|Destination Airport IATA Code|
|Number of Airlines Serving|
|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|TPA||Greenville - Spartanburg||Jun 7 - Jun 17||$169|
|BOS||Asheville||Jun 6 - Jun 10||$180|
|DEN||Greenville - Spartanburg||Jun 6 - Jun 17||$204|
|ORD||Greenville - Spartanburg||Jun 6 - Jun 25||$227|
|EWR||Greenville - Spartanburg||Jun 5 - Jun 20||$233|
|PBI||Greenville - Spartanburg||Jun 5 - Jun 23||$233|
|FLL||Greenville - Spartanburg||Jun 5 - Jun 16||$240|
|TPA||Asheville||Jun 7 - Jun 15||$245|
|BOS||Greenville - Spartanburg||Jun 7 - Jun 23||$253|
|MIA||Asheville||Jun 5 - Jun 21||$258|
|FLL||Asheville||Jun 7 - Jun 14||$269|
|DEN||Asheville||Jun 6 - Jun 27||$269|
|MIA||Greenville - Spartanburg||Jun 7 - Jun 20||$274|
|LAX||Greenville - Spartanburg||Jun 7 - Jun 14||$319|
|LAX||Asheville||Jun 5 - Jun 5||$603|
Find cheap flights to Asheville on Orbitz.com. Asheville has a wide variety of attractions and activities, including museums, live music venues featuring blue grass and mountain music to jazz and rock, hiking trails and other outdoor adventures. Visit Asheville for an adventure that will appeal to all of your senses.
Air travelers will land at the Asheville Regional Airport, located at 61 Terminal Drive, Fletcher, North Carolina, 28732. The airport is 9 miles south of downtown. There are several transportation options available at the airport. Taxis cost $2.50 starting fee plus $2.50 a mile, and car and limousine services charge a flat rate based on the destination. Most hotel shuttles are free of charge. The Asheville Transit Route 6 costs $1 per person, and the phone number is (828)253-5691. The Apple Country Transportation Blue Route costs 75 cents per person, and the company can be reached at (828)698-8571. If you experience difficulties locating anything at the airport and would like assistance, just ask an airport or airline employee.
Visitors to Asheville can find many adventures, such as hiking, biking and whitewater rafting, in the acclaimed Blue Ridge Mountains. Adventure seekers can also find natural waterslides and stunning vistas in these mountains. Visitors who enjoy the arts scene will appreciate the fine artists, mountain crafters, numerous art galleries and more. With such places as the Orange Peel Social Aid and Pleasure Club, Star Watch Night Vision Tours, The Garage at Biltmore and Tressa's Downtown Jazz & Blues Club, the nightlife scene is thriving. If shopping is what you are looking for, virtually every downtown street leads to a treasure trove of goodies. Asheville has become a premier spa destination featuring a diverse mix of wellness and treatment services.
Average highs during the months of May through September range from the mid-70s to the mid-80s, and lows during those months range from the mid-50s to the mid-60s. July is typically the warmest month. April and October have average highs in the upper 60s and average lows in the mid-40s. January is usually the coolest month. Typical monthly precipitation is between two and 3.5 inches, with August being the wettest month.
The wide variety of attractions such as historically significant spots, a diverse mix of shopping districts, arts and entertainment, a thriving nightlife scene and more that are available in Asheville will surely make any traveler happy. To book cheap flights to Asheville, go to Orbitz.com. Booking your trip in advance on Orbitz.com can save you even more money.
Summer is peak tourist season in Asheville, and weekends are packed with folks from Charlotte and Atlanta looking to capture a bit of the town’s “weird” vibe while escaping the heat. Thanks to Asheville’s elevation (2,200 feet), the city is typically 10 degrees cooler than neighboring cities. During summer, the Friday night drum circle dominates Pritchard Park in the heart of downtown, drawing hundreds of drummers and dancers every weekend. Regular free concerts like Downtown After Five and Shindig on the Green also entice folks downtown twice a month. But the Bele Chere Festival, in July, is the biggest event of the year, attracting half a million people to a downtown that’s filled with artists booths, food, and live music.
Fall is almost as popular as summer, thanks to the hardwoods covering the mountains surrounding Asheville. Temperatures rarely top the 70s and won’t trend much higher than the 60s when peak foliage hits in mid-October. Expect the inns to be full and the scenic roads to be crowded. The Blue Ridge Parkway, which runs from the edge of town up to the High Country, is the most popular foliage-viewing spot. Fall also brings two beer-themed festivals: Brewgrass, a combo bluegrass and brewery festival, in September, and Oktoberfest (in October).
The city essentially takes winter off, so you’ll find the best deals at hotels and the shortest lines at restaurants. But the temperatures are often below freezing and snow is common. The carnival vibe that typifies Asheville in warmer months is tame as well.
Spring is your best bet for seeing the quieter side of Asheville. The temperatures are back in the 70s, and the mountains come alive with budding trees and wildflowers, but the city hasn’t hit its stride of street performers and festivals yet.
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