Cheap Flights to Michigan

Bordered by lakes Erie, Huron, Michigan, and Superior, and boasting a large number of inland lakes and ponds, the state of Michigan draws millions of visitors every year who come to relax on golden beaches, sample delicious farm-to-table cuisine, and enjoy endless opportunities for outdoor recreation. To search and compare cheap flights to Michigan, simply enter your departure date into Skyscanner's flight search. If you'd like to compare ticket prices across a range of dates, try using the Whole Month search filter.

Airlines That Fly to Michigan

Direct flights from Canada to Michigan are served by Air Canada and Delta Air Lines. Several other major and low-cost carriers provide connecting service to Michigan. They include American Airlines, United Airlines, and WestJet. More airlines that fly to Michigan can be found on this page.

Best Time to Fly to Michigan

Michigan's peak tourist season runs from June to August, but the state also sees an increase in visitors during the autumn months (September to November), when the fall foliage draws many nature lovers to the region. Hotels in Michigan tend to fill up quickly during these times of the year, and rates are higher than during the off-peak season. A good time for budget-minded travellers to visit Michigan is during the spring months (March to May). At this time of year, you'll enjoy reasonable airfares and accommodation rates, pleasant sightseeing weather, and smaller tourist crowds. If you have a specific travel date in mind, you can monitor air ticket prices with our Price Alert tool. We'll notify you when airfares are low so you can book the cheapest possible flight to Michigan.

Airports in Michigan

There are 16 airports in Michigan that handle regular scheduled commercial flights. The three busiest airports, in terms of passenger numbers, are Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, Gerald R. Ford International Airport, and Bishop International Airport.

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) is the state's busiest airport. It is the primary airport serving metropolitan Detroit. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport connects to downtown Detroit by public bus routes 125 and 280, which are operated by Metro Detroit Area Transit (SMART). Other ground transportation options at this airport include the Ann Arbor airRide bus ("The Ride"), limousines, taxis, and car rentals.

Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GRR) is the main airport serving the West Michigan region. Located approximately 21 kilometres to the southeast of Grand Rapids, the airport serves a number of regional carriers like American Eagle, Delta Connection, and United Express. The airport is served by public bus route 27, as well as hotel shuttles, taxis, coach lines, and several major car rental agencies.

Bishop International Airport (FNT) is located in southwestern Flint. The facility handles flights for several low-cost airlines, including Allegiant Air and Southwest Airlines. Bishop International Airport is conveniently situated near the I-69 and I-75/US23 interchange in Flint, and is served by a city bus operated by the Flint Mass Transportation Authority (Flint MTA). Other ground transportation options at Bishop International are local taxi services, ride-shares, and rental cars.

What to See and Do in Michigan

A good place to begin your tour of the state is in the "Great Comeback City," Detroit. Here, you'll find world-famous attractions such as the Henry Ford Museum, as well as a flourishing art and culinary scene. Another popular tourist stop is the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in Lake Huron, where visitors can explore 129 lighthouses, historic military fortresses, various maritime museums, and 10 shipwreck-diving preserves. For outdoor enthusiasts, Michigan's 103 state parks and recreation areas provide thousands of kilometres of biking, hiking, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling trails, as well as rivers for water sports and freshwater fishing.

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