Discover Grand Canyon airports with Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines. We offer direct Grand Canyon flights to and from airports in both the West Rim and South Rim. Nonstop flights with GCSA are fast, affordable, and offer you the freedom to explore the Grand Canyon on your own terms. Learn about all of the airports near the Grand Canyon.
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 airport terminal in South Rim.
Located at the Grand Canyon National Park Airport (GNC), our South Rim terminal is the base for flights to and from Las Vegas and Page, Arizona. This airport is also the launching point for multiple scenic aerial tours of the Grand Canyon National Park.
The South Rim is located over 270 miles from the Las Vegas Strip and 130 miles from Page, Arizona. Driving from Vegas takes approximately four and a half hours each way, while road trips from Page will last about two and a half hours. Avoid wasting precious Grand Canyon vacation time. Flights with GCSA will transport you to the Grand Canyon National Park airport in approximately one hour.
3555 Airport Rd
Grand Canyon Village, AZ 86023
Grand Canyon West is quickly becoming a hotspot for Grand Canyon sightseeing. Between the Grand Canyon Skywalk bridge, helicopter landing tours, pontoon boat floats down the Colorado River, and scenic lookouts like Eagle Point and Guano Point, this rim of the Grand Canyon has a ton to offer.
This now-bustling airport terminal at the West Rim of the Grand Canyon was originally a fuel stop for flights from Las Vegas. The West Rim Grand Canyon airport features flights to and from the Las Vegas area and serves as a departure point for our air and ground tours of the West Rim.
At around 130 miles, the West Rim is the closest part of the Grand Canyon to Las Vegas. On average, the drive takes approximately two and a half hours. Flights, on the other hand, take approximately 35 minutes.
5001 Diamond Bar Road
Peach Springs, AZ 86434
Las Vegas Airport (BVU) to the Grand Canyon
Many people are surprised to discover that Las Vegas is a short distance from the Grand Canyon. Whether you’re already planning a day trip to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World or you’re looking for something to do while on your Las Vegas vacation, flights from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon airport are the perfect adventure.
Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines offers flights from the Las Vegas area to both the Grand Canyon West Rim airport or the Grand Canyon South Rim airport. The departure terminal is located at the Boulder City Municipal Airport (BVU).
Flights from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon West Rim airport take approximately 35 minutes, while flights to the South Rim last just over an hour.
3555 Airport Rd
Grand Canyon Village, AZ 86023
Page, Arizona Airport (PGA) to the Grand Canyon
Get ready to experience the wonders of the Grand Canyon National Park and other famous Southwestern landforms from Page, Arizona. Our terminal located inside the Page, Arizona Airport offers flights to and from the Grand Canyon South Rim and Las Vegas. It is also the launching point for incredible air tours of destinations like Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, Tower Butte, and Rainbow Bridge.
In less than an hour you can soar to the home of some of the world's widest and deepest canyons. After touching down at the South Rim, you have the freedom to explore the breathtaking landscapes on your own or book a GCSA guided tour to enhance the experience.
Page Municipal Airport
238 10th Avenue
Page, AZ 86040
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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That depends on which rim of the Grand Canyon you’re planning to visit.
Las Vegas is closer to the West Rim (two and a half hours driving from Las Vegas versus four and a half hours from Phoenix).
The Grand Canyon National Park, on the other hand, takes approximately three and a half hours to drive from Phoenix and over four hours from Las Vegas.
Why spend Grand Canyon vacation time driving when you can fly directly to the Grand Canyon airport? Although we don’t fly from Phoenix, we do offer flights to and from the Las Vegas area and Page, Arizona to both of the Grand Canyon’s impressive rims.
We offer daily nonstop flights to the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas and Page, Arizona. Flights are available to both of the Grand Canyon National Park and Grand Canyon West.
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