Cheap Flights to Arkansas

Planning an escape to an exotic destination in the USA? Then take flights to Arkansas to visit ‘The Natural State’. There are several reasons for you to visit this beautiful destination packed with waterfalls, riverbeds, trees, streams, lakes, natural rocks, wildlife, golf courses and great outdoors. You will definitely love visiting the state, which is also home to the first national park. Book cheap flight tickets to Arkansas now with a leading online travel agent like FlyOfinder, and enjoy holidays in a marvelous place where everyone has something to enjoy.

Top Cities to Visit in Arkansas

Little Rock: Visiting Little Rock, the capital and most populous city in Arkansas is a wonderful experience. There are many places and activities for you to do and see here. The city’s fascinating history, vibrant music and a thriving food scene are ready to captivate you. Little Rock also boasts of the longest pedestrian and bicycle bridge in Arkansas, providing access to the museums, restaurants and the River Market, where the locals and tourists come for shopping, eating and entertainment.

Hot Springs: The beautiful resort city of Hot Springs in Garland country is one of the most popular attractions in Arkansas. Home to Hot Springs National Park featuring over 45 hot springs, there are other major attractions for you to visit in this awesome city. These among others include Garvan Woodland Gardens, Oaklawn Racing and Gaming, Lake Ouachita Vista Trail, Bathhouse Row and Mountain Tower. Hot Springs is also famous for its architectural marvels, forests, national parks, lakes, hiking, gardens and boating.

Bentonville: The fabulous city of Bentonville is popular for its museums, outdoor art, sculptures and paintings, all of which can be seen when visiting the downtown. Famous for being the birthplace of the retailer Walmart, Bentonville also attracts tourists with its restaurants and outdoor concerts. Young travelers mostly take student discount flights to attend one of the many highly rated public schools, which Bentonville is known for. A top-ranked place for mountain biking, Bentonville can be easily reached from major U.S. cities such as San Francisco, Chicago and New York City by taking flights to the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport.

Fayetteville: Spanning in nearly 143.5 sq km area, Fayetteville is considered to be among the best places in Arkansas. A hilly area with seven hills around and within it, the city is renowned for being an academic hub with an innovative spirit, and has been nicknamed as the “Athens of the Ozarks”. With its art studios, art studios and nightclubs, Fayetteville is a perfect place for shopping, fun and adventure.

Conway: Renowned for its natural beauty, Conway is the 7th-most populous city in Arkansas perfect for a vacation. Nicknamed the “City of Colleges” by virtue of being home to three institutions of higher learning – Norbert O. Schedler Honors College, Central Baptist College and Hendrix College – Conway also attracts visitors with its various attractions such as Baum Gallery, Jack’s Ultra Sports, Escape Mystery Rooms, Hogwild Family Fun Center, and Cadron Settlement Park. Music fans are also attracted to Conway with its orchestra, music and theater programs organized several times in a year.

Best Time to Visit Arkansas

With plenty of festivals and events in the state, making group travel reservations with a leading travel agency in Arkansas is worthwhile. Spring and fall seasons are peak travel season and absolutely the best time for enjoying holidays when most of the festivals are held, especially in Hot Springs and Ozarks, with the festivities extending to the summer. Plan to visit in April to attend the annual Auto Show or in December to enjoy the Ozark Christmas. When visiting in October you will also be able to attend the Arkansas State Fair, Bean Fest and Livestock Show. Happily retired persons should take advantage by grabbing our senior citizen travel deals to enjoy a relaxing vacation with beautiful outdoors in this colorful, vibrant state.

Best Things to See and Do in Arkansas

  • Visit the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art to see impressive artwork displays with some dating back to five centuries. You can also admire natural beauty of the area while visiting the museum
  • Heat up your vacation by visiting the Hot Springs National Park. Fondly known as “America’s Spa”, tourists are attracted here due to its numerous hot springs. Over 45 hot springs are prominently featured in this area
  • Take your kids for some adventure, action and thrill at the Magic Springs and Crystal Falls Water and Theme Park. The stunning family-friendly thrill rides such as Diamond Mine Coaster, Razorback Roundup Bumper Cars, Rum Runner Pirate Ship, Sky Shark, Plummet Summit and Arkansas Twister are sure to keep your kids engaged and asking for more
  • Take a guided tour of the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site. This functional high school is a living testament to American history legacy. It played a pioneering role in the civil rights movement in 1957
  • Explore the exotic wildlife with a visit to the Little Rock Zoo. It is home to over 700 animals from different species. Your kids and family will enjoy seeing animals such as bears, lions, tigers, apes, monkeys and many more.

