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The 5 Cheapest Airports to Fly to in Florida

From beaches to rollercoasters, Florida has it all, and Hopper has put together a list of the cheapest airports to fly into in the Sunshine State.

Hopper Editors
By Hopper Editors
Posted Apr 24, 2015

With everything from boat tours through the meandering water channels of the Everglades and wildlife spotting beneath the tropical canopies of the Ocala National Forest, to hedonistic party nights in Fort Lauderdale, sunning on Daytona Beach and roller-coaster riding in Orlando's booming parks on the menu for travelers to the Sunshine State this year, it's as important as ever to try and bolster that holiday spending budget before arrival. That's precisely why Hopper's expert flight team have put together this list of the five cheapest airports to fly to in Florida, using the latest stats sourced from right across the internet to discover the most wallet-friendly southern spots for starting your vacation. Enjoy...

5. Miami (Miami International Airport)

A focus hub for American Airlines, a base point for connecting long­-haulers to destinations right across the globe, and one of the few ports capable of hosting the gargantuan Airbus A380 jets, Miami International remains one seriously big player on the U.S. aviation scene. For travelers looking to get down to the warmth of Florida this year, it's also a relatively cheap option compared with a number of other arrival points in the region, boasting an average ticket price of just $222 for all domestic flights touching down on its runways.

4. Orlando (Orlando International Airport)

Hopper's statistics have shown that upwards of a whopping 4.3 million people are currently searching for flight connections into the runways of Orlando International each month, making this one unquestionably one of the most popular gateways to the Sunshine State as a whole. And why not? The Magic Kingdom beckons with its unbridled fun, Universal Studios awaits with the enchanting Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and the airport is one of the cheapest for arrivals in the region too, boasting an average flight price of just $218 round trip!

3. West Palm Beach (Palm Beach International Airport)

Hosting a modest five million passengers and 153,000 take­offs and landings every year, this gateway to the shimmering Atlantic sands that burst with jet setter homes, well­-to­-do mansions and swaying palm trees midway down Florida's east coast is certainly not the largest airport in the region. It is, however, the joint­-second cheapest arrival point for travelers hitting the Sunshine State, with average ticket prices on routes into town coming in at around just $213 round trip!

2. Tampa (Tampa International Airport)

With the acclaimed Lowry Park Zoo, Busch Gardens and some heart­-thumping NFL games courtesy of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the line­up of attractions in Tampa, travelers will want to save as many dollars as possible on their journeys into town. That's why it's particularly helpful that the city's international airport in Hillsborough County is the joint­-second cheapest gateway to the Sunshine State overall—touting average flight prices in the region of just $213 round trip.

1. Fort Lauderdale (Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport)

Handling upwards of 20 million passengers per year and currently enjoying arrivals from every corner of the United States, oodles of Caribbean Islands, countless Canadian cities and plenty of far-­flung destinations in Europe, Asia and South America, the Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport remains one of the largest in the Sunshine State. But the superlatives don't stop there either, because Hopper's stats have also revealed that this one is the cheapest arrival point in Florida overall, touting an average flight price of just $203 round trip!

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