With Walt Disney World and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Orlando will undoubtedly be a top destination in the United States once again in 2013. Also, Major League Baseball Spring Training starts in February and with teams like the Atlanta Braves playing in the Orlando area, there’s something for everyone. Take advantages of these attractions with amazing fares to Orlando from across the United States.
Cheap Flights to Orlando
Click on the Low Fare Calendar Links below to find the best dates to travel to Orlando from the following cities (all prices roundtrip, including taxes):
- $138 – Atlanta
- $140 — Washington, D.C.
- $156 – Charlotte
- $174 – Boston
- $178 – New York City
- $179 – St. Louis
- $188 – Chicago
- $218 – Milwaukee
- $218 – Denver
- $250 – Los Angeles
- Cheap flights to Orlando from other cities
Other Hot Fares
If Orlando isn’t right for you, then there were plenty of other options this week across the United States and internationally. Even better, all the flight deals listed below are nonstop!
Click on the Low Fare Calendar Links below to find the best dates to travel:
- $138 — Atlanta to New Orleans Nonstop (R/T incl. Tax)
- $198 — Philadelphia to Tampa Nonstop (R/T incl. Tax)
- $218 — Orlando to Denver Nonstop (R/T incl. Tax)
- $249 — NYC to San Juan, Puerto Rico Nonstop (R/T incl. Tax)
- $278 — Los Angeles to Cabo, Mexico Nonstop (R/T incl. Tax)
Note: All of the above deals are available in the opposite direction as well, so be sure to search.
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