Airport Guidance

Where Are You Flying From?

In addition to length of trip and when you’re traveling, one of the largest factors is what flights exist on your dates from your airport.

  • If you’re flying from a major airport, you don’t need to increase your budget to compensate for this

  • If you’re flying from a mid-size airport, we recommend going up at least one tier

  • If you’re flying from a small airport, we recommend increasing even more or providing a range of dates

Also, please note, small & mid-size airports are more likely to have a layover to your final destination.

 Small Airports

Asheville, NC (AVL)
Lubbock, TX (LBB)
Santa Fe, NM (SAF)
Savannah, GA (SAV)
Sioux Falls, SD (FSD)
Key West, FL (EYW)
Norfolk, VA (ORF)

Mid-Size Airports

Austin, TX (AUS)
Nashville, TN (BNA)
St. Louis, MO (STL)
Columbus, OH (CMH)
Pittsburgh, PA (PIT)
Denver, CO (DEN)
New Orleans, LA (MSY)

Large Airports

New York, NY (JFK)
Los Angeles, CA (LAX)
Atlanta, GA (ATL)
Chicago, IL (ORD)
Washington, DC (IAD)
Miami, FL (MIA)
Seattle, WA (SEA)

We didn’t list every airport here - mainly because who has the time and really, you’re smart, you get it. This is just to give a general sense of guidance. If you’re in a smaller town, an increased budget will allow for more destination options.

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