Sorting out a flight to Mississippi is likely the most
time consuming part of travel to the state unless you
are employing a travel agent for help. Air travel has
taken a whole new turn with many travelers opting to find
their own flights when planning a trip. The first thing
to do is determine the time of year you would like to
visit. Mississippi's climate is a humid and subtropical
one. Some say the best time to
visit is the summer. If planning on spending time
outdoors doing some Mississippi
camping or fishing this is indeed the best time for looking into airline
fares Mississippi airlines offer.
When looking for airline fares Mississippi major airports
are likely the best places to fly in to. Jackson International
Airport is one of the most popular for arrivals being
the capital of the state.
When looking for flights to Mississippi online make sure to look at exactly what the booking fees entail. Sometimes you will find a travel site selling tickets to different airports in Mississippi but make sure to check the costs of booking directly with the airlines as sometimes you can save quite a bit. If you have decided to book your own flight don't discount talking to a travel agent as a last step before you finalize the deal. Travel agents often buy bulk tickets and sometimes you can find these at a pretty good deal, especially on international flights.
The most popular flights arriving at Jackson International
are from San Diego, Washington
Sacramento and Salt
Lake City. Due to their popularity it might be easier
to find discount airline fares Mississippi airlines offer.
The JAN Airport airlines offer non-stop transportation
daily to eleven cities through eight different airlines.
Delta Connection, American Eagle, Northwest Airlines,
Southwest Airlines and U.S. Airways are few of the airlines
serving JAN Airport. Regular flights from Sacramento are
cheaper on a daily basis then the other popular cities.
Expect to pay roughly $300.00 for a flight to Jackson
International from Sacramento and about $400.00 for a
return flight from the other popular cites. Make sure
to check all prices and taxes.
Jackson International is a modern facility that offers
many amenities for travelers. Restaurants, bars, gift
shops and other specialty stores can all be found here.
Ground transport is also offer via taxi service, airport
shuttles to Jackson hotels,
limousines and rental cars at the JAN airport. If booking a package deal inquire
about rental car services as well as you can often save
a significant amount off a weekend or weekly fee.
Other popular airports in Mississippi include Gulfport/Biloxi where domestic flights can be found between $200.00 and
$400.00 from many major U.S. cities. This flight plan
is popular because of the many Biloxi
casinos and other Mississippi
casinos found along the Gulf Coast. Gaming is one
of the most popular things
to do in Mississippi. If you're planning on
visiting casinos make sure to check out the Stay and Play
packages most casinos offer.
The bigger casinos will often offer flight and hotel
packages to airports in Mississippi where guests will
save on both amenities. Airline fares Mississippi casinos
offer in their packages can often provide some of the
biggest savings for transportation.. Airports in Mississippi
popular for flying into with Stay and Play packages include
the Tunica airport as there are many Tunica
casinos offering flights to Mississippi for a significant
Flights to Mississippi are convenient and fairly short
from most U.S. hubs. Though Jackson International is the
most popular northern airport there is another option
in Tupelo. Tupelo Airport most
popular flights fly in via Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati and Denver and you
may find good deals there if planning a visit to the north.
Whether choosing north or south Mississippi as your holiday
playground the great variety of attractions in sights
in the state will provide a fun and fulfilling vacation