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

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

Telluride Flight Data

Destination Airport IATA Code
Destination CityTelluride
Number of Airlines Serving
Flight Price$49
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Flights Review

Feb 19, 2020

When connections are short it would be nice if flight attendants announced that passengers should let those that have tight connections to disembark first as a common courtesy. I got to my gate in Dallas and the plane was boarding, no time for "pit stop" ..

Feb 13, 2020

All four connections were early. That hasn’t happened in years. good job United:

Jan 2, 2020

TSA security was sad! Not many in line however, I feel it took way to long to process people.

Sep 25, 2018

timely thank you

Jun 27, 2018

Gate agents always seem annoyed when I ask for help. Aren't they supposed to be in a customer service role?

Jun 24, 2018

American customer service lines wait times in DFW had over a 2 hour wait for hotel and meal voucher due to mechanical delay causing misconnect. Once the service agent got to me the service was great, but there weren't enough agents to handle the multitude of customer complaints.

Jun 16, 2018

I put my TSA precheck number in but it never showed up. Besides that everything else was good.

Jun 2, 2018

One hour between flights is not enough! Just barely had enough time to catch my 2nd flight with all the delays that the plane had.

May 31, 2018

Very friendly staff and helpful

May 8, 2018

got in early

Feb 28, 2018

I was very disappointed with our outgoing flights as our first flight was cancelled and not rescheduled till more than 24 hours later. However my aunt, a flight attendant called in and asked customer service to upgrade my return trip which they agreed to do at no charge. Our return trip went smooth, was on time, had short lines and friendly staff. I ended up paying for an upgrade to first class for one of our flights and really enjoyed that. Overall I am content with my travel, although I am still frustrated that American Airlines does so much overbooking, causing delays when they need to get passengers to accept rewards to take later flights, and also that the economy class seating has become so crowded, small, and close together.

Deals On This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
OMA Montrose Oct 31 - Nov 13 $258
PHX Montrose Oct 30 - Nov 11 $309
MSP Montrose Oct 30 - Nov 17 $317
EWR Montrose Nov 1 - Nov 10 $333
EWR Montrose Nov 1 - Nov 10 $333
IAD Montrose Nov 1 - Nov 22 $358
CLT Montrose Oct 30 - Nov 13 $377
DFW Montrose Oct 31 - Nov 17 $400
DEN Montrose Oct 30 - Oct 30 $433
APA Telluride Oct 30 - Nov 10 $5,305
DAL Telluride Oct 30 - Nov 16 $37,508
*Prices include taxes and fees

Visit Telluride

When most people mention Telluride, it is followed by something to do with snow or skiing. What many don't know is that Telluride is a community with a rich history and a culture that thrives year-round, including during months without snow. can help you find cheap flights to Telluride, whether you want to ski and snowboard or attend the Mountain Film Festival.

Getting to Telluride

Making the trek to Telluride is an adventure in itself. You will most likely fly into Denver International Airport and then board a smaller commercial flight to Durango-La Plata County Airport. From there, you will board a charter flight that will take you to Telluride Regional Airport, 1500 Last Dollar Road, Telluride, Colorado 81435. The airport is located 5 miles west of Telluride. To get from the airport to Telluride, you can either rent a car from Hertz or National, or you can use a taxi or limo service, such as Mountain Limo, Telluride Express or Alpine Luxury Limos.

The Weather in Telluride and Things to Do

Telluride has all four seasons, but winters are not as severe as most people think. The coldest month is January, when temperatures average around 40 degrees Fahrenheit. You will need winter apparel, but you won't experience bone-chilling cold. July is the warmest month, with temperatures topping 95 degrees. Summer clothes, such as shorts, T-shirts and sandals, are appropriate. There is plenty to do while visiting Telluride. Winter visitors will want to hit the ski slopes and take part in other snow-related activities, but visitors can also take a ride on the Telluride/Mountain Village Gondola, visit the Telluride History Museum, explore Mountain Village and stroll down Main Street. During the rest of the year, visitors can visit places such as the San Miguel River and Bear Creek Falls and take a Telluride Horseback Adventure.

Come Visit Telluride

From the Telluride Film Festival and music festivals to Brews and Blues and traditional skiing activities, Telluride has a lot to offer visitors. Let help you find cheap flights to Telluride, where melting snow is not the end of the adventure; it is only the beginning.

Telluride When to Go

Winter holidays and summer weekends tend to command the highest prices in Telluride. August thunderstorms can briefly soak streets and trails, but the month is often dry, with an average humidity of about 10 percent. Aside from the occasional hot or cold spell, the temperature fluctuates between around 30 in January to 76 in July—milder, in general, than some other Colorado resorts farther north. There are so many summer festivals in Telluride that the town has designated one July weekend as the Nothing Festival—no staff, no passes, no schedule, no T-shirts, no nothing. Every other space on the calendar is taken up by mountain-themed films (Memorial Day), balloons (June), bluegrass (June), plein-air painting (July), jazz and mushrooms and chamber music and culinary arts (August), and the great Telluride Film Festival (Labor Day).

Like the rest of the Rockies, there’s a high-desert climate here, even if 300 inches of snow come down in a good winter. If it’s not snowing, it’s bright and sunny (some 300 days a year). And with an in-town elevation of 8,750 feet, that sun is strong. Bring plenty of high-SPF sunscreen. January brings the cold, but March brings the most snow and deepest bases on the mountain.

The shoulder seasons (October/November and April/May) are the quietest and the cheapest, since they fall in between ski area operations and everything else.

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