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Cheap Flights to San Antonio from $49 One Way, $97 Round Trip

Prices starting at $97 for return flights and $49 for one-way flights to San Antonio were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

San Antonio Flight Data

Destination Airport IATA CodeSAT
Destination CitySan Antonio
Number of Airlines Serving1
Flight Price$49
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Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
PHL San Antonio Jun 6 - Jun 13 $161
SEA San Antonio Jun 7 - Jun 28 $228
PDX San Antonio Jun 6 - Jun 21 $242
MSP San Antonio Jun 6 - Jun 9 $305
ATL San Antonio Jun 7 - Jun 24 $308
MEX San Antonio Jun 6 - Jun 13 $328
LAX San Antonio Jun 6 - Jun 20 $356
CLT San Antonio Jun 6 - Jun 24 $391
EWR San Antonio Jun 6 - Jun 20 $439
ORD San Antonio Jun 6 - Jun 12 $501
*Prices include taxes and fees

Cheap Flights to San Antonio

If you’re looking for a destination with a rich history, a vibrant contemporary culture, distinct personality and a great year-round climate, San Antonio is the perfect choice. Use Orbitz to book your Cheap Flights to San Antonio and discover this Texan metropolis for yourself.


When to Book Flights to San Antonio

Even in the depths of winter, the average temperature in San Antonio hovers around the low 60s. Although summers can be hot, with highs of 100˚F common, there are lots of air-conditioned restaurants, bars and shops where you can relax and cool off. As a result of this warm climate, there’s not really a bad time to visit the city.

If you’re a fan of the heat and want to experience an authentic Texan summer, book your flights to San Antonio between May and October. This is also peak season in the city, so you may find flights to San Antonio from your home city are a little more expensive.

From November to April, temperatures are lower and crowds sparser. You should find it easier to book Cheap Flights to San Antonio from destinations across the US so this is the perfect time to visit if you’re travelling on a budget.


How to Find Cheap Flights to San Antonio

The easiest way to find Cheap Flights to San Antonio Texas is to book your trip with Orbitz. When searching for departures, there are a number of tricks you can use to find the best deals.

Select ‘All Airports’ if you’re flying from a city with multiple terminals. This will ensure you’re shown all possible departures from your local area.

If you’re still in the early stages of planning your trip, click the ‘Show Flexible Dates’ link at the top of the results page. You can then look at prices for San Antonio flights on the days either side of your selected dates.

Sort your results by number of stops, airline and departure time using the filters on the left-hand side, or by price or duration using the drop down menu at the top of the page.


US Departures to San Antonio


San Antonio International Airport

San Antonio International is an important aviation hub for the city and the surrounding area. It’s served by 11 airlines and operates nonstop flights to 43 destinations across the US, Mexico and Canada. Both budget airlines and national carriers serve the airport, giving you a good variety of routes and fares to choose from.

The terminal building is located around eight miles from downtown San Antonio. It’s connected to the city center by the local bus network and taxis or hire cars are also available at the airport.


Which Airlines Fly to San Antonio?

A number of airlines link San Antonio with destinations across the US, these include:

  • American
  • United
  • Delta
  • Alaska
  • Southwest

How to Get Around San Antonio

Although San Antonio does have a public transport network, the easiest way to get around the city is definitely by car. Hire cars are available from a number of places in San Antonio including the airport. Having a vehicle of your own will also give you the chance to get out and explore the local area.

If you don’t want to rent a car during your stay, you can get around easily using taxis or you can take advantage of the local bus network. Buses connect most central areas of the city and services run fairly regularly throughout the day.

One of the most pleasant ways to explore San Antonio is to ride the city’s streetcars. The three streetcar routes connect many of the most famous sights and attractions and allow you to experience a unique side of the city.


Must-See Attractions in San Antonio

As well as being the most famous attraction in San Antonio, the Alamo is one of the most important sights in the US. Now a National Monument and a Unesco World Heritage Site, the iconic building is a must-see during your stay in the city.

If you want to experience a little of San Antonio’s contemporary culture, take a stroll along the city’s River Walk. Lined with restaurants, bars and cafes, this beautiful waterway is the perfect place to while away a Texan afternoon.


Tips for Traveling in San Antonio

Downtown San Antonio is compact enough to explore on foot so why not leave the car at home and get out for a walk? The city also has a rapidly growing network of bike routes, making it perfect to discover on two wheels.

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