Detroit Flight Tickets & Reservations Deals

Do you want to visit the ‘Automobile Capital of the World’? Then book Detroit flight tickets with exclusive discounts from FlyOfinder now. Car enthusiasts find Detroit to be a real paradise where they will get an opportunity to see some of the world’s most popular car brands such as Ford, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile and Dodges. Apart from automobiles, this 303-year-old historic city also attracts millions of tourists from all over the world for its world-class museums, entertainment venues, fun family attractions and glitzy casinos. With so much to offer, look forward to an exciting vacation in Detroit!

Flying to Detroit

Airport

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport

Airport Code

DTW

High Season

June to September

Low Season

December to February

Cheapest Month to Fly

January

Most Expensive Month to Fly

July

Best Time to Fly

April-May & October-November

Cheapest Day to fly

Friday

Most Expensive Day to fly

Sunday

Cheapest Time of Day to fly

Afternoon

Most Expensive Time of Day to fly

Noon

Time Zone

Eastern Daylight Time (GMT -4)

Must-see Attractions in Detroit

Flights to Detroit bring you to the famous birthplace of the U.S. auto industry and the hugely popular Motown record label. Tons of attractions and entertainment options are ready to keep your hands full when visiting Detroit, American mid-west’s oldest city and the State of Michigan’s largest city.

Detroit’s car industry catapulted the city to world fame. It was in Detroit that Henry Ford built his first car in 1896. Visit the iconic Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, located outside metro-Detroit. The museum was founded in 1929 and spans an area of over 90 acres. It prominently features many interesting exhibits such as the limousine in which John F Kennedy was assassinated.

Take a look at the exhibits at the Detroit Historical Museum offering insight into the rich history of the city from its origins to its rise as an industrial powerhouse. The major highlight is the interactive Glancy Trains toy train exhibit. You will also be amazed with the recreated streets of Old Detroit and its 19th Century stores.

Spend some time relaxing at the Belle Isle Park, which has been designed by Frederick Law Olmsted of New York City’s Central Park fame. It’s an island park, situated in the Detroit River, and extends over 1000 acres. The park prominently features many gorgeous orchid plants.

Enjoy a tour of the Motown Historical Museum, housed in the private residence of an automobile worker Berry Gordy, considered to be the father of the Motown movement. The museum is located in Detroit’s New Center district, and was the epicentre of the Motown music movement. The exhibits at the museum include the living chambers of Berry Gordy, the control room and Studio A.

Visit America’s fifth largest fine arts museum Detroit Institute of Arts showcasing 65000 works of artists from different parts of the globe in more than 100 galleries. A film theatre is also housed at the museum where impressive collections of international films and short features are screened from time to time. It’s a must-see attraction for film enthusiasts visiting Detroit.

Best Time to Visit Detroit

Detroit is a great vacation destination and can be visited round the year. Plan to book cheap flights to Detroit months in advance if you want to enjoy holidays during summertime from May to September. This is the time when most tourists can be seen visiting Detroit for sightseeing and outdoor activities such as fishing, biking and boating. The spring season also attracts tourists with pleasant weather and ample sightseeing and recreation options. If you are ready to tolerate chilly weather then the winter season is also great to visit the city to enjoy indoor attractions while taking advantage of fantastic discounts on flight tickets to Detroit.

Airlines to Detroit

Delta Airlines: Top routes served by Delta Airlines from Detroit include Dallas (DFW), Miami (MIA), Orlando (MCO), Tampa (TPA) and Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
United Airlines: Top routes served by United Airlines from Detroit include Newark (EWR), Chicago (ORD), San Francisco (SFO), Washington (IAD) and Houston (IAH)
American Airlines: Top routes served by American Airlines from Detroit include Dallas (DFW), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Tampa (TPA), Las Vegas (LAS) and Phoenix (PHX)       
JetBlue Airways: Top routes served by JetBlue Airways from Detroit include New York (JFK), Boston (BOS), Newark (EWR), San Juan (SJU) and Santo Domingo (SDQ)
Alaska Airlines: Top routes served by Alaska Airlines from Detroit include Los Angeles (LAX), Phoenix (PHX), Las Vegas (LAS), Seattle (SEA) and Portland (PDX).          
Frontier Airlines: Top routes served by Frontier Airlines from Detroit include Denver (DEN), Orlando (MCO), Las Vegas (LAS), Austin (AUS) and San Juan (SJU)

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Frequently Asked Questions

The duration of your flights to Detroit will generally depend on the city you are travelling from. Detroit is well connected with different cities in the United States. Flights to Detroit from Chicago take about 45 minutes to an hour, while flights from Los Angeles are of about 4.5 hours. If you’re travelling from Houston, expect your flight to reach Detroit in around 3 hours or a little less, whereas flights from Orlando to Detroit are of 2.5 hours on average.

Philadelphia-Detroit is currently the cheapest route, with cheapest airfares to Detroit from Philadelphia available at $47 roundtrip on average.

Presently New York-Detroit is the most popular route. The cheapest plane tickets to Detroit from New York found on this route is $81 roundtrip on average.

When travelling to Detroit your flight will arrive at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, one of the major international airports in the USA. Detroit has a limited public transportation system. If you plan to stay in downtown Detroit then your transportation needs will be fulfilled by an elevated monorail system called the People Mover, which serves the city centre. You can also hire a taxi for moving around the city, which may be expensive. Rental cars are the best for city navigation too. Detroit also has a bus service, but it has limited stops in the city.

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