A scenic landscape of the Grand Canyon National Park.

Grand Canyon Flights

There are several ways to get to and from the Grand Canyon. You can drive, but road trips can take hours out of your valuable exploration time. Grand Canyon flights are the perfect option. They're fast, easy, inexpensive, and offer tons of freedom. If you're thinking about traveling to this Natural Wonder of the World, book an airtour flight with Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines.

Airports with Flights to the Grand Canyon

Las Vegas Flights to Grand Canyon

Las Vegas is known around the world for its neon signs and massive casinos. Did you know this lively city is surrounded by some of the world’s most magnificent desert landscapes as well? Take advantage of the proximity and fly to the Grand Canyon.

Las Vegas flights depart from our private terminal located in the Boulder City Municipal Airport. This spacious, state-of-the-art terminal flies to both the South Rim and West Rim of the Grand Canyon. Not sure how to get from Vegas to Boulder City, Nevada? No problem. Many of our flights offer shuttle service from most major hotels in Downtown Las Vegas and on the Strip. Simply hop on one of these shuttles to begin your Grand Canyon adventure.

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Page, Arizona Flights to Grand Canyon

Page, Arizona is surrounded by breathtaking desert landscapes and natural land formations. Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, Rainbow Bridge, and more are right by the northern Arizona city. The city is also just a short distance away from the Grand Canyon National Park. This is why Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines offers direct flights to and from the Grand Canyon South Rim. Enhance your outdoor adventure and book a Grand Canyon flight from Page.

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Flights Out of the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon National Park Flights

The Grand Canyon South Rim offers some of the most renowned and remarkable desert landscapes in the world. Make the most of your Grand Canyon vacation by flying in and out of our state-of-the-art terminal in South Rim.

Located at the Grand Canyon National Park Airport, our South Rim terminal is the launching point for multiple scenic aerial tours of the National Park and flights departing to Page, Arizona.

Grand Canyon West Rim Flights

Grand Canyon West is quickly becoming a hotspot for Grand Canyon sightseeing. Between the Grand Canyon Skywalk bridge, pontoon boat floats down the Colorado River, and scenic lookouts like Guano Point and Eagle Point, this rim of the Grand Canyon has a ton to offer.

Located at the West Rim of the Grand Canyon, this now-bustling air terminal was originally a fuel stop for flights from Las Vegas. This location offers Grand Canyon flights to and from Las Vegas and serves as a departure point for our air and ground tours of the West Rim.

Why Fly Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines

It was in 1927 that Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines chartered the first airplane tour over the Grand Canyon. Since that first flight more than 90 years ago, we have transported over 10 million sightseers across the canyon and are now the largest and most experienced aerial tour operator in the world.

Approximately 300,000 passengers choose GCSA each year for their sightseeing experience, and we are proud to know that our name has become internationally synonymous with travel to the Grand Canyon.

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Grand Canyon Flight FAQs

What city do I fly into for the Grand Canyon?

With Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines, your flight will land directly at the Grand Canyon. We have two terminals at the Grand Canyon: one at the Grand Canyon South Rim and another at the Grand Canyon West Rim. No matter which part of the Grand Canyon you're planning to explore, we've got you covered.

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How much is a flight to the Grand Canyon?

It depends! The cost of a flight to the Grand Canyon varies based on your departure location, destination, the day of the week, and the time of year.

How long should I plan to spend at the Grand Canyon?

The Grand Canyon has so many incredible sights to see! We'd recommend planning to spend at least five hours exploring the Grand Canyon during your visit.

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How far is Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon?

The distance from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon depends entirely on which rim of the canyon you are wanting to reach.

  • The West Rim is the closest rim to Las Vegas. It is located about 130 miles from the heart of Las Vegas. The flight takes approximately 35 minutes.
  • Both the North Rim and South Rim (the two rims of Grand Canyon National Park) are located over 270 miles from the Las Vegas Strip. A direct flight takes just over an hour.
When is the best time to fly to the Grand Canyon?

The Spring and Fall are widely considered the best times of the year to make a trip to the Grand Canyon. During these periods, the daytime temperatures are cool and the crowds are thin.