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Phoenix to Detroit Route Information

Travel Distance:1,668 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:American Airlines, Frontier Airlines
Weekly Flights:103
Avg. Flight Duration:3.50 Hours

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Airports in Phoenix

The city of Phoenix is served by 4 airports - Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix Deer Valley Airport, Phoenix Goodyear Airport, and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. Both Phoenix Deer Valley Airport and Phoenix Goodyear Airport are general aviation reliever airports for Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport provides commercial flights around the United States. The Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the primary airport serving the city. It is situated in the Maricopa County, approximately 5 kilometers away from the Downtown Phoenix. It provides passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations such as San Jose, Calgary, Vancouver, Cancun, Edmonton, Puerto Vallarta, Atlanta, Denver, San Diego, Las Vegas, and more.

All the airports are connected to the city via rental cars, taxis, shuttles, PHX Sky Train, bicycles, and other public transportation.

Explore Detroit

Detroit is a modern metropolis in the US state of Michigan. It is the largest city on the US-Canada border. on the northwest bank of the Detroit River and on the Lake St. Clair, Between Lakes Erie and Huron. The busiest inland port in America, Detroit and has long been popular as the "metropolis of the automobile". Detroit has so much in its kitty to treat visitors including interesting museums, scenic water views, fun outdoor activities and excellent restaurants. The city is also known for its artists and entrepreneur that are determined to turn the uninhibited buildings into museums, cafes, and several other exiting venues.

Things to do in Detroit

Motown Museum

Motown Museum is in the building where records of the "Motown sound" were produced. Guests can see the actual recording studio where Marvin Gaye and other produced a number of hit melodies. Motown Museum archives the history of the recording studio and its founder.

Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History

Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History puts forth the historical role of blacks in the country and their situation in the city. The displays in this museum deal with an assortment of topics, such as the "underground railway" that aided slaves to flee into Canada.

Comerica Park

Comerica Park, popular as the home of the Detroit Tigers baseball team, is a mixture of ballpark, baseball museum, and a theme park. Some of the main points of attractions are carousel, a Ferris wheel, a museum of baseball history, and a massive waterfall highlighted in center field.

Best Time to Fly to Detroit

Weather-wise, the best time to visit Detroit is the spring and autumn season i.e. from April to May and October to November. These seasons bring in pleasant average weather.

Detroit Travelers' Reviews

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