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Cheap Flights to Mississippi

Home to some of the finest southern cooking the United States has to offer and birthplace of the Delta Blues, Mississippi is the perfect destination for travelers looking to relax and enjoy some of the United States' most iconic historical and cultural sites. With sandy beaches on the Gulf of Mexico to the south and the vital Mississippi river in the west, this state offers stunning landscapes that can be enjoyed year-round. Try using Skyscanner's search tools to find the cheapest flights, hotels, and car rentals for a budget-friendly trip to the Hospitality State!

Getting to Mississippi

Mississippi has several regional and international airports, but the largest can be found in Jackson (JAN), Columbus (GTR), and Gulfport (GPT). Usually, international travelers will route through Jacksonville before flying to other parts of the state. There are many international airlines that serve these airports, including United, Delta, American Airlines, and Air Canada.

Canadians can travel to the United States for up to 6 months without a visa, but your passport must be valid for your entire trip.

The Best Time To Visit Mississippi

With its year-round warm weather and humid climate, Mississippi is a great place to visit almost any time of year. In the summer months, tourists and locals alike flock to the Gulf coast for fun, sun, and relaxation. A word of warning: if you travel to Mississippi in the summer, be sure to keep an eye on the weather report - thunderstorms, tornados, and hurricanes are a common sight in this state! Winter is the most popular time of year for fishing, hiking, camping, and boating due to Mississippi's mild climate. It's the perfect place to escape the harsh Canadian winter! 

Consider heading to Mississippi during the shoulder season (early spring or late fall) for cheaper flights and a better deal on your hotel. The weather is still comfortable, but most of the tourists have left for the year, so you'll have some of the best spots all to yourself! 

What to Do in Mississippi

If you're not sure what to do in Mississippi, don't worry - we've got you covered! Here are a few ideas to get you started:

  • Follow the Mississippi Blues Trail to see the birthplace of Elvis Presley in Tulepo, the Blues Museum in Clarksdale, the Alamo Theatre in Jackson, and more.
  • Rent a houseboat or take a river cruise along the Mississippi river for a relaxing, scenic vacation.
  • Head to the world's largest man-made beach on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, then rent a boat to go deep-sea fishing or claim a private beach for the day on one of the nearby Gulf islands.
  • Enjoy some southern comfort food and country music on the historic Farish Street in Jackson.

Flights to Mississippi

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