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It would be nice to select my seat. Middle seat is too tight for someone of my size!
I have flown on other airline but American airlines is the best by far
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Phoenix may be located in the desert, but it's far from being the cactus and Cowboy town of the days of yore. The city continues to expand and is home to restaurants like The Arrogant Butcher, nightclubs such as The Rhythm Room, as well as plenty of other attractions. Perfect for those seeking a peaceful refuge and some pampering from day-to-day life in Pittsburgh, world renowned spas and resorts offer mud wraps, salt scrubs and hot stone massages, using natural resources found in the city.
Golfers will enjoy the lush green courses, and adventurists will love hiking at Camelback Mountain. If you're a baseball fan, many MLB teams hold their spring training throughout the Phoenix area, so why not catch a game? The city also caters to business travelers with many conference centers dotted around the city.
When you land at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), it's a good idea to rent a car. Getting around the city is easiest by car, and you'll be glad you have the AC at your disposal. With lots of convenient parking, your rental will also come in handy if you decide to visit nearby Tempe and Scottsdale for some shopping, or the nearby Grand Canyon.
From Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) to PHX, nonstop direct flights are a little over four hours. When you're ready to explore Phoenix, it's a good idea to do so in the mornings and evenings after the sun has set.