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Flights from Page, AZ to Grand Canyon South Rim

Embark on the outdoor adventure of a lifetime by booking a flight from Page to the Grand Canyon South Rim. Not only will you get to explore world-famous outdoor destinations like Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, and Rainbow Bridge, but you will also get to spend time at the Grand Canyon National Park. 

Direct flights from Page, AZ are available seven days per week between March 1 - October 31. One-way flights with Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines also give you the freedom to explore the wonders of the Grand Canyon on your own terms. Pick the activities, excursions, and sightseeing experiences that are right for you. 

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Flights from Page, Arizona to Grand Canyon South Rim

Page to Grand Canyon South Rim Flight Information

Departure: Page, Arizona (PGA)

Destination: Grand Canyon South, Arizona (GCN)

Duration: Approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes

Gateway To:

  • Grand Canyon National Park

Shuttle Service: Shuttle services not available for flights from Page, Arizona to the Grand Canyon South Rim.

Luggage Information:

Each passenger can check luggage up to 25 lbs per bag with a limit of 50 lbs total. 

  • A flat charge of $25 will be added if luggage exceeds these limits.
  • Baggage CANNOT exceed 150 lbs.
  • We cannot transport baggage/luggage as cargo without passengers traveling.

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Page to Grand Canyon South Rim Flight FAQs

How far is the Grand Canyon from Page, Arizona?

The Grand Canyon South Rim is approximately 130 miles from Page, Arizona. The drive from the town of Page to the South Rim takes nearly 2 hours and 30 minutes. 

Why drive when you can fly? With GCSA, you can be at the Grand Canyon National Park in just over an hour! Less time traveling means more time exploring one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.

What can you do at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in one day?

The Grand Canyon South Rim is filled with exciting and memorable things to do. Here are just a few of the top sights to check out while exploring the National Park after your flight. 

  • Gaze over the South Rim at mesmerizing lookouts like Bright Angel Point and Mather Point
  • Watch an IMAX movie at the Grand Canyon National Geographic Visitor Center 
  • Get some exercise on a hike along the South Rim Trail, South Kaibab Trail, or Bright Angel Trail
  • Soar over the Grand Canyon National Park on a world-class airplane or helicopter tour
  • Embark on an exciting Hummer tour with stops at famous lookouts like Duck on a Rock, Yavapai Point, and Moran Point
  • Explore historic buildings and quaint gift shops at Grand Canyon Village
  • Climb to the top of the pueblo-inspired Desert View Watchtower for a 360-degree view of the South Rim
How much does it cost to visit the Grand Canyon South Rim?

The entrance fee for the Grand Canyon National Park, which spans both the North Rim and South Rim, is $35 per vehicle or $20 per person.

What other destinations can I fly to from Page, Arizona?

Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines offers daily nonstop flights from Page, Arizona to two destinations.

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Where is the Page, Arizona airport located?

Our terminal in Page, Arizona is located in the Page Municipal Airport. This terminal offers flights to and from Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon South Rim. It is also the launching point for all of our world-class air tours of Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, Rainbow Bridge, Horseshoe Bend, and more.

Page Municipal Airport
238 10th Avenue
Page, AZ 86040

Learn more about the Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines airports.