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The top flight destination for Connecticut is Hartford

Arriving in Connecticut

Connecticut flights will land you at the Bradley International Airport. Located in the heart of New England, Bradley is perfectly placed with many accommodations and attractions located close by. When your cheap flight to Connecticut reaches the terminal, you can step off the plane to find that Bradley is easily navigated and hassle-free.

Getting Around in Connecticut

Upon picking up your baggage from your Connecticut flight, there's various choices of ground transportation to choose from. Whether you need a taxi, limo, bus or car, Bradley International will make sure that you get to where you want to go. When visiting Connecticut, it is important to note that there are five distinct regions: Coastal Fairfield, Greater New Haven, Litchfield Hills, Mystic Country and the River Valley.

Main Attractions in Connecticut

Your airfare to Connecticut will bring you into the River Valley region. Here there are a number of things to visit such as the Connecticut Science Center, many historic homes, and the Victorian-inspired State Capital. For scenic coastline and historic lighthouses, head east to Mystic Country. There you will also find glamorous casinos like the MGM Grand to spend some of the money you saved from your cheap flight to Connecticut.

From the East Coast, head southwest to Greater New Haven and visit Yale University's History Museum.Go back in time and take a tour of the Amistad, the Freedom Schooner. Further southwest is the town of Norwalk located in the Coastal Fairfield region where you can visit the Maritime Aquarium.

Head north and you will enter Litchfield Hills, home of serenity and tranquility. Among the rolling hills you will find archeological sites and museums like the Mattatuck to stroll through and enjoy fine works of art.

Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife in Connecticut

All over the “Constitution State” there are many places to shop. From OldeMistick Village to Danbury Fair, one of the largest malls in Connecticut, there are numerous places to shop for clothes, antiques, and souvenirs. In many of the shopping complexes there are a wide variety of cafes, eateries, and restaurants to dine at.

Flights to Connecticut will definitely ensure that fresh seafood will be on most menus across the state. Whether its lobster, crab, or shrimp, Connecticut serves up the best. Sit down over at Eli's on Whitney for a great lobster bisque, or try some comfort food with a touch of refinement at Backstage. From Mystic Country to Litchfield Hills, there is every kind of food from American hamburgers to Japanese sushi to taste in Connecticut.

When the street lights come on in the streets of Connecticut, you will find that this quaint state comes alive with music and laughter. Hit the jackpot at Mohegan Sun Casino that features three Las Vegas-style night clubs and 300,000 square feet of gaming space. Also, stop by one of the oldest entertainment venues, Infinity Hall, for a concert. Cheap flights to Connecticut leave every day, so come visit all this charming, mystical state has to offer.

Flight stats for Connecticut - did you know?
  • There are 12 airports in Connecticut and the 2 biggest are
  • Bradley Intl Airport (Hartford, CT)
    • Right now, 32 airlines operate out of Bradley Intl Airport.
    • Bradley Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 32 cities.
    • Every week, at least 1,939 domestic flights and 133 international flights depart from Bradley Intl Airport.
  • New Haven Airport (New Haven, CT)
    • Every week, at least 21 domestic flights and 0 international flights depart from New Haven Airport.