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Plan to fly to Connecticut, a small state in New England and the third-smallest state in the USA. Renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty, gorgeous beaches, world-class museums, flea markets, restaurants, unique attractions, and outdoor options like fishing, sailing, golfing and zip-lining, Connecticut is veritably a paradise for tourists. Get in touch with the leading online travel agent like FlyOfinder to book cheap flights to Connecticut now, and enjoy vacation in a tourist hotspot packed with unlimited fun and entertainment. This natural wonderland with the most stunning landscapes in America is beckoning you!

Frequently Asked Questions

Bradley International Airport (BDL) is the only airport in the state capital Hartford handling Connecticut roundtrip flights as well as one way flights from major domestic and international destinations. The airport also provides services to major cities and vacation destinations in New England. If you are however staying in southern Connecticut or the Connecticut shoreline then you should first consider flying into one of the airports in New York City – JFK, LaGuardia or Newark Liberty.

If you are taking nonstop flights to Connecticut from U.S. cities then the flight duration will be 4 hours 41 minutes on average to cover a distance of 1192 miles. It will take you 2 hour 31 minutes on average to fly on the most popular Orlando-Hartford route.

Delta Airlines, United Airlines and Southwest Airlines offer most frequent flights to Connecticut. Other major airlines also serving Connecticut include American Airlines, Spirit Airlines and JetBlue Airways.

Connecticut, the third-smallest state in the USA, is efficiently connected by major roads with several bus lines providing transportation across the state. You can also take ferries along the waterways.

Connecticut experiences similar weather conditions as the rest of New England. The state has a humid continental climate, where you can enjoy four distinct seasons. Winters from December to February are harsh and bitterly cold. The northwest Connecticut often receives snowfall. Summer months from July to August are generally uncomfortable with hot and humid weather conditions, and thunderstorms are common. The hurricane season in the state is between late June and September. Connecticut receives plenty of rainfall in spring with varying temperatures, but the weather is generally mild and fair. Fall is the peak travel season in the state with sunny skies and mild temperatures throughout the months of October and November.

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