|Destination Airport IATA Code||SAV|
|Number of Airlines Serving||1|
|Popular Airline||American Airlines|
Delta is the best in the industry.
The flight departure was delayed by an hour!
In flight staff was terrific
A little abrasion on my checked in suit case. Otherwise everything good.
Please add power plugs or USB ports to these commuter flights.
I love flying Jet Blue!
I particularly appreciated your helping me out with an accessibility concern.
The girls working on the flight were just incredibly sweet. It was wonderful.
Did not like that we are unable to select a seat for our return flight.
Keep on keeping on
|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|JFK||Hilton Head||Jul 17 - Aug 3||$233|
|PHL||Savannah||Jul 19 - Jul 24||$249|
|EWR||Savannah||Jul 18 - Aug 3||$252|
|EWR||Hilton Head||Jul 17 - Aug 3||$252|
|EWR||Savannah||Jul 18 - Aug 3||$252|
|BOS||Hilton Head||Jul 17 - Jul 31||$265|
|MSP||Hilton Head||Jul 17 - Jul 23||$266|
|MSP||Savannah||Jul 17 - Aug 5||$266|
|ORD||Hilton Head||Jul 19 - Aug 10||$276|
|DFW||Hilton Head||Jul 18 - Jul 21||$289|
|ORD||Savannah||Jul 17 - Jul 20||$347|
|BOS||Savannah||Jul 17 - Jul 21||$357|
|PHL||Hilton Head||Jul 19 - Aug 3||$365|
|LAX||Savannah||Jul 18 - Jul 27||$399|
|DEN||Savannah||Jul 18 - Aug 5||$463|
Near Georgia’s Atlantic coast lies the fascinating and historic city of Savannah, made famous through film and literature in the 1990s (Forrest Gump and Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil).
Known as the Hostess City, Savannah is the oldest city in Georgia and it’s blessed with Antebellum architecture, beautiful parks, a thriving cultural scene and plenty of good old-fashioned Southern hospitality.
Peak season is between March and May, when crowds flock to Savannah to enjoy the wonderful spring weather and watch the city’s flowers and trees blossom. Savannah also hosts one of the country’s biggest St Patrick’s Day celebrations in March.
The summers are hot, with temperatures in the 90s. But the long lazy days are perfect for relaxing with a mint julep or enjoying a leisurely barbecue in one of the city’s parks.
The best time for a cheap vacation in Savannah is the fall, when the weather is cooler and there are fewer visitors.
The winters are mild, with temperatures rarely falling below 60°F. This is the cheapest time of year for flights but still a great time to visit.
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Flight times from US cities to Savannah include:
Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport is located eight miles northwest of the main business district, just off Interstate 95. It is the second busiest airport in George after Atlanta.
You can pick up information about Savannah at the tourist information center, and there are car hire facilities.
Charleston International and Jacksonville International airports are a two-hour drive from Savannah to the north and south respectively.
Among the airlines that fly from US destinations to Savannah are:
There is a bus service from the airport to downtown Savannah, and a free shuttle bus runs through the historic city center. You can also catch an old-style ferry across the Savannah river to Hutchinson Island.
When the weather is cool it is possible to explore the historic city center on foot, and there are plenty of guided tours that take in the main sites. Outside the city center hiring a car is the best way to get around.
Savannah is dripping with history and the best way to experience it is on one of the guided tours around the town. There are many to choose from, with some focusing on Savannah’s role in the Civil War, others take you to parks, gardens and places made famous by Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, and you can even explore some of the city’s most haunted sites on twilight ghost walks.
Head west to the Atlantic coast to visit Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge which lies on a barrier island and offers hiking, birdwatching and unspoiled beaches.
Savannah has plenty of museums. The Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum and the American Prohibition Museum are particularly fascinating.
Dine out in Savannah – it’s awash with restaurants offering modern and traditional Southern cooking, and there are even tours that take you through the city’s culinary history.
There are festivals throughout the year. Savannah Book Festival takes place in February, April hosts the city’s music festival (the largest in Georgia), there are jazz and soul food festivals in September. The Savannah Film Festival is held in October.
Savannah makes a great destination year-round, but the Hostess City does have its seasons. For the absolute best weather, spring is the ideal time to come—and everyone knows it. Crowds hit the historic district en masse from March to May. Mid-March is especially busy, when one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the country kicks off the high season with three days of street-choking, green-beer-drinking revelry. Come for St. Pat’s if you want to party, but don’t expect to see the sights.
For a more leisurely time in Savannah, visit during the fall—which has similar weather to spring. Or time your vacation for the Low Country’s mild winters. Both have exponentially smaller crowds than the high season, and you can find significant drops in air and hotel rates. The first three weeks in December are the slowest of the year, though average temperatures are still relatively warm in the mid-60s.
For those who don’t mind the heat and humidity, and don’t care to be too active, summertime in Savannah offers long, lazy days perfect for front-porch-sipping on cold cocktails or sweet tea along with a hearty helping of local seafood or pulled-pork barbecue. If you want to do like the locals, take an elaborate, multicourse picnic to one of the many evening movies and concerts, morning farmers’ markets, or other summer events in Forsyth Park.
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