Cheap Flights to Missouri

From the peaks and valleys of its Ozark Mountains to its state parks, major rivers, and 80,000 hectares of public green spaces, the state of Missouri is a prime destination for outdoor enthusiasts. The state is also known for its thriving arts, culinary, and entertainment scene. Each year, millions of tourists visit Missouri to explore historic small towns, cruise the iconic Route 66, sample artisanal ales, and take in live festivals and shows. Skyscanner's flight search can help you find and compare cheap flights to Missouri. To compare flight prices across a range of dates, select the Whole Month search filter.

Airlines That Fly to Missouri

Air Canada is the only airline servicing direct flights from Canada to Missouri. connecting air service is offered by several other major and low-cost carriers, including American airlines, Delta Air Lines, and WestJet. More information about airlines flying to Missouri can be found on this page.

Best Time to Fly to Missouri

Missouri experiences four distinct seasons, with cold, snowy winters, hot summers, and mild springtimes and autumns. The state's peak tourist season runs from June to August, although the winter holidays also see a fair number of tourists -- particularly in Branson, which transforms into a veritable winter wonderland. A good time to visit, if you want to avoid large tourist crowds and find great deals on flights and Missouri hotels, is during the shoulder seasons (September through October and March through May). If you have a specific travel date in mind, you can monitor air ticket prices using Skyscanner's Price Alert tool.

Airports in Missouri

There are five airports in Missouri that service regular scheduled commercial flights. The three busiest facilities are Kansas City International Airport, Springfield-Branson National Airport, and St. Louis Lambert International Airport.

St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL) is Missouri's busiest air facility in terms of passenger numbers. It is located approximately 23 kilometres northwest of central St. Louis. Ground transportation options at St. Louis Lambert International Airport include public bus routes 49 and 66 (operated by MetroBus), as well as coach lines, limousines local taxi services, and rental cars.

Kansas City International Aiprort (MCI) is Missouri is located approximately 24 kilometres to the northwest of downtown Kansas City and is connected to the city centre by major highways I-29 and I-40. The airport is served public buses operated by the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, as well as limousines, shuttles, and taxis. Car rentals at Kansas City International Airport are provided by several major agencies, including Dollar, Enterprise, and Hertz.

Springfield-Branson National Airport (SGF) is a public-use airport located approximately 8 kilometres to the northwest of the city of Springfield. The airport receives flights from 13 U.S. cities for five regional and low-cost carriers, including American Eagle, Delta Connection, and United Express. Ground transportation options at Springfield-Branson National Airport include scheduled bus lines, limousines, shuttles, and car rentals.

What to See and Do in Missouri

While the cities of St. Louis and Kansas City remain the state's most popular tourist destinations, Branson is also growing in popularity among travellers. The city is home to several prominent theaters, including the Roy Clark Celebrity Theater, and boasts a thriving entertainment scene. Another essential stop to add to your itinerary is the state's capital, Jefferson City. Named after the third president of the U.S., the city is home to the state's most notable tourist sites, monuments, and art galleries -- including the Missouri State Capitol Building and the Jefferson Landing State Historic Site.

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