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Cheap Flights to Tampa International

Cheap Flights to Tampa International Airport

Tampa International Airport (TPA) is located 9.5 km West of downtown Tampa, in Hillsborough County. Tampa was once called "Cigar City" because very famous cigar manufacturer Vicente Martinez Ybor moved his cigar manufacturing here from Havana in the late 1860s. While there are still cigar shops, this modern city is home to Busch Gardens and the Florida Aquarium. You can find the cheapest flights to Tampa using Skyscanner's flight search. Simply enter "Tampa" and the dates you wish to travel and you will see the cheapest flights available. If you want to fly to Tampa for the cheapest price and have some flexibility in your travel dates, use Skyscanner's cheapest month search tool to find out which month has the cheapest tickets.

The best (cheapest) time to visit Tampa is between September and December. May to August are the busiest times at all of the area attractions, and the weather can be hot and muggy. The weather is still quite warm in September and October and stays pleasant most of the year. It can be quite rainy from June to September, and is most expensive from January to April. Airfares tend to fluctuate a lot, but the cheapest time to book a flight to Tampa is often around 54-72 days prior to departure. Use Skyscanner's price alert tool to keep an eye on fares to your destination. You will receive a notification when the price to Tampa rises or falls.

Tampa International Airport is served by several airlines including Air Canada, WestJet, United, Alaska Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Delta, British Airways, and Lufthansa. Check out all airlines that fly to Canada here. The main terminal has popular restaurants and shops including Hard Rock Café, Starbucks, Chic-fil-A, and Wendy's. Airsides A, C, E, and F each have an assortment of cafés and restaurants, and each one has a Starbucks! The central Terminal contains all the ticketing and baggage services, and the Airsides house the gates, grouped by airline. All Airsides are connected to the terminal by people movers. The airport has free wi-fi, and houses a public art exhibition to enhance the public travelling experience and bring forth Florida's history and culture. The red and blue colour-coding is an innovative way of guiding people around the airport, and Tampa International was the first to use it.

Taxis are available at the curb outside the baggage claim level, and there is a flat rate of $25 to travel the roughly 9 miles to downtown Tampa or the cruise terminal. You can catch the regional transit bus at the bus stop at the west end of the Red baggage claim by Belt #15. Multiple on and off-airport rental car companies including Avis, Enterprise, Hertz, and National are accessible at the red and blue baggage claim areas. Check out Skyscanner's car rental tool for your booking. Shared passenger van service is available to popular destinations by advanced or walk-up booking. There is a cell phone parking lot for drivers to wait to pick up passengers.

Tampa's climate makes it a year-round destination. Visit the Big Cat Rescue and take the Keeper's Tour which will interest even non-cat-people. Stop in for sips at Cigar City brewing or take a stroll down the Tampa Riverwalk. The Tampa Museum of Art provides a cultured experience, or you can dig your toes into the beach sand and soak up the sun. Check out this link to find a hotel in Tampa.

 

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