Menu
From
To
Thu 4/9
Thu 4/16
Any month
Compare vs. Cheapflights |
From
To
Depart
Thu 4/9
Time
Anytime
From
To
Depart
Depart
Time
Anytime
From
To
Depart
Depart
Time
Anytime
From
To
Depart
Depart
Time
Anytime
From
To
Depart
Depart
Time
Anytime
From
To
Depart
Depart
Time
Anytime

We work with more than 300 partners to bring you better travel deals

Home Flights North America USA Cheap flights to Idaho, United States

Cheap flights to Idaho

Popular in December High demand for flights, 5% potential price rise
Cheapest in January Best time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop
Average price $372 Average for round-trip flights in April 2020
Round-trip from $158 From New York to Boise

Cheapest Prices for Idaho flights by month

January
$261
February
$256
March
$261
April
$264
May
$301
June
$288
July
$319
August
$262
September
$222
October
$248
November
$237
December
$286
Currently, September is the cheapest month in which you can book a flight to Idaho. Flying to Idaho in July will prove the most costly. There are multiple factors that influence the price of a flight so comparing airlines, departure airports and times can help keep costs down.

When is the best time to fly to Idaho?

Choose a month below to see average flight price and weather conditions.
NYC - BOI
Price
$222 - $404
BOI
Temperature
41 - 93.2 °F
BOI
Rainfall
0.16 - 1.46 inches
The best time to fly to Idaho is during September, but great deals can be found at other times. If weather is an important factor for you when considering when to fly to Idaho, the warmest period tends to be July, with the wettest being January.

When is the best time to book flights to Idaho?

The best time to book flights to Idaho is 37 days before your desired departure date. The cost of your flight will likely increase significantly if you book two weeks in advance of your flight.

Which day is cheapest to fly to Idaho?

The cheapest flights to Idaho are usually found when departing on a Tuesday. The departure day with the highest cost at present is Monday.

What time of day is cheapest to fly?

At the moment, flights in the afternoon are likely to offer the best value for money for your Idaho trip. A flight at noon will more often than not be of higher cost.

Idaho flights are packed with students, parents and business travelers. Known to most people as the potato state, those travelers who book flights to Idaho know there’s more to do in Idaho than mash spuds.

It’s no wonder over 20 million people book flights to Idaho – part of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and the Oregon Trail, Idaho is blessed with beautiful scenery to hike, boat, climb or camp. Home to the Birds of Prey Wildlife Area – the world’s largest population of eagles, hawks, and falcons – and four ghost towns (Silver City, Yankee Fork, Gold Dredge, and the Sierra Silver Mine) you won’t go bored in Idaho. For the adventure traveler booking flights to Idaho, climb Seven Devils’ Peaks, one of the highest mountain ranges in Idaho. In the peak is Heaven’s Gate Lookout, where sightseers can see four other states.

But make sure you obey the laws while traveling the Spud State. According to Idaho law, it’s illegal for a citizen to give another citizen a box of candy that weighs more than 50 pounds, so watch what you pack on your flight to Idaho.

Popular Destinations in Idaho

 

Back to top

What is the climate like in Idaho?

Idaho’s climate varies depending on the region. In the northern region of the state, the winter has increased clouds, humidity, and precipitation. In the southeastern part of the state, the summers are wetter and drier. Summers in Idaho can be hot, so travelers booking flights to Idaho during the summer months should prepare accordingly, especially if travels head to the mountains. Winters can be cold.

Back to top

When is the best time to fly to Idaho?

Idaho has four distinct seasons, but its geography means that the length of the seasons varies across the state. Boise has an early spring and late winter. The winter temperatures are usually in the 20s (F) and 30s, going to the upper 70s in summer. April and May have some flooding from the melting snow, but reservoirs and other flood control measures minimize the potential damage.

Peak Season

Summer, from Memorial Day until mid-September, has the most crowds and usually when Idaho flights and lodging are at their highest rates.

The ski season also means peak-season rates and conditions. The ski runs are open by late November and the season lasts until March or early April.

Off Season

The best off-season time is mid-September through October. The weather usually stays warm, the aspens turn to gold, and some services are still open. Spring is also a good time to visit.

Fall and spring also offer some off-season golf fees in Sun Valley.

Find cheap flights to Idaho

Back to top

What is the best way to travel around Idaho?

With more than 80 mountains and a rugged, remote, and sometimes desolate landscape, traveling around Idaho requires a car, RV or camper. A destination for outdoor enthusiasts, the scale of Idaho’s untamed wilderness and scenery rivals only Alaska.

The main airport is Boise with links to Hailey, Lewiston, McCall and Salmon.

Boise is the largest, and some say the only, urban center in Idaho. The capital city’s Boise Urban Stages offers extensive bus lines for getting around the city. Ketchum has a weekday bus service between Ketchum and Sun Valley.

 

Back to top

What is good to know if travelling to Idaho?

  • There are many hot springs throughout Idaho, but the most famous are the pools at Lava Hot Springs in the southeastern corner of the state. The waters here are thought to have been 110 degrees for the past 50 million years. The springs are a popular holiday spot – as well as the hot pools there is an Olympic-sized swimming pool, massage or tube rides on the Portneuf River.
  • Idaho has some stunning scenery and vistas – desert plains in the South, mountain ranges and lava rocks in the East and gorges and thick forests in the North.
  • Labor weekend sees the Wagon Days festival in Ketchum: a celebration of the city’s mining heritage. The festival sees four days of celebrations hit the sleepy town, including a shoot-out, a fiddler’s contest, a rodeo and the Big Hitch Parade.
  • Boise is known as the City of Trees and the capital is surrounded by green land. Golf is very popular round the city: more than 20 golf courses are within a short drive.
  • If you want to take a drive to see some of the fabulous outdoors, head for the Bone Road. This “road” is little more than a track, covered in potholes, but its 60-mile span affords views of some of the best Idaho landscapes and you’re almost guaranteed to spot some wildlife like moose or deer.
  • Silver City, just outside Boise, is known locally as the “ghost town”. The town was once the site of a silver mine for the War Eagle Mountain. Today, its old houses and saloons are popular with photography workshops.
  • For more happenings in Idaho, visit www.visitidaho.org

Back to top

Find flights to Idaho

Select your preferred destinations from the list below
Select your preferred route from the list below
Show more
Home Flights North America USA Cheap flights to Idaho, United States