, Lewiston-Nez Perce County Airport (LWS) receives scheduled passenger flights for Alaska Airlines and Delta Connection. The airport is served by a public bus line operated by the Lewiston Transit System (LTS), as well as coach lines, taxis, and several car rental agencies.

Magic Valley Regional Airport (TWF), located in Twin Falls, is served by only one commercial airline: Delta Connection. The airport is connected to the city centre by scheduled bus services, taxis, and private car hire services.

Pocatello Regional Airport (PIH) is located approximately 13 kilometres to the northwest of central Pocatello. The airport serves the southeast region of the state. Ground transportation options at Pocatello Regional Airport include a city bus operated by Pocatello Regional Transit (PRT), coach lines, limos, and taxis.

What to See and Do in Idaho

A good place to start your tour of Idaho is in the state's capital city, Boise. The city is home to a wide range of art galleries, restaurants, and independent shops, as well as Idaho's largest shopping mall, Boise Towne Square Mall. Other stops to add to your itinerary are Sun Valley, where outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy year-round activities such as fishing, skiing, golfing, and paragliding, and Craters of the Moon National Monument, a vast lava field created by volcanic activity that occurred millions of years ago.

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