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Going found the most deals with travel dates in May.


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Going found the least deals with travel dates in March.


Top tips for finding a cheap flight to Georgia

Book in the Goldilocks Window

While there is no specific day of the week when airline tickets magically drop in price, there is a time period when flights tend to be cheapest. We call it the Goldilocks Window—not too soon, not too late. For international trips it’s about 2–8 months before your departure date, and for domestic trips about 1–3 months out.

For anyone booking during peak travel season though, or for an event that requires specific dates, it’s best to plan even further in advance. For a June trip to Georgia, start looking at fares in December. Last-minute deals are few and far between during busy travel seasons. In fact, we regularly see fares jump at the 21-, 14-, and 7-day points before a trip. So whatever you do, don’t wait until the last minute to book.

Use the Greek Islands Trick

One of our favorite tricks for finding cheap flights is named for the notoriously expensive-to-reach Greek islands, but it actually works all over the world. The point of the Greek Islands Trick is to get as close to your destination as you can for the cheapest price, then find a low-cost airline or other mode of transit for the last leg of the trip.

For example, if you want to fly from Madison, Wisconsin, to Auburn, Georgia, in May, you could be looking at prices over $500. Instead, look for flights to Atlanta, then consider renting a car. You could even look farther away, like Nashville, if you’re up for the drive.

Search alternative departure airports

This is like the Greek Islands Trick but in reverse. Let’s stick with the Madison example. If flights from Madison to Georgia are out of your price range, consider flying from Chicago or Milwaukee instead. Sometimes bigger airports have better deals that are worth the drive or bus trip. For long-haul flights, it can sometimes even make sense to look farther away and book two separate flights.

We see fantastic deals every day from airports all over the country, so before you book from your home airport, consider nearby—and sometimes not-so-nearby—options.

Fly when it’s cheaper

Summer is one of the busiest travel seasons in much of the world, Georgia included. It makes sense, as kids are on summer break and families can take vacations. Plus, Georgia has great beaches and mountain activities that draw summer crowds. But more people wanting to travel during a limited time frame means airlines can charge more for tickets.

The more flexible you can be with your dates, the better your chances of finding cheaper flights. Shoulder seasons are our favorite times to travel. These periods on the edges of high season––like April–May and September–October in Georgia––usually mean fewer crowds and lower prices, while the weather is still nice.

Even if you are traveling during peak seasons, there are still ways to save. Try to avoid flying on Fridays and Sundays, when people take weekend or business trips and flights are most expensive. Fly on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Saturdays, generally the cheapest days, if you can.

Set alerts for specific trips

Perhaps the easiest way to find cheap flights to Georgia is to stop looking. No, seriously. You can set fare alerts for your travel dates and cities and stop searching for flights yourself. You’ll get an email when prices drop, and all you have to do is book. We recommend setting up alerts ahead of the Goldilocks Window we mentioned above, so you can see deals that pop up during that time. And if your dates are flexible or if you want to try flying out of a different departure airport, set a few alerts. You could also join Going, and let us take the work off your hands.

Georgia is home to the world’s largest airport, located in Atlanta, meaning it’s very easy to reach from around the US and the world. Most US visitors can reach Georgia on a nonstop flight. Many international visitors have plenty of nonstop options as well, or they’ll need to make one stop.

Frequently asked questions about flying to Georgia

When is the high season in Georgia?

Georgia has a long high season, from May–November, but it especially peaks in the summer when kids are out of school and some people have more work flexibility, as well as in October for fall colors. If you’re visiting Atlanta, note that a few major festivals draw crowds. The Atlanta Jazz Festival, Atlanta Dogwood Festival, and Atlanta Film Festival all happen in the spring.

When is the best time to visit Georgia?

The best time to visit Georgia is on the edge of high season, from March–May and September–December. You’ll get better weather than in the sweltering heat of summer, fewer crowds, and lower prices. That said, if you’re planning on visiting beaches, like those on Tybee Island, you might want to visit from April–June when it’s hot enough, but not too hot, to swim. Summer is the best time to visit Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, when you can hike and float along the river.

How many airports are there in Georgia?

There are eight main airports in Georgia. Most visitors will fly into Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), the largest airport in the US. But plenty of US. cities also offer direct flights to Southwest Georgia Regional Airport (ABY) in Albany, Augusta Regional Airport (AGS), and Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV).

Which city in Georgia is the easiest to get to?

From most of the world, Atlanta is the easiest city in Georgia to get to because it has the largest airport by far. From there, you can take a short flight to a number of other cities in Georgia. However, depending on where you’re flying from and if they offer nonstop flights, cities like Savannah and Augusta can be equally easy to reach.

What are the rules for traveling with pets to Georgia?

If you’re traveling from within the US, you’ll have to follow rules from your airline and the airports you’re departing from or transiting through. Most airlines and airports require pets to remain in carriers, for example. If you’re visiting from outside the US, requirements vary based on the country you’re coming from. There are vaccination requirements, testing, and other specifications depending on the type of animal. The USDA lists regulations based on the type of animal and home country.

How long is the flight to Georgia?

The flight time to Georgia depends on where you’re coming from. From the Northeast, it’s 2–3 hours. From elsewhere in the Southeast, Texas, and Chicago, it’s 1–2 hours. Denver to Atlanta takes about 3 hours, Phoenix to Georgia is about 3.5 hours, and from California it’s 4–5 hours, depending on the departure city.

From Mexico you can reach Georgia in 2.5–5 hours, depending on the departure city. From Toronto it’s just over 2 hours, while from Vancouver it’s 5 hours. From Europe to Georgia the flight time is 9–11 hours. If you’re visiting from South America, the flight time could range from 8–11 hours. From many countries in Africa the flight takes 15–20 hours, depending on the connection. There are nonstop flights from Johannesburg that take 16 hours. And from around Asia, the flight could range from 16–22 hours.

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