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Find Cheap Flights from Cincinnati (CVG) to Phoenix (PHX)

Cincinnati to Phoenix Route Information

Travel Distance:1,567 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Southwest Airlines
Avg. Flight Duration:07.05 Hours

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Airports in Cincinnati

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is a public international airport serving the city of Cincinnati in Ohio, U.S.A. The airport is owned & operated by Kenton County Airport Board. It serves as a hub for Amazon Air & DHL Aviation and a focus city for Allegiant Air, Delta Air Lines, & Frontier Airlines. The airport offers both passenger & cargo services to various domestic & international destinations. This includes the destinations of Atlanta, Chicago, Orlando, Newark, Paris, Toronto, Cancun, Dallas, Miami, Brussels, and more. The airport i swell connected with the city & the nearby regions through various modes of transportations. Some of these include rental cars, van & car services, taxicabs, public transit, ride share, and more.

Explore Phoenix

Phoenix, the state capital of Arizona, is known for its warm, dry climate that attracts huge numbers of sun-lovers during the winter months. The Greater Phoenix Area is a large sprawling city with a mix of modern high-rise buildings, Indian and Spanish colonial influences, and a touch of the Wild West. The city offers abundant art and cultural attractions, historic neighborhoods, museums and a diverse art community. Many people also come to the Phoenix area to enjoy the outdoors. There are numerous golf courses, and three mountains around Phoenix that provide the opportunity for hiking, biking, and climbing.

Things to Do in Phoenix

Heard Museum

The renowned Heard Museum in Phoenix is devoted to the art and culture of the Indian peoples of the Southwest, with displays of basketwork, pottery, jewelry, textiles, and a large collection of kachina dolls. The museum’s exhibit galleries and outdoor courtyards feature traditional and contemporary Native American art. This is a great place to learn about native history and see traditional arts. Outside, visitors

can wander through the outdoor sculpture garden or take a garden tour of the museum.

Heritage Square

Heritage Square, part of Phoenix’s original townsite, is a popular tourist area with eight lovingly restored houses from the city’s early days. These buildings typically date to the late 1800s and early 1900s, and many now house shops and restaurants. The Victorian Eastlake style Rosson House, built in 1895, is the cornerstone of this city block and the main tourist attraction. The Burgess Carriage House, located in the

center of Heritage Square, was built around 1900 and today serves as the Rosson House ticket office and information center. The Arizona Doll and Toy Museum resides in the 1901, Midwestern style, Stevens House. Also, of note in Heritage Square are the Silva House, Bouvier-Teeter House, Stevens-Haustgen House, Thomas House, and the Duplex.

Phoenix Art Museum

The Phoenix Art Museum has a collection covering the art of the European Renaissance and Baroque, the Far East, and the American West. The museum also presents modern and contemporary works, fashion design, live performances, and films.

Best Time to Fly to Phoenix

The best time to visit the city of Phoenix are the months from November to April. The weather during these months remains pleasant and the temperature ranges from 60°-80° F. However, do remember this is also the peak season of the city.