Cheap flights to Pennsylvania

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is the 33rd largest, sixth most populous, and the ninth most densely population of the 50 United States of America. It is located in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic regions of the country, with New York to the north, Lake Erie and Ontario to the northwest, Ohio to the west, West Virginia to the southwest, Maryland to the south, and New Jersey to the east. The state capital is Harrisburg, lying on the east bank of the Susquehanna River. Pennsylvania is also known for its large cities Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, and its Revolutionary War-era historical sites such as Valley Forge.


What to see & do

Hersheypark - Hersheypark, formerly Hershey Park, is a family theme park located in Derry Township. It features several amusement park rides such as rollercoasters, an observation tower, and overall about 70 rides and attractions. Included in the facility is the waterpark dubbed as The Boardwalk at Hersheypark, as well as the zoo ZOOAMERICA - North American Wildlife Park. Nearby is Hershey's Chocolate World, the visitors' centre that features restaurants, shops, a chocolate factory-themed tour ride, and other cool attractions like a Create-Your-Own Candy Bar factory experience, Hershey's Chocolate Tasting Group Experience, and Hershey's Great Chocolate Factory Mystery in 4D.

Philadelphia Museum of Art - The art museum in Philadelphia is one of the largest and most renowned art museums in the country, with collections of over 227,000 objects that include European and American drawings, paintings, prints, and decorative arts. There are also Asian collections that include paintings and sculptures from Japan, China, and India, ceramics from Japan, China, and Korea, carpets from Persia and Turkey, and more. 

Dutch Wonderland - Dutch Wonderland is a family amusement park situated east of the city of Lancaster. Aimed for families with small children, the park's theme is 'Kingdom for Kids'. The park features 34 rides, live shows and games for children, and a waterpark called Duke's Lagoon. At the back of the park is a five-acre island called Exploration Island with animatronic dinosaurs. 


How to get around within Pennsylvania

As with many of the other U.S. states, the most extensive way of getting around Pennsylvania is by renting a car. A wide network of state highways and municipal roads allow drivers to explore the more rural areas not served by public transportations. Hitchhiking always imposes certain risks, but it is fairly

safe and well-received in Pennsylvania. It is illegal to hitchhike on highways, so stick to rest stops or gas stations. For going around within the larger cities, travelling by bus is the most convenient choice. 


How to get there

The largest airport serving Pennsylvania is the Philadelphia International Airport, located in Philadelphia. The airlines Air Canada Express, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, American Eagle, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, US Airways, and US Airways Express offer scheduled commercial service to Pennsylvania from various U.S. states, as well as from Toronto, London, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Aruba, Paris, Rome, Tel Aviv, St. Maarten, Doha, Manchester, and various other cities. The other major airport in Pennsylvania is Pittsburgh International Airport.

Flights to Pennsylvania

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