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Flights from the Page, Arizona Airport

Looking for the closest airport to world-famous Southwestern destinations like Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, Tower Butte, and Rainbow Bridge? Look no further than the Page, Arizona Airport. Page, Arizona tour flights run daily between Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon South Rim.

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What to See from the Page, AZ Airport

Situated between the northern region of the Grand Canyon and southern tip of Lake Powell lies the cozy town of Page, Arizona. This Southwestern city began as a temporary housing area for construction workers in the 1950's working on the Glen Canyon Dam. Today, it is known as the ideal vacation spot for exploring some of the American's Southwest's most renowned outdoor destinations.

Page, Arizona borders Navajo Nation and is just a short distance from some of the most unique and breathtaking natural landforms in the desert. While in Page, AZ, you can book a short flight to Las Vegas or the Grand Canyon National Park or you can spend your vacation exploring other nearby landforms.

  • Tower Butte: This natural stone landform juts 5,000 feet above sea level and is the perfect setting for a helicopter landing tour. The 360-degree view from Tower Butte includes sights of Lake Powell's remarkable shoreline and panoramic desert scenery.
  • Rainbow Bridge: You'll likely recognize this widely-photographed stone formation. The massive orange-striped arch of Rainbow Bridge was formed by millions of years of erosion from the Colorado River. Explore this natural landform on a GCSA airplane tour over Glen Canyon.
  • Antelope Canyon: Embark on an upper or lower Antelope Canyon tour to explore the world-renowned landform. Explore natural stone "rooms" of rippling sandstone lit up by the light peeking through its openings. Antelope Canyon features hidden waterfalls, rock formations, and more.
  • Lake Powell: Each year, around 2 million people travel from around the world to relax and unwind in the glistening waters of Lake Powell. Spend a day on the water, embark on a camping trip, or soar over the famous destination in a GCSA airplane or helicopter tour.
  • Horseshoe Bend: About 4 miles southwest of Page, Arizona, you'll find the horseshoe-shaped meander of the Colorado River known as Horseshoe Bend. This iconic location can be experienced after a quick hike or from the air aboard a GCSA airplane tour.
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Flights from Page, Arizona FAQs

What destinations are the Page, Arizona airport close to?

The Page, Arizona airport is the closest airport to Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Rainbow Bridge, Tower Butte, and more world-famous destinations.

With Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines, you can book a direct flight to Page and explore the destinations on your own, or book one of our immersive Page, AZ tours for a guided experience.

What is the best time of year to visit Antelope Canyon from Page, AZ?

The best time of year to visit Antelope Canyon is between late March and early October. During these warmer months, arriving at the natural landforms between 10 am and 12 pm will offer the best lighting for professional-quality photographs.

How can I get to Page, Arizona?

Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines offers one-way flights to the Page, Arizona airport from both the Grand Canyon South Rim and Las Vegas. 

Where is the Page, Arizona Airport terminal located?

Our Page, Arizona terminal is located inside the Page Municipal Airport and offers flights to and from Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon South Rim. The address of the terminal is:

Page Municipal Airport
238 10th Avenue
Page, AZ 86040

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How much time should I plan to spend at Horseshoe Bend from Page, AZ?

The Horseshoe Bend trail is about 1.5 miles roundtrip. We recommend planning to spend at least one hour walking and sightseeing along the trail. For an even more memorable experience, book a Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines airplane tour flying over Horseshoe Bend.