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Cheap flights to Tennessee from $45 One Way, $67 Round Trip

$67 return flights and $45 one-way flights to Tennessee were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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Feb 17, 2020

Very pleasant trip...thank you!

Jan 1, 2020

Check-in staff was helpful, so different from AA check in experience in JFK from 10 years before. Flight crew were friendly, accommodating and courteous. Flights were relatively on time and pilots handled landings smoothly.

Dec 28, 2019

Super friendly- staff was infused with Mr. Rogers vibes.

Dec 23, 2019

My bag was delayed and delivered the next day

Dec 21, 2019

Love to fly United!

Dec 1, 2019

back row on the smaller plane with non-reclining seats was unfortunate. I had to tie my coat around my head to the seat so I could sleep without my head falling forward.

Sep 4, 2018

Struggled to get WiFi to work on this flight

Sep 2, 2018

Ran on time

Aug 29, 2018

Turn down volume on steward's microphone! Otherwise, all was wonderful!

Aug 28, 2018

Ive never expierienced such comfy seats

Aug 14, 2018

Plane was too noisy .. I could hear noises coming from tires.. I was worried about the condition of the plane

Jul 14, 2018

Older small plane but good service

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Top places to visit in Tennessee

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Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
DEN Memphis Oct 30 - Nov 1 $67
EWR Nashville Oct 31 - Nov 3 $106
ORD Nashville Oct 31 - Nov 5 $120
DFW Memphis Nov 1 - Nov 2 $133
TPA Knoxville Oct 30 - Nov 10 $198
TPA Nashville Oct 31 - Nov 2 $203
PHL Blountville Oct 30 - Nov 14 $225
LGA Memphis Nov 1 - Nov 3 $250
PHL Huntsville Oct 30 - Nov 19 $266
LAX Memphis Oct 31 - Nov 2 $268
SEA Knoxville Oct 30 - Nov 17 $272
BOS Knoxville Oct 30 - Nov 4 $298
DFW Chattanooga Nov 1 - Nov 9 $314
BOS Huntsville Oct 30 - Nov 18 $325
DEN Blountville Oct 30 - Nov 18 $365
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Why You Should Fly To Tennessee

The home of country music and the blues, and the birthplace of rock and roll, Tennessee has a musical pedigree few other places can rival. As well as a fantastic choice of musical attractions, Tennessee also has great restaurants, beautiful national parks and vibrant cities. Book your flights today and explore the Volunteer State yourself.


When To Book Flights To Tennessee

The best time to visit Tennessee is from April to October. Warm weather and clear skies provide the perfect conditions to explore all corners of the state. Although summer thunderstorms are common, they rarely get in the way of the regular gigs and outdoor events that take place all over Tennessee.

As summer is peak season in the state, cheap flights to Tennessee can be a little harder to find. If you’re travelling on a budget, you should find it easier to book cheap flights to Tennessee between November and March. Although the state experiences cool winters, it’s normally warm enough to get out and explore.


How To Find The Best Flight Deals To Tennessee

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Click the ‘Show flexible dates’ link on the results page to see if you can fly to Tennessee for less on an alternative day. You’ll often find that prices vary during the week, a so being flexible with your departure date could well pay dividends.

Find the best Tennessee tickets for your trip using the filters on the lefts of the results page. Allowing you to sort flights by price, duration, number of stops, airline and departure time, they’ll help you find the deal that’s right for you.


Main Airports In Tennessee

  • Memphis International Airport (MEM)

Memphis International is the busiest airport in Tennessee. Located around seven miles from the center of the city, it offers direct flights to a good choice of domestic destinations. Some international services also depart from the airport. Once you land, you can continue your journey to Memphis by hire car, taxi or shuttle bus.

  • Nashville International Airport (BNA)

Originally named Berry Field, Nashville International is located around eight miles from the city center. As well as a good selection of domestic services, the airport offers a number of direct routes to Europe, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. Buses, taxis and shuttle services connect the airport with destinations in the local area.

  • McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS)

Located within easy reach of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, around 12 miles from the city of Knoxville, McGhee Tyson Airport is the third busiest air hub in the state. The most popular destinations for passengers traveling from the airport are Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago and Dallas. You can continue your journey from McGhee Tyson Airport by taxi, bus, shuttle bus or hire car.


Which Airlines Fly To Tennessee

A good choice of airlines serve airports in Tennessee, including:

  • Southwest Airlines
  • Delta Air Lines
  • American Eagle
  • American Airlines
  • Allegiant Air

How To Get Around Tennessee

The easiest way to get around Tennessee is by hire car. Even within cities, driving is generally the quickest way to reach your destination. As well as being convenient, hiring a car gives you the freedom to get off the beaten track and get out to explore the state’s beautiful landscape.

If you don’t have a hire car, you can use Greyhound buses to travel between destinations. A limited train service is also available between Memphis and Newbern. Within Tennessee’s cities, you’ll generally find a good choice of buses and taxis available. Nashville also has a commuter rail service linking its suburbs and downtown area.


Places To Visit In Tennessee

Nashville

The undisputed home of country music, Nashville is a fantastic destination for anyone interested in the genre. Live gigs take place across the city pretty much every night and there are lots of iconic country attractions to explore. Visit the Johnny Cash Museum, the Country Music Hall of Fame and make your pilgrimage to the Grand Ole Opry.

Great Smokey Mountains

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park straddles the border between Tennessee and North Carolina. Incredibly beautiful and very accessible, its one of the most visited national parks in the US and is a must-see during your stay in Tennessee.

Memphis

The second largest city in Tennessee, Memphis is considered by many to be the home of the blues. The location of Graceland, Elvis’ iconic mansion, the city can rival anywhere else in Tennessee when it comes to live music. One of the best places to enjoy the city’s music scene is the lively Beale Street. Home to a large number of bars, many of which have live bands on throughout the week, it’s the perfect place to party the night away.


Tips And Tricks For Traveling In Tennessee

Tennessee is split between the Eastern and Central Time Zones.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.