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|Number of Daily Flights||4|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 15|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 15|
|Popular Airlines||Frontier Airlines|
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) is a popular Midwest airport. Getting to CLE is easy via car or public transit and the RTA Red Line offers service to the airport from downtown Cleveland. Driving to CLE from Cleveland takes about 20 minutes using I-71 South or I-480 West.
Nonstop flights to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) leave twice a day and last roughly four-and-a-half hours. PHX has many rental car options and driving to downtown Phoenix takes only 10 minutes via I-10 West or Sky Harbor Blvd. Alternately, you can take the Light Rail or Bus Route 13.
Phoenix is a great place for laid back, family travel. The Arizona Science Center and Desert Botanical Garden will bring visitors closer to the natural world, while Castles N’ Coasters promises thrilling rides and miniature golf. Papago Park and Camelback Mountain offer locally accessible hiking and desert exploration.
The Grand Canyon is a geological masterpiece, and can be enjoyed by visitors of all ages and physical abilities. It is about a four-hour drive north of Phoenix.
Weather in Phoenix and Arizona at large can be extremely hot in the summer, with temperatures reaching up to 110 degrees. The Phoenix Film Festival is a cinematic event that has bloomed in popularity since its formation in 2000 and usually begins in March.