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Cheapest Month to fly to Philadelphia
Check Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) airfare trends to the top destination cities or airports that are served by Philadelphia International Airport (IATA: PHL), which is a major airport in the city.
Best Months for Cheap Flights to Philadelphia from Orlando
Both Orlando (Florida) and Philadelphia are located in the same time zone, i.e. Eastern Time Zone (EST). Orlando has MCO (Orlando International Airport) as its major airport. Cheapfaremart airfare trend reveals the following.
- Expensive month: From Orlando, May is the most expensive month
- Cheapest month: From Orlando, November is the cheapest month
- Moderate month: From Orlando, expect average fare from June to October
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Best Months for Cheap Flights to Philadelphia from Atlanta
Philadelphia and Atlanta (Georgia) are from the same time zone, i.e. EST. Atlanta is served by the busiest airport of the US, i.e. ATL (Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport). Find the cheapest, expensive and moderate months to fly to PHL from ATL.
- Expensive month: April to October and December are the most expensive months to fly to Pennsylvania.
- Cheapest month: From Atlanta, February stays as the cheapest month, followed by January and November.
- Moderate month: In March, expect an average airfare to Philadelphia.
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Best Months for Cheap Flights to Philadelphia from Boston
Boston (Massachusetts) and Philadelphia are located in the same time zone, i.e. EST. Boston is served by Logan International Airport (BOS). Delta, American, and JetBlue have flights from BOS to PHL. Find the most expensive, cheapest and moderate months to fly to Philadelphia.
- Expensive month: From Massachusetts, December proves to be an expensive month
- Cheapest month: In January and February, you can expect cheap flights to Philadelphia.
- Moderate month: Between March and October, airfares stay in the average range.
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Note: Last Monday of every month for one-way fare for American Airlines as found on Nov 4, 2019. Average of August and September fares is taken for that of September’s. Fares not available for October as the airline has only 331 days of advance reservation window.
Best time to book the cheapest flight to Philadelphia
If no major event or festival fall around your date of travel, then booking four to eight weeks ahead of the flight departure date is advised. You should be quick in locking airfare deals helping you fly to your destination just before the festival or event. Such airfares may skyrocket if you try to book too late, say before a week or two.
Airports in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Philadelphia International Airport
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is the primary airport serving Philadelphia. The airport serves 31.7 million passengers annually, making it the 20th busiest airport in the United States. The airport, located 7 miles (11 km) from downtown Philadelphia, has twenty-five airlines that offer nearly 500 daily departures to more than 130 destinations worldwide.
Ranking of airlines by passenger traffic share
- American (46.32%)
- Southwest (7.91%)
- Delta (5.92%)
- Frontier (5.74%)
- United (4.02%)
- Other (30.08)
Top 10 Destination Cities, States, and Airports with Airlines
|Orlando||Florida (FL)||MCO||American, Frontier, Southwest, Spirit|
|Atlanta||Georgia (GA)||ATL||American, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, Spirit|
|Boston||Massachusetts (MA)||BOS||American, Delta, JetBlue|
|Chicago||Illinois (IL)||ORD||American, United|
|Dallas/Fort-Worth||Texas (TX)||DFW||American, Frontier, Spirit|
|Los Angeles||California (CA||LAX||Alaska, American, Spirit|
|Charlotte||North Carolina (NC)||CLT||American, Frontier|
|Fort Lauderdale||Florida (FL)||FLL||American, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit|
|Denver||Colorado(CO)||DEN||American, Frontier, Southwest, United|
|Phoenix||Arizona (AZ)||PHX||American, Southwest|
Cheapest Airline to Fly to Philadelphia
Spirit ad Frontier are the leading low-cost airlines in the US. On the flight routes that are not served by LCC (Low Cost Carriers), you are likely to find more airline options in the form of American, Southwest and United. It’s imperative to assess the pros and cons linked with their airfare rules before you confirm your airline tickets to Philadelphia.
