The cheapest US airports to fly in and out of
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International airport in Ohio has the cheapest flights, with an average airfare of just $199. It jumped to first place from 77th last year.
Atlanta International, in Georgia, is the second-cheapest airport to fly from, with an average airfare of $231, and Dallas, Texas, hopped up one spot to 3rd, with an average airfare of $251 — tied with LaGuardia, New York.
In contrast, you might want to avoid flying into McGhee Tyson, Tennessee, which is at the bottom of the list with an average ticket costing $552. Pensacola Regional in Florida and Portland International Jetport in Maine are hot on its heels, with average airfares of $540 and $537 respectively.
This shows us that location doesn't necessarily matter, as popular airports like LaGuardia beat less frequented ones like McGhee Tyson.
Here are the top 10 cheapest airports in the country:
Ranking Last Year
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International, OH (CVG)
Atlanta International, GA (ATL)
Dallas Love Field, TX (DAL)
La Guardia, NY (LGA)
Chicago-O'Hare International, IL (ORD)
Philadelphia International, PA (PHL)
Long Beach (Daugherty Field), CA (LGB)
Cleveland-Hopkins International, OH (CLE)
Orlando International, FL (MCO)
Metropolitan Oakland International, CA (OAK)
And here the 10 most expensive ones:
Ranking Last Year
Portland Intl Jetport, ME (PWM)
Pensacola Regional, FL (PNS)
McGhee Tyson, TN (TYS)
El Paso International, TX (ELP)
Anchorage International, AK (ANC)
James M. Cox Dayton International, OH (DAY)
Greenville-Spartanburg International, SC (GSP)
Northwest Arkansas Regional, AR (XNA)
Yeager, WV (CRW)
Honolulu International, HI (HNL)
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