|Popular in||March||High demand for flights, 28% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||September||Best time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop|
|Average price||$63||Average for round-trip flights in September 2020|
|Round-trip from||$59||From Las Vegas to Phoenix|
|One-way from||$49||One-way flight from Las Vegas to Phoenix|
LAS - PHX
$203 - $360
68 - 107.6 °F
0.04 - 1.14 inches
Gilbert, Arizona, is a suburb of Phoenix. Like most smaller cities and towns in the region, Gilbert is served by Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, which is located 20 miles away.
The nearby Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport also serves the city, located just 12 miles from Gilbert. This once-military airport now is the hub for Allegiant Air. Phoenix-Mesa is served largely by regional airports throughout the upper and central Midwest, Southwest and at select airports in Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nevada, and Texas.
The only major cities offering flights into Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport are Las Vegas and Chicago offered exclusively by Allegiant. Las Vegas flight times take just over an hour; Chicago/Rockford flights to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway take around 3h 34m.
For those traveling from the coasts or outside the Continental US, Phoenix Sky Harbor International airport is readily accessible via most major international airports. Flights into Phoenix Sky Harbor vary by the destination city, but it’s easy to find daily flights from Los Angeles, Chicago/O’Hare, New York, Denver, Miami, Washington, D.C., Boston and more.
Flights into Phoenix Sky Harbor range from 90 minutes out of Los Angeles and 5h 36m from New York to six hours and more from Honolulu.
Direct flights to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport vary daily; non-stop service to the airport can be found in over 30 different cities via Allegiant Airlines.
Direct flights into Phoenix-Sky Harbor can be found from many departure cities, including Los Angeles, San Diego, Chicago, New York, Boston, Washington, D.C., Miami, Seattle and more.
Both airports are almost equidistant to Gilbert, so getting to and from is pretty easy. It takes about 25 minutes to get from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway to Gilbert; it takes just slightly longer to get from Phoenix Sky Harbor, averaging around 34 minutes.
The best option for travel from either airport is by car; taxis are plentiful at both airports. Rideshare apps like Uber and Lyft are very popular ways to get to and from. Several hotels in Gilbert also offer free shuttle service to and from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway.
Travelers into Phoenix Sky Harbor can access multiple car rental services, as well as access public transportation. The airport features multiple car rental companies, located in their own respective buildings adjacent to the airport; each company offers shuttle services, for added convenience.
With over 300 days of sunshine per year, Gilbert is a fantastic, family-friendly place to visit. It’s recently enjoyed a major resurgence, honored as “Phoenix’s Coolest Suburb” and a “Top 5 Foodie Neighborhood in Metro Phoenix”.
The up-and-coming city balances its rich Southwestern heritage with contemporary food trends and fantastic shopping. Gilbert features fantastic food, craft breweries, local wineries, and shops. Its downtown Heritage District is packed with historic buildings and exciting nightlife.
The city is also home to multiple cultural centers, including the 35,000 square foot Highly Center for the Performing Arts and the Hale Centre Theatre. Gilbert hosts outdoor concerts every spring and fall, as well as annual art and music festival in the Heritage District.
Gilbert features a wealth of outdoor activities, including nature trails, public parks, six major golf courses and more.
Passports are not necessary for any flights within the United States. U.S. citizens only need a photo ID, typically a state-issued driver’s license, to board commercial flights. For international travelers, passports are necessary; some countries may also require visas.