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Why You Should Fly To Georgia

Great food, a rich culture and dynamic cities make Georgia a fantastic holiday destination. During your stay you can explore the state’s beautiful coast and countryside, learn about its fascinating history and get a feel for modern Georgia in its vibrant cities.


When To Book Flights To Georgia

The weather in Georgia varies fairly dramatically throughout the year. While winter sees regular ice storms and low temperatures, summers can be sweltering and the fall months bring regular hurricanes.

Book your flights to Georgia in March, April or May for the best chance of pleasant temperatures and clear skies. As this is one of the most popular times of year to visit the state, you’ll need to book early if you want to secure cheap flights to Georgia.

If you decide to book your tickets to Georgia during the winter, summer or fall months, make sure you’re prepared for whatever the weather has to throw at you.


How To Find The Best Flight Deals To Georgia

The more flexible you can be when booking your trip, the easier it will be to find cheap airline tickets to Georgia. If your travel plans aren’t yet set in stone, you may be able to save money by flying there or back on a different day. Click the ‘Show flexible dates’ link on the results page to see prices for alternative flights.

With low cost carriers often based out of specific regional airports, it’s not uncommon for prices to vary widely between departure points. Check to see if you can find a cheaper deal on plane tickets to Georgia by clicking the ‘Nearby airports’ link on the results page.

Make sure you find the best flights for your trip by using the filters on the left of the page to refine your results. These filters allow you to sort your flights by price, duration, number of stops and airline.


Main Airports in Georgia

  • Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)

One of the busiest airports in the world, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International handles over 100 million passengers and almost a million flights every year. A major hub for Delta Air Lines and a focus city for Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines and Spirit Airlines, the airport is incredibly well connected to destinations across the US and around the world. The airport is connected to Atlanta’s rapid transport network and is served by trains, buses and taxis.

  • Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV)

Located around eight miles from the city of Savannah, Savannah/Hilton Head International is a convenient arrival point for passengers traveling to Georgia’s coast. As a result, it offers a large number of seasonal services to destinations across the US as well as regular year-round connections. Buses and taxis link the airport with the local area.


Which Airlines Fly To Georgia

You can book tickets to Georgia through a number of airlines including:

  • Delta Airlines
  • Southwest Airlines
  • Spirit Airlines
  • American Airlines
  • United Airlines

How To Get Around Georgia

The quickest way to travel across Georgia is by plane. Internal flights connect Atlanta with a number of regional airports although services aren’t always regular.

As Georgia was founded as a railroad terminus, it’s no surprise that the city is still accessible by train. Although services are far from regular, it is possible to travel to a number of domestic destinations from Atlanta. Relatively affordable and giving you the chance to take in the state’s beautiful scenery, the train is a great way to travel.

Atlanta itself has an extensive public transport network making it easy to get out and explore. Long-distance buses connect most of the state’s towns and cities.


Places to visit in Georgia

Atlanta

Georgia’s capital and the state’s largest city, Atlanta has played an important part in US history. Visit the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park or the Center for Human and Civil Rights to learn about the history of the civil rights movement in the city. Once you’ve had your fill of sightseeing, get some fresh air in the sprawling Piedmont Park or take in a show at the historic Fox Theatre.

Savannah

The original capital of Georgia, the historic city of Savannah is home to some of the best-preserved period architecture in the US. The best place to learn about the city’s past is in the Savannah Historic District, an area that roughly correlates to Savannah’s city limits prior to the civil war. Once you’ve explored the city’s history, head to the vibrant River Street to enjoy some of the best bars and restaurants the Savannah has to offer.

Cumberland Island

Declared a National Park and a National Seashore, Cumberland Island is home to a unique variety of flora and fauna. A great place to escape the hustle and bustle of the modern world, the island is well worth exploring during your stay in Georgia.


Tips And Tricks For Traveling in Georgia

Georgia operates on Eastern Daylight Time during the summer months.

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