Airlines to Arkansas

United Airlines: Top routes served by United Airlines from Arkansas include Denver (DEN), Houston (IAH), Las Vegas (LAS), Chicago (ORD) and Los Angeles (LAX)
American Airlines: Top routes served by American Airlines from Arkansas include Dallas (DFW), Los Angeles (LAX), Las Vegas (LAS), Denver (DEN) and Charlotte (CLT)
Delta Airlines: Top routes served by Delta Airlines from Arkansas include Atlanta (ATL), Miami (MIA), Orlando (MCO), Phoenix (PHX) and Seattle (SEA)
Southwest Airlines: Top routes served by Southwest Airlines from Arkansas include New York (LGA), Austin (AUS), Houston (HOU), San Diego (SAN) and Orlando (MCO)
Frontier Airlines: Top routes served by Frontier Airlines from Arkansas include Denver (DEN), Las Vegas (LAS), Orlando (MCO), San Diego (SAN) and Los Angeles (LAX)
Allegiant Air: Top routes served by Allegiant Air from Arkansas include Los Angeles (LAX), Orlando (SFB), Daytona Beach (DAB), Destin (VPS) and Nashville (BNA)

ARKANSAS WEATHER
Frequently Asked Questions

There are two major airports in Arkansas with the most flight options. You can plan to fly in first class or business class, or even take Arkansas last minute flights at either of the two airports – Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport (LIT) in the state capital Little Rock, or Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA) in Bentonville.

There are several nearby airports for cheaper travel to Arkansas’ capital Little Rock. These domestic airports include Memorial Field Airport, Hot Springs (HOT – 59 miles from Little Rock), South Arkansas Regional Airport, El Dorado (ELD – 132 miles from Little Rock), Jonesboro Municipal Airport (JBR – 134 miles from Little Rock), Texarkana Regional Airport (TXK – 143 miles from Little Rock) and Memphis International Airport (MEM – 148 miles).

When you fly to Arkansas the duration of flights will vary, depending on the destination being travelled from. Nonstop flights to Arkansas from U.S. cities take 3 hour 43 minutes on average. The flight time on the most popular Denver-Fayetteville route is of 1 hour 42 minutes on average.

You can get best airfare when making Arkansas flights reservations at least 56 days in advance before planned departure date. Your travel is likely to get expensive when booking closer to two weeks or so before departure date.

Whether you plan to take one way flights or book Arkansas roundtrip flights, convenient and seamless connections can be made to the state from several major U.S. cities, including Atlanta, Austin, Dallas,, Charlotte, Chicago, Houston, Denver, Las Vegas, Orlando, Washington, Phoenix, Sanford and St. Louis.

Rental cars are the best mode of transportation to travel around Arkansas. The state also has intermittent bus service as well as limited east-to-west train service. The road conditions are good in low traffic areas despite the state experiencing snow and ice, especially in the months of January and February. The road surfaces however get icy in early morning and late evening.

Arkansas experiences mild weather in spring and fall. January is however the coldest month to visit the state with extreme cold weather conditions marked by heaviest snowfall, freezing rain and ice storms. Cheap tickets to Arkansas can be easily found when visiting during the winter season. The spring season is a perfect time to enjoy vacation with best temperatures. It starts getting hotter during April and May with the temperatures at around 60 to 70 F. You will experience unbearable heat and humidity during the months between June and August when the temperatures zoom above 100 F.

Sign Up. Get More. Travel More.

Read the FlyOfinder newsletter. Because sure you don’t wanna miss out our ridiculously cheap flight deals.

For more information on how we use your data, see our privacy policy. Unsubscribe in one click.

**Website Disclaimer: The images/photos, content and materials used on FlyOfinder website are our own unless otherwise stated. We own full copyright for all our images and content, which cannot be modified, copied, or used for any personal or commercial purposes other than us in whatever manner without our written permission. Any kind of infringement of our copyright may be liable for punishment and lead to legal consequences.