Flight Distance and Time to Philadelphia
|Flights to Philadelphia||Flight Distance||Flight Time||Time Difference|
|MCO to PHL||861 miles/1386 km||2 hours||No difference|
|ATL to PHL||666 miles/1071 km||01 hour 34 minutes||No difference|
|BOS to PHL||280 miles/451 km||01 hours 02 minutes||No difference|
|ORD to PHL||671 miles/1091 km||01 hours 31 minutes||PHL is 1 hour ahead|
|DFW to PHL||1,302 miles/2096 km||02 hour 45 minutes||PHL is 1 hour ahead|
|LAX to PHL||2,401 miles/3864 km||04 hours 43minutes||PHL is 3 hours ahead|
|CLT to PHL||448 miles/721 km||01 hour 12 minutes||No difference|
|FLL to PHL||992 miles/1596 km||02 hours 16 minutes||No difference|
|DEN to PHL||1,557 miles/2506 km||03 hours 05 minutes||PHL is 2 hours ahead|
|PHX to PHL||2,075 miles/3339 km||04 hours 03 minutes||PHL is 2 hours ahead|
Top Attractions in Philadelphia
1. Liberty Bell
The Liberty Bell is an iconic symbol of American independence. Once placed in the steeple of the Pennsylvania State House (now renamed Independence Hall), today the bell is in the Liberty Bell Center in Independence National Historical Park.
The bell was commissioned in 1752 by the Pennsylvania Provincial Assembly from the London firm of Lester and Pack. Externally on its upper part, you can see the lettering in two lines “Proclaim LIBERTY Throughout all the Land unto all the Inhabitants Thereof”, a Biblical reference from the Book of Leviticus (25:10). In its early years, when means of communication were limited, the bell was used to summon lawmakers to legislative sessions and to alert citizens about public meetings and proclamations.
1.1. No tickets required
2. Philadelphia Museum of Art
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is home to more than 240,000 objects highlighting the creative achievements of the Western world and Asia spanning over 2,000 years. The place attracts all types of tourists, including families visiting Philadelphia with kids or toddlers. The exhibits are organized in 200 galleries. The various classes of artwork include sculpture, paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, armor, and decorative arts. Modern artwork includes works by Pablo Picasso, Jean Metzinger, Antonio Rotta, Albert Gleizes, Marcel Duchamp, Salvador Dalí and Constantin Brâncuși, as well as American modernists. Some must-see exhibits are Crucifixion Diptych by Rogier van der Weyden, Epiphany by Hieronymus Bosch, and The Concert Singer by Thomas Eakins.
2.1. Philadelphia Museum of Art Ticket Prices
- Adult (19+): $23
- Senior (65+): $23
- Student (with valid student ID): $14
- Youth (13-18): $0
- Child (12 and Under): $0
3. Philadelphia Zoo
The Philadelphia Zoo features, which is visited by over 1.2 visitors is home to some of the world’s most endangered animals including Rodrigues fruit bats, naked mole-rats, blue-eyed black lemurs, golden lion tamarins François’ langurs, and Bolivian gray titi monkeys. For the convenience of visitors, there is Zoo360, a first-of-its-kind animal trail system that allows them to watch their wild counterparts clearly. It consists of five trails—Big Cat Crossing, Gorilla Treeway, Treetop Trail, Great Ape Trail, and Meerkat Maze. Kids enjoy petting and feeding opportunities, and educational games. There are themed areas like African Plains (dedicated to southern white rhinoceros, Mhorr gazelles, red river hogs, etc.), McNeil Avian Center (an aviary featuring many species of birds, mainly from Africa and the Pacific Islands), and more.
3.1. Philadelphia Zoo Ticket Prices
- Adult General Admission: $24
- Child General Admission: $19
- Winter Adult Admission: $16
- Winter Child Admission: $16
4. Barnes Foundation
The Barnes Foundation is an art collection and educational institution promoting the appreciation of art and horticulture. Explore through the artworks and masterpieces of Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Paul Cézanne, Henri Matisse, and others. Highlights include Les Bas Blancs, Claude Monet, Claude Monet, Paul Cézanne, and Georges Seurat.
4.1. Barnes Foundation Ticket Prices
- Adults: $25
- Seniors: $23
- College students (with valid ID): $5
- Youth (13–18): $5
- Children (12 and under): Free