Flagstaff Flights Guide
Cowboys, pioneers and rough riding drifters of the Old West created Flagstaff, and today it still retains a hint of its old self. Located in the north of Arizona, the town sits pretty and short, the San Francisco Mountain standing noble and dominant to the north.
Two distinct museums together tell the story of Flagstaff. The first is the Arizona Historical Society-Pioneer Museum, and the second is the Museum of Northern Arizona. Flagstaff has a lovely brick historical downtown. Today it has overflowed into the surrounding area, but its center is still an authentic representation of southwestern architectural development. The Old Coconino County Courthouse and Northern Arizona University’s Old Main building are among some of the older structures. Out at the Lowell Observatory, one can learn about the discovery of Pluto. But most come in to get out of town. Route 66 runs through Flagstaff, and it is on this highway that people arrive to the most beautiful natural formation in the country—the Grand Canyon. There’s also Oak Creek Canyon, and onward to the city of Sedona one enters a country of red rock and absolute beauty.
Flagstaff Pulliam Airport serves the city. US Airways flies here, as do some small charter companies. The next closest airport is in Phoenix.
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Flagstaff Travel Facts
- Flagstaff, USA connects to 1 airports worldwide.
- The shortest flight from Flagstaff is 119 miles to Phoenix on US Airways.
- The longest flight from Flagstaff is 119 miles to Phoenix on US Airways.
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