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Book Cheap Flights to Connecticut, United States

Fly to the Nutmeg State!

Top 5 Hacks to Enjoy Great Savings on Flights to Connecticut

Flexible Flight Dates: Flight tickets tend to be more expensive during holidays and weekends. To ensure you get cheap Connecticut flights, be flexible with your flight dates.

Try Loyalty Programs: You can get your plane tickets to Connecticut for the low price by signing up for the loyalty programs. Score points with every flight you book and redeem these points to save on flights.

Connecting Flights: You may opt for connecting flights to save on plane tickets. Direct flights are almost always more expensive, you may search for a convenient stopover. This way you get to explore two destinations at the price of one.

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Discover Connecticut

The southernmost state in the New England region of the United States, Connecticut is often clubbed along with the New York and New Jersey as the Tri-State Area. Connecticut is flanked by Massachusetts to the north, Rhode Island to the east, Long Island Sound to the south, and New York to the west. Connecticut was settled by Dutch. It’s the third smallest state by the area. While here, tourists can go zip-lining, sailing, golfing, fishing, and dining in an elegant restaurant, all in a day. Connecticut is covered by ancient oaks and fragrant maples. Few of the popular attractions in Connecticut include - Mystic Seaport, Gillette Castle State Park, Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center, Lake Compounce: Family Theme Park, New England Air Museum, Weir Farm National Historic Site, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, and Roseland Cottage.

Popular Destinations in Connecticut

  • Hartford
  • New Haven
  • Bridgeport

Popular Airports in Connecticut

  • Bradley International Airport, BDL

Popular Festivals in Connecticut

Connecticut celebrates many festivals and events throughout the year. Some of the major events held in Connecticut are Connecticut Flower & Garden Show (February), St. Patrick's Day Parade (March), Sea Music Festival (June), Connecticut Trails Day (June), International Festival of Arts and Ideas (June), Riverfest 4th July Celebration (July), Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz (July), Dragon Boat and Asian Festival (August), By Land and By Sea: Antique Vehicle Show (September), Durham Fair (September), and Parade Spectacular (November).

Best Time to Visit Connecticut

The best time to take flights to Connecticut is from May to October when the weather is pleasant. May, June, and August are the busiest months for travel in the state, hence, it is advised to book airline tickets to Connecticut in advance to avoid paying more at the last minute.

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