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Cheap Flights to the United States

Cheap Flights to the United States

Chances are high that there is at least one United States tourist attraction on your bucket list, whether it's the iconic Statue of Liberty in New York, the classically beautiful Golden Gate Bridge in California, or the fun and exciting Walt Disney World theme park in Florida. And with the United States being so close to Canada, it's always the right time to start planning an American getaway.

Each of the country's 50 states has at least one major airport, with most having three or more. The abundance of flight routes means it's easy to plan either a short weekend trip or a long vacation. Download the Skyscanner Mobile App for effortless trip, hotel, and car rental planning on the go.

Best Time to Book a Flight to the United States

In general, the most popular time for tourists to visit the States is during the summer months, when the weather is warm and sunny. In some states, however, the weather can be uncomfortably hot from June to August. Places like Florida, Texas, and Louisiana are best visited in the spring or fall.

If you're visiting a northeastern state, like Massachusetts or Vermont, the late fall is a great time to visit and see the changing leaves. States with mountainous topography, like Colorado and Montana, are best visited in the winter for cold weather sports like skiing and snowboarding.

Airport and Airline Options in the United States

The United States' busiest airports are all spread out around the country. Coming in first in terms of passengers served is Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), located about 11 km from downtown Atlanta. Not only is ATL the busiest airport in the country, it has also held the top spot worldwide since 1998. The airport consists of a Domestic Terminal and an International Terminal. It is a major hub for Delta Air Lines.

The next-busiest American airport is located across the country, in California. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) consists of nine passengers terminals and serves over 80 million passengers per year. LAX is a hub for four major U.S. airlines: Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines.

Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD), located about 27 km from downtown Chicago, consists of four passenger terminals. Air Canada and WestJet both fly direct from major Canadian cities to ORD, including Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal.

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), located in Texas, and John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), located in New York, both serve millions of passengers per year. Each airport is a major hub for American Airlines. American Eagle also operates hundreds of flights from DFW and JetBlue Airways is a major carrier at JFK.

What to See and Do in the United States

In the city with the biggest airport, Atlanta, the top tourist attractions are the Georgia Aquarium and the World of Coca-Cola museum. Both are family friendly spots with plenty to see and do. Los Angeles is the country's top destination for everything entertainment-related. You can stroll the 15-block Hollywood Walk of Fame, visit film studios, or take a bus tour of celebrity's homes. The lights and dazzle of Los Angeles make everyone feel like a star.

Atlanta and Los Angeles are only two of the thousands of impressive, tourist-friendly cities in the United States. By entering your home airport and travel dates into Skyscanner's flight search tool above, you can build a list of the best U.S. travel options. No matter which destination you choose, fun and adventure await when you book a flight from Canada to the United States.

Flights to the USA

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