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Ranking the Least & Most Expensive US Airports to Fly Out Of ✈️ 🇺🇸

Have you ever wondered which are the most budget-friendly airports for domestic flights in the US? Well, Financebuzz analyzed some of the busiest airports in the country for a ranking of the least and most expensive ones.

Published by
Eduardo Vega·6/28/2023
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The average airfare cost has been going up steadily since 2014, with an increase of 14.1% from 2021 to 2022 alone.

Financebuzz compared 45 of the busiest airports across the US and compared average prices for domestic flights, and some of the results might surprise you.

The Least Expensive Airports

  1. Harry Reid International Airport (LAS). Average airfare cost: $264.24

  2. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL). Average airfare cost $271.78

  3. Orlando International Airport (MCO). Average airfare cost $273.35

  4. Oakland International Airport (OAK). Average airfare cost $288.23

  5. Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW). Average airfare cost $303.05

The Most Expensive Airports

  1. Dulles International Airport (IAD). Average airfare cost $494.78

  2. San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Average airfare cost $456.86

  3. Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT). Average airfare cost $444.42

  4. Portland International Airport (PDX) is tied with Detroit Metro Airport (DTW). Average airfare cost $425.35

For the full list and more info, you can check Financebuzz.